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INDEX of PATENTS 

ISSUED FROM 

THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1938 







INDEX OF PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1938 





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GOVKIINMKNT PHINTINO OKI'ICK 

\VASIIlN(;r()N : 1939 



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CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Decisions Printed in the Official Gazette in 1938 3 

List of Plant Patentees 5 

List of Patentees 6 

List op Design Patentees -. 701 

List op Disclaimers 766 

List of Plant Inventions 770 

List op Inventions 771 

List op Design Inventions 1076 

List of Disclaimers Arranged by Inventions 1102 



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DECISIONS PRINTED IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE IN 1938 



Ackerman v. Light. 496 O. G. 575. 

Adams and Enms v. Stuller. 493 O. G. 6. 

Adamson. In re. 487 O. G. 3. 

Adrian. In re. 492 O. G. 695. 

Arness. In re. 495 O. G. 5. 

Barge. In re. 496 O. G. 270. 

Beatty. In re. 494 O. G. 247. 

Becket v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 495 O. G. 215. 

Bencker. In re. 496 O. G. 282. 

Borchardt v. Bukolt. 493 O. G. 4. 

Brand v. Tliomas. 496 O. G. 561. 

Breer. In re. 493 O. G. 451. 

Briant. In re. 497 O. G. 12. 

Bryson v. Clarke. 490 O. G. 5. 

Burgess. In re. 493 O. G. 950. 

Burke, Allen, Peet, Ritchie, and Gale. In re. 490 O. G. 

486. 
Calvert. In re. 497 0. G. 275. 
Cassidy. In re. 497 O. G. 286. 
Chamberlin. In re. 492 O. G. 6. 
Clark. In re. 497 O. G. 549. 
Clarkson. In re. 494 O. G. 720. 
Connell. In re. 490 O. G. 250. 

Conover v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 493 O. G. 945. 
Conover v. Koch. 490 O. G. 970. 
Cottrell V. Shafer. 496 O. G. 864. 
Crabbs. In re. 496 O. G. 564. 

Cramer v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 489 O. G. 455. 
Creed and Salmon v. Potts. Salmon v. Potts. Bancroft 

V. Potts. Griffith v. Potts. 496 O. G. 9. 
Creveling. Ex parte. 496 O. G. 1105. 
Crown Cork & Seal Company Inc., v. Ferdinand Giitmann 

Co. Inc. 493 O. G. 701. 
Deakins. In re. 496 O. G. 568. 
Deems. In re. 489 O. G. 4. 
Didusch. In re. 494 O. G. 5. 
Dirkes and Roberts v. Eitzen. Dirkes and Roberts v. 

Decker. 496 O. G. 866. 
Eksergian. In re. 488 O. G. 439. 
Electrons, Inc., Ericha Meyer, executrix of estate of 

Friedrich Meyer, deceased. Spanner and Germer v. Coe, 

Commissioner of Patents. 496 O. G. 3. 
Ellis V. Maddox. 495 O. G. 483. 
Ellis and Schlafge. In re. 490 O. G. 731. 
Eppinger. In re. 492 O. G. 250. 
Fausek and Fausek v. Vincent. 488 O. G. 3. 
Feldmeier and Astle v. Mojonnier. Feldnieier and Astle 

V. Cornell, Jr. 496 O. G. 852. 
Pessenden v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 495 O. G. 

707. 
Elides V. Williamson. 487 O. G. 191. 
Fischer. In re. 497 O. G. 559. 
General Electric Co. v. Wabash Appliance Corp. et al. 

491 O. G. 403. 
General Talking Pictures Corporation v. Western Electric 

Company. Inc., Electrical Research Products ct al. 

493 O. G. 705 ; 497 O. G. 703. 
Oinsburg. In re. 496 O. G. 577. 
Goodale v. Lund. 496 O. G. 566. 
Green. In re. 496 O, G. 1106. 
Hall. In re. 493 O. G. 3. 
Hartley v. .Joyce. 496 O. G. 284. 
Hastings, Milo and .James Manufacturing Company v. 

Coe, Commissioner of Paf(mts. 494 O. G. 717. 
Haugh V. Stolp and Wagner. 496 O. G, 570. 
Hegnn. In re. 497 O. G. 558. 
Hodgson. In re. 495 O. G. 712. 
Hofmiinn. Tn re. 494 O. G. 471. 
Howard v. JIuniphrevs. 497 O. G. 776. 
Ho/a V. Colbv. 497 O. G. 7. 
Hurd V. Sinilh. 490 O. G. .571. 
Ireland v. Smith. 497 O. G. 15. 
Johnson and Corkill. In re. 493 O. O. 454. 
Kaasa v. Mckh'r. 497 O. G. 281. 
KarpluH. In re. 496 O. G. 1113. 
KaHarJian v. Paulson. 497 O. (',. 779. 
Kaull'iiiiin 11 V. I'^llen uiul Jloke. lOlleii v. KaulTiiiaii II 

and Hoke. 49(1 O. G. 858. 
Kellev, (ieorge S.. and ICadco (Corporation v. Coe, Com- 
mission. 'r of I'alents. 497 O. G. 2(19. 
KIndeliiiiinii, I'carliniin and Ostraiider v. Morsbnch and 

IfiiHchki'. 497 O. a. r,(\}. 
Kliiler. In re 488 O. (!. 213. 
ICoch V. GrflbMch. 496 O. G. 862. 
KollKMiail 1). llrfer. 496 O. G. 5. 
Kothny. In ic 496 (». (!. 277. 
KreliH and Sell.T v. Mcllchiirel;. 197 O. O. 774. 
Kreldel v. Parker. 496 O. G. lll.'i. 
Krupp NIrosta (!oin|)iiny, Inc., and Benno StnuiSH t'. 

Coe, CoiiiiiilHHioner of Patents. 488 (>. 0. 883. 
KuhrlH, Jr. In re. 49(1 O. G. 2K3. 



Landsem, Peter T. Ex parte. 491, O. G. 716. 

Lang and Ilawke, In re. 497 O. G. 551. 

Latz et al. v. Reliance Graphic Corporation et al. 497 
O. G. 780. 

Leitch Manufacturing Company, Inc., v. The Barber Com- 
pany, Inc. 488 O. G. 657. 

Lewis. In re. 497 O. G. 18. 

Lincoln Engineering Company of Illinois v. Stewart- 
Warner Corporation. 490 O. G. 3. 

Lowry. In re. 490 O. G. 967. 

Luton V. Pullar. 491 O. G. 3. 

Mason, deceased. In re. (Swift & Company Fertilizer 
Works, a corporation of Delaware, assignee.) 491 
O. G. 236. 

Mathieson Alkali Works, Inc., The. v. Coe, Commissioner 
of Patents. 497 O. G. 768. 

McCormick and Schwartz v. Plumstead. 493 O. G. 202. 

McKee. In re. 494 O. G. 719 ; 495 O. G. 711 : 496 O. G. 
563. 

McKee et al. In re. 496 O. G. 574. 

Merz. In re. 497 O. G. 547. 

Meyer. In re. 497 O. G. 285. 

Miller v. Pierce. 497 O. G. 3. 

Mills V. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 497 O. G. 771. 

Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company v. Coe, 
Commissioner of Patents. 493 O. G. 946 ; 497 O. G. 
765 : 497 O. G. 766. 

Mitchell and Lannerd v. White. 490 O. G. 485. 

Moeller v. Six. 496 O. G. 279. 

Monson. In re. 496 O. G. 851. 

Mooney. In re. 497 O. G. 283. 

Murphy, Dean, and Chadeloid Chemical Co. v. Coe, Com- 
missioner of Patents. 497 O. G. 545. 

Murray, Jr. In re. 495 O. G. 218. 

Nelson. In re. 497 O. G. 277. 

Nelson v. Lenning. 496 O. G. 272. 

Nelson and Nesselmann v. Campbell. 489 O. G. 675. 

Newton and Grettie. In re. 496 O. G. 14. 

Noxon V. Potts. Franklin v. Potts. 492 O. G. 697. 

ONeill. In re. 496 O. G. 269. 

Osterman v. Salb. 495 O. G. 486. 

Overbury. In re. 495 O. G. 220. 

Papenfus. In re. 493 O. G. 452. 

Parker, Olley, Burton, and Stahlhuth. Ex parte. 486 
O. G. 233. 

Pel/.er. In re. 487 O. G. 669. 

Pelzer v. Weaver. 497 O. G. 9. 

Petersen. In re. 494 O. G. 474. 

Pew V. Gard and Aldridge and Seguy. 497 O. G. 553. 

Pick, Eric and The Permutit Company v. Coe, Commis- 
sioner of Patents. 494 O. G. 718. 

Powell and Davies. Ex parte. 489 O. G. 231. 

Pre.ston and Preston v. White. 486 O. G. 3 ; 496 O. G. 
1108. 

Prinzler. In re. 497 O. G. 13. 

Raytheon Manufacturing Company and Smith v. Coe, 
Commissioner of Patents. 491 O. G. 233. 

Reinders. In re. 497 O. G. 556. 

Ringel. In re. 492 O. G. 479. 

Rit/.erfeld v. Kluitiimnn. 492 O. G. 251. 

S.Tlsbury. Ex parte Esley Foster. 491 O. G. 714. 

Sampsel. In re. 495 O. G. 3. 

Schmidt. In re. 490 O. G. 1120. 

Shannon. In re. 490 O. G. 251. 

Soil. In re. 497 O. G. 546. 

Spanner and Docriiig. Ex parte. 490 O. G. 249. 

Spit'/.glass and Ilandwerl;. In re. 496 O. O. 8.")6. 

Stecnstiup v. Heath. 494 O. G. 472. 

Swingle and Chase. In re. 488 O. (!. 440. 

Taylor and I.ounshury. In re. 486 O. (5. 677. 

Tcnney v. Nordmeyer ot al. 491 O. G. 466. 

Textile MMchiiie Works v. Louis Ilirsch Textile Machines, 
Inc. 487 O. a. 431. 

United Slates, The, v. Robert Esnault-Pelterle. 480 
O. G. 453. 

II. .S. ex. rel. White v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 
489 O. G. 3. 

Tlrfer. In r(>. 494 O. G. 7. 

Hrfer v. Kollsinan. 497 O. G. 5. 

V.iii llulsl V. Siilliviin. 4,S9 (). (!. 678. 

Velter. In re. 496 (). C. Ill I. 

Wailman. In re. 492 O. G. 482. 

Wadsworth v. BI.miiI;. 490 O. <!. 730. 

WiittM i>. Praeger. I'raeger r. Watts. 492 O. O. 3. 

Wettlaufer and The .\. S. TyliT ('oinniiiiy c. UolibhiN and 
lidlillis Conveviiig l!i-lt ('ompMiiy. -iSii (). G. Illl, 

White. In re. 496 (>, <J. 2.SI. 

W liltehead v. niiimond. •197 G. G. 772. 

WliltehoUNe v. Siiurer. 494 <). (i. 3. 

Wvlatid V. Simons. 491 O. (;, 234. 

Zel.nlio. In re. 493 (). O. 201. 



LIST OF PLANT PA TENTEES F OR THE YEAR 1938 

NOTE. — Arranged In accordance witli the first significant character or word o£ tbe name (in accordance with city and 

telephone directory practice). 



Disclaimers follow in separate indexes, but precede the List of I'lant Imcntions 



Aicardi, Domenico, San Remo, Italy, assignor to Jackson & 

Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose. 304 ; Nov. 8. 
Baur, Adolphe F. J., assignor to Baur-Steinkamp and 

Company, Incorporated, Indianapolis, Ind. Carnation. 

273; Apr. 19. 
Baur, Adolphe F. J., assignor to Baur-Steinkamp and 

Company, Incorporated, Indianapolis, Ind. Carnation. 

274 ; Apr. 19. 
Baur-Steinkamp and Company. (See Baur, Adolph F. J., 

assignor. ) 
Brooklns, Harold B., assignor to Jerry Brookins, Inc., 

~ ■ ■" Rose. 272; Apr. 12. 

(See Brookins, Harold B., as- 



W., executrix. (See Burbank, 



Orchard Park, N. Y. 

Brookins, Jerry, Inc. 
signor.) 

Burbank, Elizabeth 
Luther.) 

Burbank, Luther, deceased, by E. W. Burbank, executrix, 
Santa Rosa, Calif., assignor to Stark Bro's Nurseries 
& Orchards Company, Louisiana, Mo. Rose. 266 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Burbank, Luther, deceased, by B. W. Burbank, executrix, 
Santa Rosa, Calif., assignor to Stark Bro's. Nurseries 
& Orchards Company, Louisiana, Mo. Rose. 267 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Burbanic, Luther, deceased, by E. W. Burbank, Santa 
Rosa, Calif., executrix, assignor to Stark Bro's Nurs- 
eries & Orchards Company, Louisiana, Mo. Rose. 
269 ; Feb. 1. 

Bi:rbank, Luther, deceased, by E. W. Burbank, executrix, 
Santa Rosa, Calif., assignor to Stark Bro's Nurseries 
& Orchards Company, Louisiana, Mo. Peach tree. 
290; Sept. 6. 

Burbank, Luther, deceased, by E. W. Burbank, executrix, 
Santa Rosa, Calif., assignor to Stark Bro's Nurseries 
& Orchards Company, Louisiana, Mo. Peach tree. 
291; Sept. 6. 

Byrum, Roy L., assignor to Jos. H. Hill Company, Rich- 
mond, Ind. Rose. 305 ; Nov. 29. 

Conard-Pyle Company, Tho. (See Meilland, Francis, a.s- 
signor.) 

Conard-Pyle Company, The. (See Tantau, Mathias, as- 
signor.) 

De Ruyter, Gerrlt, Hazerswondo, Nellii'rlands, assignor to 
Jackson & Perkins Compiiny, Newark, N. Y. Rose. 
270; Feb. 1. 

Dranim, Eugene R., assignor to Dramm Greenhouse, Inc., 
Elrahurst, 111. Rose. 301 : Nov. 1. 

Dranim Greenhouse, Inc. (See Dramm, Eugene R., as- 
signor.) 

Englc, Russell, assignor 1o T. Knipe, Kokouio, Ind. 
Carnation. 27.''» ; Apr. .10. 

Kalr, Robert VV., Tyler, Tex. Peach tree. 283; Aug. 23. 

(Jaujnrd, Jcnii, Feyzln, France, assignor to Jackson & 
I'erkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose plant. 284 ; 
Aug. 23. 

Graham, Thomas 10., Kent County, assignor to (Jreening 
Nursery Company, Monroe, Mich. Apple tree. 278 ; 
May 17. 

Graham, Thomas B., Kent County, assignor to Greening 
Nursery Company, Monroe, Mich. Apple tree. 
293 ; Oct. 4. 

Greening Nursery (.'onipiiiiy. (See (Jniliiun, Tlminas 10.. 
iisRignor.) 



Rose. 287 ; Aug. 30. 
Rose. 288 ; Aug. 30. 
Rose. 296 : Oct. 25. 
Rose. 297 ; Oct. 25. 

298 ; C "■ 

299 • C 
Rose. 268 ; 

(See Aicardi, Domenico, 

(See De Ruyter, Q«rrlt, 

(See Gaujard, Jean, as- 

(See Nicolas, Jean H., 



Harpole, Marsh, Mount Vernon, 111., assignor to Stark 

Bro's Nurseries and Orchards Company, Louisiana, 

Mo. Peach tree. 271 ; Feb. 15. 
Hill, Jos H., Company. (See Byrum, Roy L., assignor.) 
Hoffmann, Harry, Jacksonville, 111. Rose. 286 ; Aug. 30. 
Horvath, Michael H., Mentor, Ohio. Rose. 287 ; Aug. 30. 
Horvath, Michael H., Mentor, Ohio. Rose. 288 ; Aug. 30. 
Horvath, Michael H., Mentor, Ohio. Rose. 296 : Oct. 25. 
Horvath, Michael H., Mentor, Ohio. Rose. 297 ; Oct. 25. 
Horvath, Michael H., Mentor, Ohio. Rose. 298 ; Oct. 25. 
Horvath, Michael H., Mentor, Ohio. Rose. 299 ; Oct. 25. 
Howard, Frederick H., Montebello, Calif. 

Jan. 18. 
Jackson & Perkins Company. 

assignor.) 
Jackson & Perkins Company. 

assignor.) 
Jackson & Perkins Company. 

signor.) 
Jackson & Perkins Company. 

assignor.) 
Kluis, John H., Boskoop, Netherlands, assignor to J. S. 

Merritt, Dundalk, Md. Hydrangea. 276 ; Apr. 19. 
Knipe, Tom. (See Engle, Russell, assignor.) 
Lotlirop, Chester H., Lexington, Mass. Snapdragon. 

302 ; Nov. 1. 

Malllochon, L«on, and E. Marlaud, Argenton-sur-Creuse 
(Indre), France, assignors to Stark Bro's. Nurserlei 
& Orchards Company, Louisiana, Mo. Peach tree. 
306 ; Nov. 29. 

Marlaud, Ernest. (See Malllochon, L., and Marlaud.) 

Meadowcroft, James N., assignor to J. H. Thompson's 
Sons, Kennett Square, Pa. Rose plant. 289 ; Aug. 30. 

-Meilland, Francis, Tassin-les-Lyon, France, assignor to 
The Conard-I'yie Company, West Grove, Pa. Rose. 

303 ; Nov. 8. 

Merritt, Joseph S. (See Kluis, John H., assignor.) 

.Micliler Florist, Inc. (See Michler, Louis A., assignor.) 

.Michler, Louis A., Lexington, Ky., assignor to Aflchler 
Florist, Inc. Snapdragon. 281 ; June 21. 

Xicolas, Jean H., assignor to Jackson & Perkins Company, 
Newark, N. Y. Rose. 279 ; May 17. 

Nicolas, Jean H., assignor to Jackson & Perkins Company, 
Newark, N. Y. Rose. 285 ; Aug. 23. 

Randig, Martin B., San Bernardino, Calif. Water Uly. 
294: Oct. 11. 

Ringdahl, Ivar, Rome, N. Y. Rose. 295; Oct. 18. 

Salbach, Carl, assignor to E. S. Salback, Contra ("osta 
County, Calif. GladloluH. 280; June 21. 

Salbach, Ella L. fSee Salbach, Carl, assignor.) 

Stark Bro's Nurseries & Orchards Company. (See Bur- 
bank, Luther, assignor.) 

Stark Bro's Nurserlos and Orchards Company. (Se« 
Harpole. Alarsh, assignors.) 

Stark Bro's, Nurseries & Orchards Company. (See Mall- 
lochon, L., and Marlaud, assignors.) 

Stlelow, Fred C, Nllcs Center, 111. White rose. 277; 
Apr. 26. 

Stlelow, Fred C, Niles Center, 111. Rose. 292 ; Sept. L'O. 

Tantau, Mathias, Utersen, Germany, assignor to The 
Conard-Pyle Company, West Grove, Pa. Rose plant. 
300; Nov. 1. 

Thompson's, J. IT. Sons. (See Meadowcroft, James N., 
assignor.) 

TowlU, Edward, Roslyn. Pn. Rose. 282; Aug. HV 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



A. & F. Products. (See Krahenbuhl. Friodrich. assignor.) 

A. & M. Karagheusian, Inc. (See Baynton, H. H., and 
Foster, assignors.) 

A-W Heating Specialties Corporation. (See Wallerstein, 
Abraliam, assignor.) 

A and Z Chain Company. (See Dale, John, assignor.) 

A and Z Chain Company. (See Johnson, Sylvester A., 
assignor.) 

Aab, William, New Ulm, Minn. Valve refacing tool. 
2,106,201 ; Jan. 25. 

Aalborg, Christian. (See Conrad, F., Aalborg, and 
French.) 

Aalborg, Christian, Springfield, Mass., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Snap switch. 2,134,541 ; Oct. 25. 

Aanenid, Louis, assignor to F. H. Noble & Co., Chicago, 
111. Display stand. 2.139,fi4n : Dec. 13. 

Aaronson, Bess, et al. (See Pilblad, Eric J., assignor.) 

Aarsonson, Bess, et al. (See Strange, Charles C, as- 
signor.) 

Abbe, Paul O., Bloomfield, assignor to Paul O. Abbe Inc., 
Little FaUs, N. J. Ball and pebble mill. 2,122,399 ; 
July 5. 

AbbC Paul 0.. Inc. (See Abb6, Paul O., assignor.) 

Abbot. Charles 6., Washington, D. C. Solar heater. 
2,133,649; Oct. 18. 

.\bbot, Charles G., Washington. D. C. Solar distilling 
apparatus. 2,141,330; Dec. 27. 

Abbott, Adrian O., Jr., Argentine Township, Genessee 
County, G. K. McNeill, Detroit, Mich., E. Hazell, New 
York, N. Y., and W. A. Gibbons, Montclair, N. J., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to United States Rubber 
Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for manufac- 
turing latex tubes. 2,112,513 ; Mar. 29. 

Abbott, Albert I. (See Miller, W. C, and Abbott.) 

Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric heater. 2,112,729 ; Mar. 
29. 

.\bbott, Charles C, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Terminal structure. 2,131,577 ; 
Sept. 27. 

Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric heater. 2,133,838 ; Oct. 18. 

Abbott, Charles W. (See Bennett, Ross G., assignor.) 

Abbott. Charles W., Larchmont, N. Y. Electrical con- 
necting device. 2,112,752 ; Mar. 29. 

Abbott, Charles W., Larchmont, N. Y. Electrical con- 
necting device. 2,112,753 ; Mar. 29. 

Abbott, Charles W., Larchmont, N. Y. Wiring system. 
2,115,000 ; Apr. 26. 

Abbott, Charles W., Larchmont, N. Y. Electric attach- 
ment plug receptacle. 2,119,066 ; May 31. 

Abbott, Charles W., Larchmont, N. Y. Method and 
apparatus for conduit construction. 2,137,887 ; Nov. 
22. 

Abbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Company, 
Wilton, N. H. Dyeing apparatus. 2,109,893 ; Mar. 1. 

Abbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Company, 
Wilton, N. H. Apparatus for dyeing. 2,109,894 ; 
Mar. 1. 

Abbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Company, 
Wilton, N. H. Knotter. 2,128,896; Sept. 6. 

Abbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Companv, 
Wilton, N. H. Winding machine. 2,129,660 ; Sept. 
13. 

.Vbbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Company, 
Wilton, N. H. Machine for preparing yarn packages. 
2,135,485; Nov. 8. 

Abbott. Ernest J., Ann Arbor, assignor of one-half to 
W. E. and E. W. Do Voo, Detroit, Mich. Control 
and operating mechanism for slide film projectors. 
2.141,203; Dec. 27. 

Abbott, Frederick C, and H. W. Doennecke, assignors to 
Ozark Chemical Companv. Tulsa, Okla. Recovering 
zinc .sulphate dilivdrate. 2,122,997; July 5. 

Abbott, Frederick C Tulsa, Okla., S. R. B. Cooke, Rolla, 
Mo., and C. O. Anderson, Baxter Springs, Kans., as- 
signors to Mahoning Mining Company, Youngstown, 
Ohio. Removinir fluorspar from zinc concentrates. 
2.137.600; Nov. 22. 

Abbott, Frederick F. M., Edg^vare, assignor to N. P. 
Billing, London, England. Cinematograph camera and 
projector apparatus. 2,104,631 ; Jan. 4. 

Abbott. James H.. Bala-Cynwyd, I^a. Napkin holder for 
headrests. 2,130,217 ; Sept. 13. 

Abbott, Joliu T., Chicago, 111. Power developing unit for 
automotive vehicles. 2,107,844 : Feb. 8. 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Adams. R., and Leffler, as- 
signors.) 

Abbott Lnhoratorles. (See Raiziss, G. W., and Brahin, 
assignors.) 

Abbott L;iboratorles. (See R;iiziss, G. W., and Clemence, 
assignors.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See VolwiUr, E. H., and Moore, 
assignors.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Young, ]•'. H., and Hobirtson, 
assignors.) 



Abbott Machine Company. (See Abbott, Edward J., as- 
signor. ) 

Abdelnour, Dmitri C, Port Chester, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Sleetex Company, New York, N. Y. 
Wiper. Re. 20,813 ; Aug. 2. 

Abe, Philber A., assignor to The Monarch Machine Tool 
Company, Sidney, Ohio. Surface hardening lathe bed. 
2,138.811 ; Dec. 6. 

Abe, Shiro, Nada-ku, Kobe, K. Setoguchi, Motoyama- 
Mura, Muko-gun, Hyogo-ken, and T Nagai, Suma-ku, 
Kobe, assignors to Kabushiki Kaisha Kawanishi Kikai 
Seisakujo, Hayashida-ku, Kobe, Japan. Filament for 
incandescent lamps. 2,109,762 ; Mar. 1. 

Abegg & Reinhold Company. (See McLagan, George B.) 

Abegg, Walter A., assignor of one-half lo B. Kfinhold, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Drill pipe slip. 2,119.731 : Junp 7. 

Abegg, Walter A., assignor of one-half to B. Reinhold, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Slush pump valve and the like. 
2,131,928 ; Oct. 4. 

Abegg, Walter A., Los Angeles, assignor to Globe Oil 
Tools Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Rotary well reamer. 
2,134,095 ; Oct. 25. 

Abel, Branson, Oakland. Calif. Gaff. 2.136.661 ; Nov. 15. 

Abel, Walter L., Waterloo, Iowa. CoveraU. 2,104,145; 
Jan. 4. 

Abele, John C, Philadelphia, Pa. Speed controller for 
automotive vehicles. 2,124,683 ; July 26. 

Abele, Theodore J. (See Kuck, H. G., and Abele.) 

Abeles, Jerome, assignor to The Formfit Company, 
Chicago, 111. Garment. 2,108,094; Feb. 15. 

Abell, Rollin, Jlilton, Mass. Internal combustion engine. 
2,122.806; July 5. 

Abeloos, Paul, Juvisy, France, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Union Switch & Signal Company, Swiss- 
vale, Pa. Automatic selection station. 2,139,324 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Abendroth, Wilhelm, Berlin-Charlottenburg, assignor to 
Siemens-Schuckertwerke Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin- 
Siemensstadt, Germany. Steam generator. 2,113,559 ; 
Apr. 12. 

Abercrombie Pump Co. (See Allen, Herbert, assignor.) 

Abercrombie Pump Company. (See Tennant, Joseph A., 
assignor.) 

Aberhold, Joseph E., Jr., and O. E. Duemler, Los Angeles, 
Calif., assignors to Walworth Patents Inc., Boston, 
Mass. Valve. 2,119.766 ; June 7. 

Aberle, Roy, Long Branch, N. J., assignor to Sanlin 
Offset Press Manufacturing Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Offset lithographic machine. 2,140,256 ; Dec. 13. 

Abernathy, Clyde G., Hornell, N. Y. Road paver. 
2,109,020; Feb. 22. 

Abey, Ralph H., London, England. Apparatus for the 
electrodepositlon of metals. 2,108,700 ; Feb. 15. 

Abraham, Leonard G., Madison, N. J., assignor to the 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Two-way 
signaling system. 2,108,186; Feb. 15. 

Abraham, Walter S. (See Lynn, E. K., and Abraham.) 

Abrahams, Alexander I. (See Atkins, George E., as- 
signor.) 

Abrahams, Jacob, Bradley Beach, N. J. Tire lock. 
2,112,661; Mar. 29. 

Abrams, Allen, and G. W. Foreey. Wausau, assignors to 
Marathon Paper Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. 
Thermoplastic pressure sensitive composition and sheet 
materials coated with same. 2,142.039 : Dec. 27. 

Abrams, Arthur J., New York, N. Y. Film magazine. 
2,137.601 ; Nov. 22. 

Abrams, Harry, Brooklyn, N. Y. Camera adapted to 
take motion pictures and stiU pictures. 2,116,551 ; 
May 10. 

Abrams, Helman, Greenville, S. C. Air breezing appa- 
ratus. 2,137,661 ; Nov. 22. 

Abrams, Horace M., assignor to D. G. Ashton and S. B. 
Eddy, receivers for Jerome B. Rice Seed Co., Cambridge 
Mass. Combined display package and rack. 2,135,093 ; 
Nov. 1. 

.\branis. Victor R. (See Moskovics, F. E., and Abrams.) 

Abramson, Alexander, Prague, Czechoslovakia. (Carbu- 
retor for combustion engines. 2,104,315 ; Jan. 4. 

Abramson, Hugo, Lidingo, Sweden, assignor to American 
Gas Accumulator Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Device for 
producing multiple flash signals. 2,128,391 ; Aug. 30. 

Abramson, JIurry H., Springfield, Mass. Muffler. 
2,112,006 ; Mar. 22. 

Abrasive Company. (See Fischer, John P., assignor.) 

Abrasive Machine Tool (io. (See Cornell, Elton S., as- 
signor.) 

Abrasive Products, Inc. (See Walker, Charles R., as- 
signor.) 

Accardi, Ferrucclo, assignor to Fiat Socletft Anonima, 
Turin, Italy. Lock for automobile doors. 2,108,359 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Ace Fastener Corporation. (See Pankonin, William G., 
assignor.) 

Ace Fastener Corporation. (See Krantz, Edward, as- 
signor.) 

Accessories Company, The. (See Sakier, George, as- 
signor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



Acco Proflucts, Inc. (See Kern, Emil, assignor.) 
Accumulatoren-Fabrik Aktiengesellschaft. (See Buik- 

hardt, Hans, assignor.) 
Accumulatoren-Fabrik A.-G. (See Larige, A. E., Langguth, 

Breuning, and Dassler, assignors.) 
Ace Fastener Corporation. (See Weber, W. F., Boa, and 

Pankonin, assignors.) 
Ace Glass Incorporated. (See Luertzing, Walter O., as- 
signor.) 
Aceves, Julius G., assignor to Reyelation Patents Holding 

Company, New York, N. Y. Electrical transmission 

system. 2,113,263 ; Apr. 5. 
Acliterfpldt, Carl A., Dusseldorf, Germany. Gas Burner. 

2,131,701 ; Sept. 27. 
Acken, Marshall F., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to E. I. du 

Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Pro- 
duction of diaryl amines. 2,120,968 ; June 21. 
Acken, Marshall F., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Production of diaryl amines. 2,120,909 ; June 21. 
Acker, Aaron C, a.ssignor to The Newell Alfg. Co., Ogdens- 

burg, N. Y. Container punch. 2,122,830; July 5. 
Acker, George H., Shaker Heights, assignor to The Farval 

Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Lubricating valve. 

2,105,577 ; Jan. 18. 
Acker, George H., Shaker Heights, assignor to The Cleve- 
land Worm and ficar Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Re- 
duction gear. 2,113,868 : Apr. 12. 
Ackerman, Edward D., EUinwood, Kans. Rat hole drilling 

mechanism. 2,131,830; Oct. 4. 
Ackerman, Harold S., Pontlac, Mich. Motor control 

valve. 2,123,519 ; July 12. 
Ackerman, Joliii E., Gothenburg, Nebr. Burial vault. 

2.114,202 ; .\py. ]2. 
Ackerman, William, London, Ohio. Combined cultivator 

and weed cutter. 2,104,004 ; Jan. 4. 
Aekerraann, Franz. (See (3raenacher, C, Bruengger, and 

Ackermann.) 
Ackermann, Otto, Irwin, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Electrical measuring instrument. 2,130,829 ; Sept. 20. 
Ackerson, Alfred H., assignor to Utili-Tong, Inc., Chicago, 

111. Tongs. 2,116,651; May 10. 
Ackley, Amos. (See Schwartz, J., and Ackley.) 
Ackley, Ervin L. (See Bath, S. W., and Ackley.) 
Acklin Stamping Company, The. (See Smith, Harry P., 

assignor.) 
Acme Air Appliance Company. (See Longstreet, Walter 

H., assignor.) 
Acme Hacking Corporation. (See Freydborg, Ralph M., 

assignor.) 
Acme liullctin & Directory Board Corp. (See Siebert, 

Willi.ini ]{., assignor.) 
Acme Chemical Company. (See Dickinson, Christmas C, 

assignor.) 
Acme ICloctric & Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

Comstock, James A., assignor.) 
Acme Propeller Corporation. (See Farrell, Stephen A., 

assignor.) 
Acme Protection Equipment Company. (See Millard, 

Frederick C, assignor.) 
Acme I'rotoction Equipment Company. (See O'Leary, 

ThoniM.s A., ;iRsignor,) 
Acme Protection Equipment Company. (See Turner, 

Russell J., assignor.) 
Acme Steel Company. (See Henderson, Clarence S., as- 
signor.) 
Acme Steel Company. (See MacChesney, Chester M., as- 
signor.) 
Acme Steel Company. (See Twomley, Herbert E., as- 
signor.) 
Acme Sie(?l Company. (See Wilson, Allen B., assignor.) 
Acme Sloel & Malleable Iron Works, Inc. (See Parker, 

Frank ()., assignor.) 
Acrce. lOdw.ird II. (See lioinlKird, J. A., ;ind ,\rreo,) 
Acrotorquo Company, The. (See Or.shansky, Ellas, Jr., 

assignor.) 
Actieng''Moil8chaft C. P. Goerz Optlsche Anstalt Actiova 

Rpolecnost K. P. Goerz Opticky ustav. (See Raaber, 

Hans, assignor.) 
Actlengeaellschnft Joli. Jacob Rioter & Cie. (See Hess, 

Heinrich O., nssigiior.) 
Acton, RusHcl E., Chicago, 111., assignor to International 

Harvester Coini)nny. T?ractor construction. 2,129,724; 

Serit. 13. 
Aculr, Henry C, Knoxville, Tenn. Electrical connecting 

device. 2,108,031 ; Feb. 15. 
Ad Art Cral't. (See Slinw, Louis E., ftSBlgnor.) 
Adnlr. Dorothy W., New York, N. Y. CorBclut. 2,1.35,1)31 ; 

Nov. 8. 
Adair, Samuel E. (See Jenkins, J. 18., and Adiilr, nn- 

RignorR.) 
Adam, Kloronco S., et nl. (See Adnm, Sidney F., as- 

Hlgiior. ) 
Arliini. Itoherl G., ot nl. (See y\dnm, Sidney V., ns- 

Klgiior. ) 
Adam, Sidney F.. MHslgnor of onelhlrd to R. G. Adnin 

and oiielhli'd to K. S. Adnm, HI. LouIh, Mo. Vel)lcl(> 

• llnetlon nI^'iuiI. 2,IO().tOS; Kd). 22. 
Adnmc/.yk, Alois, Itetlih'hein, Pa. Ico ciibo crushar. 

2.101,577 ; Jan. -1. 
ArliMiiH, Arllinr 11. (See Blake, E. J., and Adams.) 
Ailams, IImhII A., and IC. It. Holmes, 1 eddlngtoii, KuKhind. 

Mann fact lire mid use of Nynlliellc rcHliiH. 2,10-1,501 ; 

Jan. 4. 



.\dams Brothers Incorporated, Ltd. (See Adams, Henry 
M., assignor.) 

A'lnms, Carroll E. (See Wells, Frank O., assignor.) 

Adams, Carroll E., Pawtucket, R. I. Drill grinder. 
2,109,308 ; Feb. 22. 

Adams, Carroll E., Pawtucket, R. I. Drill point locator. 
2,130,575; Sept. 20. 

Adams, Charles A., Davenport, Iowa. Electric light 
soflrel .iiid switch, 2,119.1-!G; May 31. 

Adams, Charles F., New York, N. Y. Vacuum and 
pressure filling apparatus for fluid, plastic, or various 
other materials. 2,106,492 ; Jan. 25. 

.•\dams, C'lias. 11. (Nee .Siokes. iJeorge. .nssicnor.) 

Adams, Chester E., Hammond, Ind., and F. W. Scheineman, 
assignors to Standard Oil (Company, Chicago, 111. Sepa- 
ration of wax from oils. 2,122,019 ; June 28. 

Adams, Chester E., and F. W. Sullivan, Jr., Hammond, 
Ind., and J. A. Anderson, Chicago, 111., assignors to 
Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Dewaxing lubri- 
cating oils. 2,107.137; Feb. 1. 

Adams Company, The. (See Spensley, William J., as- 
signor.) 

Adams, IJaniel G., assignor to Adams Grease Gun Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Lubricating apparatus. 
2,104,146; Jan. 4. 

Adams, Edward T. (See Hoferer, D. W., and Adams.) 

Adams, Elise P. (See Booker, Norman N., assignor.) 

Adams. Elmer W. (See Brunstrum, L. C, and Adams.) 

Adams, Elmer W., Hammond, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Insecticidal oil spray. 
2,115,380 ; Apr. 26. 

Adams, Elmer W., and G. M. McNulty, Hammond, Ind., 
assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, III. Pure 
compounds as extreme-pressure lubricants. 2,110,281 ; 
Jlar. 8. 

.\dams, Elmer W., Hammond, Ind., and F. H. MacLaren, 
Calumet City, assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. High tensile strength wax. 2,127,668 ; 
Aug. 23. 

Adams, Elmer W., Hammond, F. K. Ovitz, Whiting, and 
E. G. Wiley, Hammond, assignors to Standard Oil 
("ompniiv, Chicago, III. Soot remover. 2,141,848; Dec. 
27. 

.\dams, Elwood J., assignor of fifty percent to R. T. 
-Vdams, Pitman, N. J., and fifty percent to G. V. Dimit- 
man, Philadelphia, Pa. Casement sash. 2,117,391 ; 
May 17. 

Adams, Ferdinand G., Maplewood, N. J. Receptacle clo- 
sure and dispensing device. 2,114,583 ; Apr. 19. 

Adams, Folger, Joliet, 111. Jail lock and the like. 
2,119,090 ; May 31. 

Adams, (Joorge E., I'awtucket, assignor to Cronii)ton & 
Knowles Loom Works. Worcester, Mass. Center stop 
motion for looms. 2,141,630: Dec. 27. 

Adams, George R., Los Angeles, Calif. Door latch. 
2,108,320; Feb. 15. 

Adams, George R., Hillsboro, Tex. Gas mixer. 2,128,519 ; 
Aug. 30. 

Adams Grease Gun Corporation. (See Adams, Daniel G., 
assignor.) 

Adams, Gridley, Weehavi'ken, N. J. Refrigerator cold 
saver. 2,127,379; Aug. 10. 

Adams, Harry B., assignor to Cherry-Burrell Corporation, 
Chicago, III. .\pparatus for delivering edible solids to 
ice cream. 2,130,113 ; Sept. 13. 

Adams, Harry W. (See Mathews, ('. B.. Ailains. and 
Berry.) 

Adams, Henry M., assignor to Adams Brothers Incorpo- 
rated, litd., Los Angeles, Calif. Broken pipe clamp. 
2,127,456 ; Aug. 16. 

Adams, Herbert L., Washington, D. C. Detach;il)le e:iliiii 
with imrnchiite. 2,120,477; June 14. 

Adiiins, Herman K., Paducali, Kv, Switch construction. 
2,116,495; May 10. 

Adams, Irene M., Portland, Oreg. Food form. 2,117,266; 
May 17. 

Adams, J. D., Manufacturing Company. (See Cost, Wil- 
liam A., assignor.) 

Adams, J. D., Manufacturing Company. (Sec Iversen, 
Emll C, assignor.) 

Adaiii.s, J. 1)., Manufacturing Company. (See Lyden, 
Frank J., assignor.) 

Adams, John II., Seattle, Wash. Washboard for use In 
sinks. 2,120,079 : Sept. «. 

Adiiins, John J. (See Stone, Walter T., assignor.) 

Adams, John V. (Sie llelir, L., Willlauis, and .\dMiiis.> 

Ad.iiiis, .lo.v C,, l'.ri(lge|iiirl. ('oim.. iissignur to (it-neial 
l-;lerliic c'ompaiiy. Coffee maker. 2. lOT. !>'-';"> : Im'I), S. 

Adam.s. Joy ('., Bridgeport. Conn., assignor to Gonerill 
lOleetrlc Company. ColTee iiiaUiT. 2.107.!'-' I ; I'eh .S. 

Adiims, Jov C., Fairfield, Conn., assignor to Oenernl Elec- 
tric Coninnny. Fruit Juice CTtrnctor. 2,121,1121 ; June 
21. 

Adams, PInkney B.. Stuttpirl. Avk. .\nohorlnt; means 
for fiiiHe teeth. 2.112.007; Mar. 22. 

AdiiiiiH, Oscar C., Lynn, Mass., as.Mlgnor to Tnlted .Shoe 
Miiehliierv Corporation, I'alerson, N. J. Shoeiiiiiklng. 
2.i;iiJ,lw_'': Nkv, tr.. 

Ailiims. Hiilpli S,. ciuirloston, W. Va. Stop llijht switch. 
2 127,61111 ; AuK. 23. 

.Vdiiiiis. Uolierl i'.. Kllleeii. Tex. Meter Blip oxpailder. 
2,131).0(12 : Dec. 0. 

.\diiiMs, Uohort T., of nl. (See .\diims, IChvood J., iis 
Higitor. ) 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Adams, Roger, and M. T. Leffler, Urbana, assiguors to Ab- 
bott Laboratories, North Chicago, 111. Aminopheuyl- 

oxazolines. 2,114,326; Apr. 19. , ^^ ,, 

Adams, Simpson J., and W. A. Smith, Spindle, N. C. 

Stop motion for roving frames. 2.129,639 ; Sept. 13. 
Adams, Stephen S., St. Louis, JIo. Hou.sing for reflectov 

buttons. 2.118.911 ; May 31. 
Adams. Thomas E., Angola, X. Y. Inflating and tlosun- 

means for pneumatic tires. 2.136,929 ; Nov. 15. 
.Adams, W. J.. Inc. (See Adams, William J., assignor.) 
Adams, Wilbur H. (See Roe, M. E., and Adams.) 
Adams, William, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Fastening 

roofing or siding material. 2,109,938 ; Mar. 1. 
Adams, William, Baltimore, Md. Beer cooler. 2,113,1)72: 

A.pr. 12. 
Adams, \\illiam C. Panama City, Fla. Display fixture. 

2.120.197: June 7. 
Adams, William J., Jr., Santa Cruz, Calif. Combination 

fixed blade and tilting bowl scraper. 2,124,408 ; July 

19. 
Adams, William J., Santa Cruz, assignor to W. J. Adams, 

Inc., Stockton, Calif. Scraper. 2,131,421 : Sept. 27. 
Adams, William J., Santa Cruz, assignor to W. J. Adams, 

Inc., Stoclcton, Calif. Wagon scraper. 2,136,203 ; 

Nov. 8. 
Adams, William R., and G. B. Grace, San Francisco, 

Calif. Dishwashing apparatus. 2,111,038 ; Mar. 15. 
Adams, William S., Great Falls, Mont., assignor to Ana- 
conda Wire & Cable Company, New York, N. Y. Coiling 

machine. 2,128,278 ; Aug. 30. 
Adamson, Arthur Q., Long Beach, Calif. Multiple pur- 
pose sewing equipment holder. 2,121,676 ; June 21. 
Adamson, Herman, Highland Park, 111. Method of and 

apparatus for straightening doors. 2,109,659 ; Mar. 1. 
Adamson, Herschel E., Eureka Springs, Ark. Guitar 

playing simplifier. 2,132,281 ; Oct. 4. 
Adamson, Lee H., West Los Angeles, Calif. Field marker. 

2,127,852 ; Aug. 23. 
Vfiamson. Spth. (See Roberts, E. F., and Adamson.) 
Adamson, Seth, Larchmont, assignor to United States 

Rubber Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. Trousers. 

2,106,334 ; Jan. 25. 
Adamson, Seth, Larchmont, assignor to United States 

Eubber Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. Sweat band 

for hats. 2,118,583 ; May 24. 
.\ddicks. Christian J. (See Jenkins, R. J.^ and Addicke.) 
Addinall, Carl R., Westfleld, and R. T. Major, Plainfleld, 

assignors to Merck & Co., Inc., Rah way, N. J. Pro- 
duction of hydrohalides of alkyl esters of iso-quinoline 

alkaloids. 2.104,726; Jan. 11. 
Addink, Nicolaas W. H., assignor to N. V. Philips' 

Gloeilampenfabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. Red 

fluorescent layer. 2,113,973 ; Apr. 12. 
Addink, Nicolaas W. H., J. H. de Boer, P. M. V. Alphen, 

and G. Zecher, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignors to 

General Electric Company. Gaseous electric discharge 

lamp device. 2,135,690 : Nov. 8. 
Adder, Marcel A., Noranda, Quebec, Canada. Reflector 

assembly. 2,133,839 ; Oct. 18. 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Chisholm, 

Clifton, assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Curtis, 

Franklin E., assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Gollwitzer, 

Walter T., assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Hagelln, 

William T., assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Hueber, 

Carl J., assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Osborn, 

Henry C, assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Rowell, 

George S., assignor.) 
Addressograph-JIultigraph Corporation. (See Wescott, 

William B., assignor.) 
Addv, George W. (See Baldwin, G. J., and Addy.) 
Adell, John A., Orange, assignor of one-half to A. Ii. 

Johnson, Worcester, Mass. Making threaded tubes. 

2,104,688; Jan. 4. 
.\delman, Arthur. (See Huff, S. P., and Adelman.) 
Adelson, Samuel L., Chicago, ni., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Infilco Inc. Flow-responsive device. 

2,110,550: May 10. 
Adeison. Samuel L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Infilco Inc. Flow metering device. 2,138,266 ; Nov. 

29. 
-Adjustable Louver Corporation. (See Sigal, Solomon, 

assignor.) 
Adkins. Bei-iiMrd, Rugby, England, a.'j.signor to General 

Electric Company. Systom of electric motor control. 

2,120,848: June 14. 
Adlake Company, The. (See Breackevelt, Julius, as- 
signor.) 
.\dlake Company, The. (See Haram, M'illiam S., as- 
signor.) 

(See Larson, Carl H., assignor.) 
(See Larson, C. H., and McCarthy. 



Adlake Company, The. 
.\dlake Company, The. 

assignors.) 
Adlake Company, The. 
.\dlake Company, The. 

sign or.) 
Adlake Company, Tlie. 
Adlake Conip.niiy, The. 

assignor.) 



(See Mohun, John L., assignor.) 
(.See Verhagen, Christian M.. as- 

(See Putt, Harlie O., assicnor.) 
(See Verhagen, Christian M., 



Md. 



Md. 



Signal. 2,121,276 ; 
Signal. 2,129,602 ; 



Adier, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, 

June 21. 
Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, 

Sept. 6. 

Adler, Herman G., assignor to Handy Governor Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Governor. 2,125,011 ; July 26. 
Adler, Joseph I., Chicago, HI. Column assembly. 

2,123,621; July 12. 
Adler, Leon, St. Louis, Mo. Package. 2,116,652 ; May 

10. 
Adler, Leon, St. Louis, Mo. Miniature packet. Re. 

20,843 ; Sept. 6. 
Adler Manufacturing Company. (See Plengemeir, Mat- 
thew, assignor.) 
Adlerwerke vorm. Heinrich Kleyer Aktiengesellschaft. 

(See Schlaefke, Karl H., assignor.) 
Adolfson, Ernest F., Hazel Park, Mich. Oil burner. 

2,137,681 ; Nov. 22. 
Adrema Maschinenbauges m. b. H. (See Radice, P., and 

Schwerdt, assignors.) 
Adrian, Sylvester F., Fond du Lac. Wis. Coin controlled 

sound reproducing svstem. 2.122.5-50: .July 5. 
Advance Aluminum Castings Corp. (See Grundstrom, 

Erik G., assignor.) 
Advance Engineering Company. (See Nordell, Carl H., 

assignor.) 
.Advance Machine Co. (See Gebert, A. E., and Black, 

assignors.) 
.■Vdvance Machine Co. (See Richardson. M. H., and 

Gebert, assignors.) 
.\eberli, Ernst, Horgeu, Switzerland. Shaping machine. 

2,125,873 ; Aug. 9. 
.Aegler, Herman, Bienne, Switzerland. Balance wheel. 

2,116,257 ; May 3. 
Aeppli, Albert, assignor to firm Maag-Zahnrader und- 

Masehlnen A.-G., Zurich, Switzerland. Helical gear 

cutting machine. 2,130,055 ; Sept. 13. 
Aermotor Company. (See Scholes, Daniel R., assignor.) 
Aerostatica Avorio Societa in Accomandita Semplice. 

(See Avorio, Luigi, assignor.) 
Aerovox Corporation. (See Heyman, Sam. assignor.) 
-\eschbach, Emil, assignor to the firm F. Aeschbach 

A.-G., Aarau, Switzerland. Device for discharging 

troughs. 2,137,558; Nov. 22. 
-i.eschbach, F., A.-G. (See Aeschbach, Emil, assignor.) 
Aeschbach, Walter E., assignor to The Measuregraph 

Company, St. Louis, Mo. Cutting feature for cloth 

measuring machines. 2,112,413 : Mar. 29. 
Aeschlimann, Fritz. (See Kartaschoff, V., and Aeschli- 

mann.) 
Aetna Ball Bearing Manufacturing Company. (See 

Stein. Louis H., assignor.) 
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co., The, et al. (See Sheppard, 

John W., assignor.) 
Aetna Rubber Company, The. (See Campbell, Stanley T., 

assignor.) 
Aelna-Standard Engineering Company, The. (See Leach, 

William W., assignor.) 
"Afag" Finanzierungs, A, G. (See Sindl, O., and Frank.) 
Affel, Herman A., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to American 

Telephone and Telegraph Company. Vacuum tube cir- 
cuit. 2,104,844 ; Jan. 11. 
Affelder. Harry F.. Clevfland Heights. Ohio. Adhesive 

applying mechanism. 2.141.634; Dec. 27. 
-Affel. Herman A., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Frequency converter. 2,126,859 ; Aug. 16. 
Au'bayani, Donate F., Lingayen, P. I. Pencil protector 

and penholder. 2.114,203 ; Apr. 12. 
-Vgee, George. (See Nifong, Thomas H., assignor.) 
Agens, Maynard C. (See Nordlander, B. W., and Agena.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Barth, W., and Duerr, as- 



signors.) 
.\gfa Ansco Corporation. 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

assignors.) 
-Vgfa Ansco Corporation. 

assignors.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

signors.) 



(See Current, Ira B., assignor.') 
(See Dieterle, W., and Horst, 

(See Dieterle, W., and Zeh, 

(See Eckler, Leopold, assignor.) 
(See Eggert, J., and Wendt, as- 



-Vgfa Ansco 
assignor. ) 

-Agfa Ansco 
signor.) 

Agfa Ansco 



Corporation. 
Corporation. 

Corporation. 

Frost, assignors.) 
-Vgfa Ansco Corporation. 

signor.) 
.Vgfa Ansco Corporation. 

signor.) 
.\gfa Ansco Corporation. 
.\gfa Ansco Corporation. 
-\gta Ansco Corporation. 

signor.) 
Agf.a Ansco Corporation. 

assignors.) 
Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

assignors.) 
.\gfa Ansco Oirporation. 
Agfa Ansco Corjioration. 
.Vgfa Ansco Corporation. 

Hirr. assignors.) 



(See Gehrke, Friedrich W.^ 

(See Goldhamer, Leo, as- 

(See Goldhammer, L., and 

(See Goldhammer, Leo, as- 

(See Hagedorn, Max, as- 

(See Heymer, Gerd, assignor.) 

(See Knodel, Adolf, assignor.) 

(See Koslowsky, Robert, as- 

(See Kumetat, K., and Gassner, 

(See Ochwat, P., and Wendt, 

(See Wendt, Bruno, assignor.) 
(Sec Weyde, Edith, assignor.) 
(See Wilmanns, G., Fricke, and 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



and 



(See Wllmanns, G., 
(See Wolff, P., and Sieglltz, as- 



(See Zeh, Walter, assignor.) 
(See Zeh, W., Sieglitz, and 



Aiifn Ansco Corporation. 
Schneider, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation, 
signers.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. 
Dabelow, assignors.) 

Agger, Jens. (See Northup, H. L., and Agger.) 

Aggers, Clair V., Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Battery charging regulator. 2,114,827 ; Apr. 19. 

Aggers, Walter B., Coalinga, Calif. Pipe and tubing rack. 
2,127,492; Aug 23. 

Aghito. Marco, Torino, Italy. Safety razor. 2,107,358 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Aghuides, Elie, Brussels, Belgium. Connecter for taps, 
pipes and the like. Re. 20,706 ; Apr. 26. 

Agnew, Norman F., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Apparatus 
for charging storage batteries. 2,104,632 ; Jan. 4. 

Agnew, Norman F., Swissvale, and B. Mishelevich, Pitts- 
burgh, assignors to The Union Switch & Signal Com- 
pany, Swissvale, Pa. Electrical relay. 2,104.602 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Agnew, Norman F., Penn Township, Allegheny County, 
and B. Mishelevich, Pittsburgh, assignors to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Electrical 
relay. 2,104,603 ; Jan. 4. 

Agnew, Norman F., Penn Township, Allegheny County, 
and C. M. Hines, Pittsburgh, assignors to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
switch controlling apparatus. 2,124,001; July 26. 

Agnew, Norman F., Swissvale, and B. Mishelevicli, Pitts- 
burgh, assignors to The Union Switch & Signal Com- 
pany, Swissvale, Pa. Electrical relay. 2,137,747 ; 
Nov. 22. 

.\gnew, Prentiss B., Atlanta, Ga. Synchronizing appa- 
ratus. 2.120.140: Junp 7. 

Agosta, Corrado, and F. Notarangelo, Bristol, Conn. Tap 
for tap-dancing shoes. 2,104,179 ; Jan. 4. 

Agosta, Corrado, and F. Notarangelo, Bristol, Conn. Tap 
for tap dancing shoes. 2,114,461 ; Apr. 19. 

Agren, Erii.sl M., Slockhohn, Sweden, assignor to Pulvis 
Aktiengesellschaft, Olarus, Switzerland. Packing de- 
vice for rotary elements. 2. 1.3.5, 0.54 ; Nov. 8. 

Agrlcola, Alfred, Berlin-Neutompelliof, assignor to Allge- 
meine Elektrlcltatz Gesellscliatt, Berlin-Tempelhof, 
Germany. Variable inductance ivadio frequency coil. 
2,107,172; Feb. 1. 

Agudio, I'aolo, Turin, Italy. Quick-acting wrench or 
other clamping device. 2,130,218 ; Sept. 13. 

Agulnek, Harry, assignor to S. Mishcon, doing business 
as Supreme Knitting Machine Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Knitting machino. 2,1 12,260: Mar. 29. 

Abler, George W., Colton, Caltf. Walking brace. 
2,111,018; Mar. 15. 

Ahlmann, Nikolai, Copenhagen, Denmark, assignor to F. 
Ij. Smldth & Company, Nbw York, N. Y. Cement Manu- 
facture. 2,125.203; Aug. 2. 

Ahlport, B. 10. (See Knox, Granville S., assignor.) 

Ahlqulst, Arthur A., Norwood, R. I., assignor to Uncas 
Manufacturing Company. Finger ring. 2,118,33.5; 
May 24. 

Ahrbecker, Harold Ij. (See Battles, S. S., and Ahrbecker.) 

Ahrens-Fox Fire Engine Company, The. (See Fox, 
Charles M., assignor.) 

Ahrens, Robert S., assignor to Seeger Refrigerator Com- 
pany, St. Paul, Minn. Method and apparatus for con- 
trolling circulation In refrigerators. 2,112,205 ; Mar. 
22. 

Alirndt, Eniil A., and II. W. SfSndagh. assignors to 
Naaniloozo Vcnnootschap Vcrecnigde Draadfabriekon, 
Nijniegcii, N(!th('rlands. Torsion balance. 2,121,908; 
July 20. 

Ahronhclm, Charles, Hlgliland Park, assignor of one-half 
to B. P. Lieberthal, Chicago, 111. Arch support. 
2,106,202 ; Jan. 25. 

Alala, Rocco, asHignor to Eplphone, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Pedal control for (electrically amidifled musical Instru- 
mentH. 2,1. ■>,!», 21 7 ; Doc. 0. 

Alcher, .Tohn O., East Cleveland, Ohio, as.flgnor to Gen- 
ernl Electric Company. Electric discharge device. 
2,109,984; Mar. 1. 

Algner, O. J., Company. (See Algnor, George J., as- 
signor.) 

Algner, (!(!orgo J., assignor to G. J. Algner Company, (Chi- 
cago, 111. Index Htrli) holder. 2,12.5,201; Aug. 2. 

Aiken, ClinrlcH 11., New York, N. Y., and T. Diirlee, Kast 
Orangi', N. .1., .•isslgnorH to Itell TeU-iilione Labora lories. 
Tnc<)rp()rat<'d, New Yorl(, N. Y. Shli'ld lor Ignition 
plugs. 2,108,035 ; Feb. 1.5. 

Alk<'n, Tlionias McfJ., I'll iMlmrgli, I'a. Wliidnw operating 
and door locking nu'clianisni. 2,105,830; .Ian. IM. 

Alkin, 'riionian McG., I'il Isbiirgli, I'a. I'lioto^jraplilc iip- 
naratUH. 2.108,240; Feb. 15. 

Amman, Burton H., WllkinHburg, assignor (o The West- 
InghouHO Air Hrake (Joniiiany, Wllmerdlng, Pn. Fluid 
pn^HHiire cdntrolled cintcli. 2, 10(1, -172; Jan. 25. 

Aluman, Builon S., Wilkinsburg, asHlgnor to The Wedt- 
InghotiHi! Air Brake (Company. Wilim-rdlng, Pa. Brako 
and clutch control dr'vlco. LM00,'17:i ; ,Ian. '.'5. 

Alknian, Uinioii S., WllUlnsbnrg, assignor to Tho Weat- 
Inglionsi- Air Brake Company, Wllini-rdlni;, Pn. Com- 
prcHHor <'oolliig HyHtem. 2,108,786; Feb. 22. 

40124— P— 2 



Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor valve. 2,110,691 ; Mar. 8. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Retarda- 
tion controller. 2,110,692 ; Mar. 8. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor control system. 2,112,414 ; Mar. 29. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Fluid 
pressure brake. 2,112,415 ; Mar. 29. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor unloader. 2,113,637 ; Apr. 12. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Pump un- 
loader. 2,115,546; Apr. 26. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Hydro- 
pneumatic brake. 2,115,547 ; Apr. 26. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor control device. 2,118,130 ; May 24. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Slack 
adjuster. 2,118,389 ; May 24. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Brake 
control means. 2,118,390 ; May 24. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Fluid 
compressor. 2,121,534 ; June 21. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Automatic 
drain valve. 2,125,144 ; July 26. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Auto- 
matic drain valve. 2,125,145 ; July 26. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding Pa. Com- 
pressor lubricator. 2,128,065 ; Aug. 23. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor governor. 2.130,607 ; Sept. 20. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Compres- 
sor cooling control. 2.130,608 ; Sept. 20. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding. Pa. Brake 
control means. 2,132,913; Oct. 11. 

.\ikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Emer- 
gency valve device, 2,132,915; Oct. 11. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse ,\ir Brake Companv, Wilmerding, Pa. Brake 
control device. 2.132.910; Oct. It. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing 
house Air Brake Company. Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor valve control. 2,135,247; Nov. 1. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The We.st- 
inghousc Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor control. 2.135.248: Nov. 1. 

.\Ikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company. Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor control mechanism. 2,137,219; Nov. 22. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg. assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Companv, Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor lubricator. 2.137.220; Nov. 22. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake (Company. Wilmerding, Pa. Mo- 
tor protection device. 2.137,221 ; Nov. 22. 

Aime. Frank L., assignor to Anaconda Wire & Cable 
Company, New York. .\. Y. Fluid impregnated electric 
cable. 2.118,584 ; May 24. 

.-Mme, I'"'rank L.. assignor to Anaconda Wire & Cable Com 
panv, New York, N. Y. Electric cable. 2.13-1,771 ; 
Nov. 1. 

AInsIey. Frederick J. (See Davis, N. E., and Alnslcy.) 

Alnslin Knitting Machine Co. (See Broadwln, Sami)son, 
assignor.) 

.Mnswortli, Chester D., WoUaston, Mass., aaslcnor, by 
mesne assignments, to Allls-Chalmers Manuiaoturlng 
Companv, Milwaukee, Wis. Circuit breaker. 2,100,085 ; 
Mar. 1. 

AInswortli, (Jeorge C, St. Pcli-rsburg, Fla. lYiilt con-r. 
2,1 17,278 : .May 17. 

AInswortli Manufacturing Coiporallon. (.'^ec Tottir, 
.■Mbcrt T.. assignor.) 

Alnswortb, Wm., & Sons. Inc. (See Dahlberg. .\., and 
(Maysoii, asslgnorH. ) 

.Mr CoiidKloners, Inc. (Sec .Marr. (icori-re M. .iiid .\. I' , 
assignors.) 

Air Conilltloning lOoulpnicnt Inc. (Se(> Bnm, Emlle P., 
asBlgnor. ) 

Aircraft Speclaltb's, Inc. (Sop VauKhan, WUIlii, a.-<- 
Hlgntir.) 

.Mr lli'vU'CM Corporation. (Hei< llootliby. Donald !>.. 
iiNHlgnor. ) 

.Mr Devices Corponillon. (Hop Child, I.nclilun W., nn 
algnor.) 

Air Dr-vlocii Corporntlon. (See Curllss. William U,, ns 
Hlgnor. ) 

Alrlnulon t'ompiinv 'riw ( Sfi> Alriiu-iun Mnrqui's .1 
niiHliinor. ) 



10 



INDEX OF PATI-:NTS, lUoS 



Airington. Marques J., assignor to The Airiiigton Com- 
pany, Kansas City, Mo. Vending device. 2,109,377 ; 
Feb. 22. _ 

Airmaster Corporation. (See Hueglin, Herman C, as- 
signor.) ^ . ^ 

Airmatic Systems, Inc. (See Buscli, Herman, assignor.) 

Air-U-Jlatic A eurihnor Company. (See Ravven, Leo I., 
assignor.) „, , 

Air Preheater Corporation, The. (See Herbeck, Cnarles 
J., assignor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Anderson, James L,., as- 
si'^nor, ) 

Air "Reduction Company. (See Begerow, John H. W., 
assignor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Deming, George M., as- 
signor.) 

Airmatic Svstems, Inc. (See Busch, Herman, assignor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See McKiernan, James D., 
assignor.) ,„ ^ ^ 

Air Reduction Company. (See Metzger, lloyd J., as- 
signor. ) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Roolse, R. AI., and Saacke, 
assignors.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Slierman, William J., as- 
signor. ) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Walker, George L., as- 
signor.) 

Alrtemp, Incorporated. (See Williams. BurdeU S., as- 
signor.) 

Air- Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Dow, 
Dewey M., assignor.) 

Air-way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Dow, D. 
M., Boyd, and Burmeister, assignors.) 

Air- Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Dow, D. 
M., and Latta, assignors.) 

Air- Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Riebel F., 
Jr., and Dow, assignors.) 

Air-Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Voorhees, 
Leonard B., assignor.) 

Aitken, Alex, assignor to Eureka Vacuum Cleaner Com- 
pany, Detroit. Mich. Vacuum cleaner construction. 
2.118,721 ; May 24. 

Aitken, Andrew W. (See Greiner, C. F.. and Aitken.) 

Aitken, Andrew W., assignor to The Buffalo-Springfield 
Roller Co., Springfield, Ohio. Road roller. 2,114,069 ; 
Apr. 12. 

Aitken, Earle M., Saugus, assignor of one-third to J. 
Catto, Oakland, one-third to J. M. MacPherson, 
Berkeley, and one-third to J. R. Wood, Los Angeles, 
Calif. File sharpening method and apparatus. Re 
20,914 ; Nov. 15. 

Ajai Electric Furnace Corporation. (See Howard, K. S., 
and Locke, assignors.) 

Ajax Klfcuic Furnace Corporation. (See Wyatt, James 
R., assignor.) 

Ajax Flexible Coupling Company. (See Welch, William 
T., assignor.) 

Ajax Manufacturing Company, The. (See Criley, William 
W., assignor.) 

Ajouelo, Davis J., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to Sears, Roe- 
buck and Co. Stenciling machine. 2,132,282 ; Oct. 4. 

Ajouelo, Davis J., assignor to A. 31ay, Atlanta, Ga. Vene- 
tian blind. 2,141,502 ; Dee. 27. 

Akans, William R., Homewood, Ala. Grinding and pol- 
ishing apparatus. 2,111,955 ; Mar. 22. 

Akan, George. (See Ley, G. J., Payne, and Akau.) 

Akeley Camera, Inc. (See Spence, J. L., Jr., and Leven- 
thal. assignors.) 

Akerman, John. Chicago, 111., assignor, by mosne assign- 
ments, to Bendix Products Corporation, South Bend, 
Ind. Airplane with floating wings. 2,105,307 ; Jan. 
11. 

Akerman, John, Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Bondix Products Corporation, South Bend. 
Ind. Airfoil fuel tank for airplanes and the like. 
2,124,867 ; July 26. 

Akers, Earl C, Detroit, Mich. Direction signal for motor 
vehicles. 2.138.533 ; Nov. 29. 

Akers. Earl C, Detroit, Mich. Signal switch. 2,141,075 ; 
Dec. 20. 

Akers, James L., Anueslie, Md. Paint funnel-scraper. 
2.124.021 ; July 19. 

Akers, James R., New Kensington, assignor to Aluminum 
Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Drying leather. 
2,126.712 ; Aug. 16. 

Akers, John, and K. II. Pearsen. San Francisco, Calif. 
Support for paint brushes. 2,138.812: Dec. 6. 

Akeyson, Swan M., Long Beach, Calif. Vibrating endless 
screen. 2,104,785 ; ,Tan. 11. 

Akin, Robert M., Jr., Sleepy Hollow Manor, North Tarry- 
town, N. Y. Method and apparatus for cleaning ends 
of insulated electric wires. 2,116.228; Mav 3. 

.\kin, Ruth H., Winchester, Mass. Babv crib. "2,128.978; 
Sept. 6. 

Akins, Randall P., Denver, Colo. Ore concentrator. 

2.106,290 ; Jan. 25. 
Akitt, Norman B., a.^signor, by mesne assignments, to 
Gould Coupler Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Coupler. 
2,116,817; May 10. 

Akron Brass Manufacturing Company. (See Schellin. 
John C. assitrnnr.) 

.Vkron Brass Manufacturing Company. (See Schellin, 

J. C. Housekeeper, and Hamilton, assignors.) 
Aktlebolaget Asmega Agenturer. (See Clason, Jan C, 
assignor.) 



Aktlebolaget Elektrolux. (See Engberg, Axel O., as- 
signor.) 
Aktlebolaget Elektrolux. (See Eriksson-Jons, Anders, as- 
signor.) 

-iktiebolaget Facit. (See Anner§n, R. E., and Carlstrom, 
assignors.) 

Aktlebolaget Facit. (See Carlstrom, B., and Hanson, 
assignors.) 

Aktlebolaget Formator. (See Dahlstrom, E. R., and 
Granstedt, assignors.) 

Aktlebolaget Formator. (See Granstedt, Karl E., as- 
signor.) 

Aktlebolaget Gerh. Arehns Mekaniska Verkstad. (See 
Johnson, Bror A. E., assignor.) 

Aktlebolaget Gerh. Arehns Mekaniska Verkstad. (See 
Orstrom, Gustaf, assignor.) 

Aktlebolaget Gerh. Arehns Mekaniska Verkstad. (See 
Von Segebaden, E., and Johnson, assignors. ) 

Aktlebolaget Gotaverken. (See Johansson, Johan 10., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Kanthal. (See Nordstrom, Bengt G. O., as- 
signor.) 

Aktlebolaget Kemiska Patenter. (See Nordengren, Sven 
G., assignor.) 

Aktlebolaget Ljungstroms Angturbin. (See Lysholm, 
Alf, assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Ljungstroms Angturbin. (See Lysholm, A., 
and Wahlsten, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Milo. (Sec Lysholm, Alf, assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Milo. (See Lysholm, Alf, and E. L. R., 
assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Nomy. (See Wallgren, August G. F.. as- 
signor. ) 

Aktiebolaget Nomy. (See Wallgren, A. G. F., and Janson, 
assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Nordiska Hovbeslaget. (See Nygaard, J. O., 
and Mioen, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Rosenblads Patenter. (See Eosenblad, Curt 
F.. assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Sievert & Fornander. (See Dietmann, Paul 
W., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Siefvert & Fornander. (See Larsson, Lars 
E.. assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Spontan. (See Knochenhauer, Giinther, as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenka KuUagerfabriken. (See Beck, Hans, 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Elektro-Industri Companiet. (See 
Ekeberg, Hennlng R., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Flaktfabriken. (See Wellmar, Sven, 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kapsylfabriken. (See Franz, 
Philipp, assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska KuUagerfabriken. (See Palmgren, 
Nils A., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska KuUagerfabriken. (See Tbrnebohm, 
Hilding V., assignor.) 

Aktlengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Darrieus, 
(Jeorges, assignor.) 

Aktlengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Gaudenzl, 
Arthur, assignor.) 

Aktlengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Mertens, 
Franz, assignor.) 

Aktlengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Noack, W. 
G., and Schattschneider. assignors.) 

Aktlengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Thommen, 
Hans, assignor.) 

Aktlengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Widmer, S., 
and HUrlimann, assignors.) 

Aktlengesellschaft vorm. Seldel & Naumann. (See Ben- 
zing, Hugo, assignor.) 

Aktieselskabet Dansk Gaerings-Industri. (See Hansen, 
B0rge v., assignor.) 

Aktieselskapet Per Kure, Norsk Motor & Dynamofabrik. 
(See Morseth, Leif, assignor.) 

Aktlengesellschaft fuer Technische Studien. (See Keller, 
Curt, assignor.) 

Aktlengesellschaft fiir Holzveredlung. (See Schleslnger, 
Georg, assignor.) 

.Vktiengesellschaft fiir Stickstoffdunger. (See LOscli. 
Josef, assignor.) 

Aktlengesellschaft fiir StickstoffdBnger. (See Winter, B., 
and Llickerath, assignors.) 

Alabama Asphaltic Limestone Company. (See Conzelman, 
Joseph H., assignor.) 

Aladdin Indu.srries, Incorporated. (See Angelotti. Joseph 
M., assignor.) „ 

Aland. Richard C. (See Fishburn, O. E., Patterson, and 
Aland.) . ,^ , 

Alaska Freezer Co., The. (See Ruttiman, Alfred, as- 
signor.) , ^ ^. 

Alaska Freezer Co., The. (See Townsend, James W., as- 
signor. ) 

Alba Pharmaceutical Company. (See Domagk, Gerhard, 
assignor.) 

Alba Pharmaceutical Company. (See Leffert, H., and 
V.'oldman, assignors.) 

Alba Pharmaceutical Company. (See Taub, L., and 
Leuchs. assignors.) 

Alban, Clarence F. (See Hood. S. R., and Alb.nii.) 

•Uban, Clarence F., and S. R. Hood, assignors to W. M. 
Chace Valve Company, Detroit, Mich. Thermostatic 
valve. 2,109,628 ; Mar. 1. 

Albe Pump Corporation. (See Berman, P., and Harris, 
assignors.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



11 



Alboe, Hugh M., assignor to The Leavitt Machine Com- 
pany, Orange, Mass. Pilot attachment. 2,115,187 ; 

Apr. 26. 
Alben, Frank L. (Sro Sliuniberger, ,T. P., and Alben.) 
Alben, Frank J-.., Pittsburgh, as.signor to Westinghouse 

Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 

Pa. Flexible drive. 2,106,823 ; Feb. 1. 
Alben, Frank L., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 

Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 

Pa. Railway locomotive. 2,128,066 ; Aug. 23. 
Alter, Carl, Nebraska City, Nebr. Scaffold board and 

ladder. 2.118.585 ; May 24. 
Albeiis, Gerliard H. (See Albers, .John R. and G. H.) 
Albers, Gerhard H. (See Umhoefer, J. P., and Albers, 

G. H. and J. R.) 
Albers, Henry. (See Euler, H. V., Albers, and Schlenk.) 
Albers, John K. (See Umhoefer, J. P., and Albers, G. 

H. and J. R.) 
Albers, John R., Sioux City, and G. II. Albers, Cherokee, 

assignors to Wincliarger Corporation, Sioux City, Iowa. 

Propeller shaping machine. 2,122,631 ; July 5. 
Albert, Carl, Wuppertal-Barmen, Germany. Ash recep- 
tacle. 2,107,845 ; Feb. 8. 
Albert, Pierre, and G. Wlckstrom, Evanston, 111. Pro- 
tector for permanent wave treatments. 2,111,539 ; 

Mar. 22. 
Albertoll, John, San Francisco, Calif. Can marker. 

2,111,039 ; Mar. 1.5. 
Albertoli, John, San Francisco, Calif. Peach turner. 

2,120,385 ; June 14. 
Albertoli, John, San Francisco, Ca'lif. Counting device. 

2,137,320; Nov. 22. 
Alberts, Ann A., deceased, New York, N. Y. ; L. N. Alberts, 

executor. Brassi6re. 2.135,094: Nov. I. 
Alberts, Arthur J., Chicago, III. Heading method. 

2,124,022; July 19. 
Alberts, Leon N.. executor. (See Alberts, Ann A.) 
Albertson & Company. (See Albertson, Frans O., as- 
signor.) 
Albert son, Frans O., a-ssignor to Albertson & Company, 

Inc., Sioux City, Iowa. Sanding machine. 2,123,222; 

July 12. 
Albertson, Frans O., assignor to Albertson & Company, 

Inc., Sioux City, Iowa. Abrasive device. 2,132,917 ; 

Oct. 11. 
Albin. Jeremiah W., Babylon, N. Y. Locking device. 

2,110,434; Mar. 8. 
Albin, Jeremiah W., Babylon, N. Y. Latching device. 

2.110.435; Mar. 8. 
Albinl, Albino. (See Marsico, E., and Albini.) 
Albion, Charles M., Boston, assignor to H. B. Morse, 

Wellealey, Mass. Flameproofing composition. 

2,128,392; Aug. 30. 
Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to 

Mergenthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Typographical composing machine. 2,112,127; Mar. 2 J. 
Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to 

Mergenthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

T.vnographical composing ma chine. 2,112,128 ; Mar. 22. 
Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to 

Mergenthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Typographical slug casting machine. 2,123,557; July 

12. 
Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to 

Mergenthaler Ijinotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Typographical slug casting machine. 2,124,664; July 

26. 
Albrecht. Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to 

Mergenthaler Iiinotypo Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Typographical slug casting machine. 2,124,665; Julv 

2ft. 
Albrecht, George F., Saco, Maine. Bolster. 2,104,216; 

Jan. 4. 
Albrecht, Hans. (See Long, II. J., and Albrecht.) 
Albreclil, Herniiinn F., Berlin Kriediichshagen, and L. 10. 

T. Branch, London, lOnghind, assignors, b.v mesne as 

signmentR, to Fasliiiaii Kodak Company, Jersey ("lly, 

N. J. Claw feed mechanism for motion pichirc appa- 

ralUM. 2,130,0.''.0; Nov. 15. 
Albreclil, John H., and C. (J. Yarn, Des .Mdirwn, Iowa. 

Slovc. 2.113,012 ; Apr. 5. 
Albrecht, Karl, licrlinNii'dersclioiicwcide, and II. Hiihlk, 

Berlin Krli'dciiau, mhsIkmoih Io K. Blsli-rfeld, Itadevonii 

wald, (!eriira?iy. Ui'ariiig. 2,121,277; June 21. 
Albrecht, Mlcli.-id 1),, Oinali.i, Nebr. Making cross links 

for (he chains. 2,114,413; Apr. 10. 
Allii'cclil, (Hio. I!a.s<'l, and M. ItoMiniiT and I'', (frloshaber, 

Itielii'ii. ni'ai' Itasi'l, assl^MorN (o I lie llim .Si)cl<My of 

CJK iiilcal liidiiHlry in Manic, I'.aHcl, Swil/.crland. Print- 
ing pri'paialion. 2.128.5'.)!); Aug. .'JO. 
Albrighl, lOilvvard .\,, Iterwyii, asHlgnor Io <;asper8 Tin 

Plate Conipanv, (Milcago, HI. Uven const riK^I Ion. 

2.rj!).(i:!l ; Sept. 13. 
Albrluhl, .lanicH 10., (^oIlltigHwoud, and W. L. Carlson, 

Ihuldonlleld, N. J., aHsigiiorH Io Itadlo ( V)rporjilloii of 

Amei'Ica. Tuning Indicator and dial. 2,12'l,023; July 
19. 
Alhrlghl, Itayinond W., asHignor to .American Anode, Inc., 

Akron, Ohio, 'riierapi'iith'al ai>plliince and ninklng llu- 

Hame. 2,1 OH. 1)3 I ; I''cl). 22. 
Albrighl, Itiiyrnond W., and A. Szegvai'l, MHslgnorH to 

Aniei'Ican y\no(le In<-., Akron, Ohio. I'roleclive coal 

Ing for foolwcar and oilier arllclcM. 2,1 17,532 ; May 17 
Alco ProdiiclH Incorporated. (Heo Barclay, J. M., •nd 
Forbea, umlKnorR.) 



Alco Products, Inc. (See Coghill, Robert W., assignor.) 

Alco Products Incorporated. (See Erter, John H., as- 
signor. ) 

Alco Valve Company. (See Thompson, I'.irke 11.. II, 
assignor. ) 

.\.lcor Manufacturing Company. (See Nielsen, Karl K., 
assignor.) 

Alcorn Combustion Company. (See Nash, Arthur E., as- 
signor.) 

Alcorn Combustion Company. (See Nash, A. 10., and 
Alcorn, assignors.) 

Alcorn Combustion Company. (See Nash, A. E., and 
Shelly, assignors.) 

Alcorn Combu.stion Company. (See Praeger, Frank H., 
assignor.) 

Alcorn, James S. (See Nash, A. E., and Alcorn.) 

Aldeeu, Gedor \V., Kockford, 111., and C. Madsen, assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to Curtis Companies Incorpo- 
rated, Clinton, Iowa. Link chain. 2,131,201; Sept. 
27. 

.Vldeii, Carroll R., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Ex-Cell-O 
Corporation. Fuel injection system. 2,126,709 ; Aug. 
16. 

Alden, Clarence J., Painesville, Ohio. Weather strip. 
2,112,323 ; Mar. 29. 

Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Endless track for half-track 
tractors. 2,118,961 ; May 31. 

Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Automotive driving assembly. 
2,120,594 : June 14. 

Alden, L. Russel, executor. (See Washburn, Edward W.) 

Alden, Milton, Brockton, Mass. Socket for vacuum tubes, 
etc. 2.119,517 ; June 7. 

Alden, Milton, l^.rockton, Mass. Electric connecter. 
2,125,708 : Aug. 2. 

Alden, Milton. Brockton, Mass. Socket for vacuum tubes, 
etc. 2,129.725 ; Sept. 13. 

Alden, Milton, Brockton, Mass. Electrical plug and 
socket. 2,135,267 ; Nov. 1. 

Alden, Reginald ,1., New York, N. Y., assignor to Chapin 
& Neal, Springfield, Mass. Decelerometer. 2,108,791 ; 
I'^eb. 22. 

Alder, Roy F., Holland, Mich. Mirror holder. 2,129,189 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., assignor of one-half to E. D. 
Andrews, Akron, Ohio. Elastic material and making 
same. 2,107,067 ; Feb. 1. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., assignor to Andrews-Alderfer Com- 
pany, Akron, Ohio. Semirigid elastic thread. 
2,112,610 ; Mar. 29. 

Alderman, Brayton A., Atlanta, Ga. Visible bidder. 
2,131,132: Sept. 27. 

Alderman, Eugene R., South Hadlev, !\Iass. Warping ma- 
chine. 2,127,803 ; Aug. 23. 

Alderman, Eugene R., South Hadley, assignor to Foster 
Machine Company, Westfield. Mass. Exhaust detector 
for stop motion mechanism in winding machines. 
2,134,017 ; Oct. 25. 

Alderman, Eugene R., South Iladley, assignor to Foster 
Machine Company, Westfield, Mass. Detector for slop 
motion mechanism in winding machines. 2,134,018; 
Oct. 25. 

Alderson, Taylor, Chnpin, 111. Attachment for combines. 
2,115,662 ; Apr. 26. 

Aldinger, Jacob G., assignor to York Ice Machinery Cor- 
poration, York, Pa. Sealed joint for rotary shafts. 
2.127.151 ; Aug. 16. 

Aldinger, Otto, Stuttgart, Germany. Electric switch. 
2.117,782; May 17. 

Aldington, John N. (See Le Maifeehal, W. II., an<l Al 
lington.) 

Aldred, Jacob W. H., near Sheflfleld, Ala. Making guani- 
dlne salts. 2,114,280 ; Apr. 10. 

Aldrlch, Elbert C, Granby, Mass. Utility implement or 
article, 2,110,040 ; Mar. 8. 

.Mdncli. l'"rank D., Westlield, Mass. Dispensing device. 
2,13I.H."il ; Oct. 4. 

.Mdridge, Arlhur A., assignor of one-half to K. O. Por- 
rance, Pittsburgh, I'a. riiiiip. 2,12.'),011 ; July 20. 

Aldrldge, Blair G.j and 10. (;. Ragatz, assignors to Union 
Oil Company ot California, Los Angeles, Calll". Pre- 
venting corro.slon In the distillation of hydrocarbon 
oil. 2,105,874; Jan. IS. 

Aldrldge, lUalr (i.. l.os .Vngeh-s, and It. Hopper. Pnlos 
N'l'rdcM lOstales, assignors to Union Oil Company of Oalt- 
fornla, Los Angiles, (.'allf. Process and apparatus (or 
d.'waxing oils. -',109,125; Feb. 2L'. 

.VIi'Milte Corporal!. in. (See Davis, lOrnest W., assignor.) 

Alescl. .lack, Imiii Sam liouslon, Tex. Kidliig bout. 

2,1. '12. 0116; Oct. 4. 
AlexaiidiT, Allci" II. et al. (See Marshall, ICdwiird \V., 
asHlgnor. ) 

.McNaiidrr, Clmrli-H T.. I.vnbr»M>k, N. V. Noun<IUInbI* 
bottle ciodure. 2,13H.l(ltl ; Nov. 29. 

.Mexander, riainli' II . Cuyahoga FhIIh, Ohio, asslKiior (o 

The It. I'. (J lihh Comiuiny. New York. N. Y. Vul 

eanl/atlon iif plaHtle producta. 2,117,501; May 17. 
Ali-xandi-r, Ci)r\vlii S.. Imllaiiapolls, Ind. .Maniiailv pro 
IM-IIrd inerllM v.'id.l.- :'. I 11 .•.Vl.t : D.e. 27. 

Ali'xiindi'r, David 'I'., WlndNor, Ontario, Canada. Itall 
elnnii.. 2. H1.K7II; Dec, 20. 

Alexanilor, Uonnld F. (S<>«« Onndor, U. U., and Alexnndor.) 
Ali'xiuulur, DouuUl V. (Hoo Hull, II. I)., and Ali>xaml»r.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Alexander, Donald F., C. F. Henney, and C. L. Panlus, 
assignors to General Motors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. 
Refrigerating apparatus. 2,104,148 ; Jan. 4. 

Alexander, Donald F., C. L. Paulus, and C. F. Henney, 
assignors to General Motors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. 
Refrigerating apparatus. 2,104,381 ; Jan. 4. 

Alexander, Donald F., C. P. Henney, and C. L. Paulus, 
assignors to General Motors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. 
Refrigerating apparatus. 2,104,382 ; Jan. 4. 

Alexander. Donald P., and G. C. Pearce, assignors to 
General iNIotors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Refrig- 
erating apparatus. 2,118,636 ; May 24. 

Alexander, Edith F., llaverford, Fa. Combined hat and 
handbag. 2,122,171 ; June 28. 

Alexander, Elisha E., Chicago, 111. Elevator plate mech- 
anism. 2,120,081 ; June 7. 

Alexander, George W., Boston, assignor to Thorudike En- 
gineering Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Bottle cap 
closure. 2.130,609 ; Sept. 20. 

Alexander, Harold M., assignor to Libbey-Owens-Pord 
Glass Company, Toledo, Ohio. Display apparatus. 
2,118,131 ; May 24. 

Alexander, Harold W., Victoria, British Columbia, 
Canada. Tool cutting machine equipped with resist- 
ance mechanism. 2,130,528 : Sept. 20. 

Alexander, Irving, et al. (See Bailey, John J., as- 
signor.) 

Alexander, James N., Birmingham, Ala. Saw clanip- 
2,118,876 ; May 31. 

Alexander, James N., Birmingham, Ala. Saw tooth 
setter. 2,123,296; July 12. 

Alexander, James \\'., Birmingham, England. Manufac- 
ture of metal cutting tools. 2,130,710 ; Sept. 20. 

Alexander, Johan W., assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeilam- 
penfabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. Radio receiv- 
ing set for alternating current supplies. 2,114.010 ; 
Apr. 12. 

.\lexander. Johan W., assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloei- 
lampeufabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. Device for 
converting direct current into alternating current. 
2,141,369 ; Dec. 27. 

Alexander, John D., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Ameri- 
can Foundry Equipment Company, Mishawaka, Ind. 
Jlethod and apparatus for cleaning by abrasive action. 
2,135,550; Nov. 8. 

Alexander, John F.. et al. (See Grantham, James, as- 
signor.) 

Alexander, John R., Newark, N. J. Barrel and drum 
cleaning device. 2,119,192 ; May 31. 

Alexander, John W., assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeilamp- 
enfabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. Device for trans- 
forming direct current into alternating current. 
2 137 375 * Nov. 22 

Alexander, Jule, New York, N. Y. Slide bracket for a 
movable half window. 2,113,125 ; Apr. 5. 

Alexander, Lowell M., Cincinnati. Ohio, assignor to Nutone 
Chimes Inc., New York, N. Y. Musical chime. 
2,133,911 ; Oct. 18. 

Alexander, Lyle T. (See Shaw, T. M., and Alexander.) 

Alexander, Oskar M., Bad Bramstedt, Germany. Track 
body. 2,117,280 ; May 17. 

Alexander, Ralph E. (See Rubin, M., and Alexander.) 

Alexander, Reginald L. (See David, Eugene S., assignor.) 

Alexander, Samuel. Hartford, Conn. Pillow rest. 
2,131,609; Sept. 27. 

Alexander, Stanford, New York, N. Y., assignor to Sainn 
& Co., Inc. Sportswear. 2,112,874 ; Apr. 5. 

Alexander, William. (See Reynolds, H. E., and Alex- 
ander.) 

Alexander. William J., Cora, Wyo. Wire stretcher and 
splicer. 2,130.477 : Sept. 20. 

Alexanderson, Ernst P. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric valve circuits. 
2,104,633: Jan. 4. 

Alexanderson, Ernst P. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric valve converting 
system. 2,122,271 ; June 28. 

Alexanderson, Ernst P. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignm- 
to General Electric Company. Discharge lamp svstem. 
2,135,268; Nov. 1. a i . 

Alexanderson, Ernst P. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Cable for transmitting 
electric power. 2,141,894 : Dec. 27. 

Alexandersson, Harald V., Stockholm, and K. H. Blom- 
berg, Appelviken, assignors to Telefonaktiebolaget D. 
M. Ericsson, Stockholm, Sweden. Switching arrange- 
ment in coin collectors for telephone systems. 2,133,523 • 
Oct. 18. 

Alexandrescu, Alexander M., Cleveland, Ohio. Piston for 
internal combustion engines. 2,110,316; Mar. 8. 

Alexopoulos, Demetrios G., Milwaukee, Wis. Washing 
machine. 2,126,365 ; Aug. 9. 

Alfaro, Heraclio, Boston, Mass. Fuel iujeciion device 
for internal combustion engines. 2,110,116; Mar. 1. 

.Mfaro, Heraclio, Boston, Mass. Scavenging means for 
internal combustion engines. 2,126,860; Aug. 16. 

Alfaro, llcraclio, Boston, Mass. Air-cooled Internal com- 
bustion engine. 2,140,397 ; Dec. 13. 

Alford, Andrew, assignor to Mackay Radio and Telegraph 
Company, N(!W York, N. Y. Antenna system. 2,127,198 • 
Aug. 16. 

Alford, Andrew, assignor to Mackay Radio and Tele- 
graph Company, New York, N. Y. High frequency radio 
repeater. 2,134,278; Oct. 25. 



Alfred, Clarence J., Orange, N. J., assignor to The 

American Sugar Refining Company, New York, N. Y. 

Container. 2,113,927 ; Apr. 12. 
Alfred, Clarence J., Orange, N. J., assignor to The 

American Sugar Refining Company, New York, N. Y. 

Carton. 2,129,980; Sept. 13. 
Alfreds, Torris H. (See Krein, P. T., and Alfreds,) 
Alfter, Josef, assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeilampenfab- 

riekeu, Eindhoven, Netherlands. X-ray tube. 2,108,573 ; 

Feb. 15. 
Algee, Lucian C, Atlanta, Ga. Windmill. 2,137,559 ; 

Nov. 22. 
Alger, Allen E., Lorain, Ohio, assignor to National Tube 

Company. Tube mill. 2,132,552 ; Oct. 11. 
Alger, Lee M. (See Dukelow, A., and Alger.) 
Algin Corporation of America. (See Le Gloahec, V. C. E., 

and Herter, assignors.) 
Alimaras, Constantino, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 

controlling vehicular traffic by radio. 2,128,067 ; Aug. 

Alison, Noah L., assignor to American Blower Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Hydraulic coupling. 2,139,107 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Alkin, Thomas T., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 
Power chisel apparatus. 2,124,024 ; July 19. 

All, Fred H., Allendale, S. C. Asparagus basket. 
2,115,451 ; Apr. 26. 

Allain, Maximiliano C, and C. W. Tracy, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Pood compound. 2,118,391 ; May 24. 

Allaire, Roy L. (,Sec Keddy, It. A., and Allaire i 

Allan, Benjamin W., assignor to American Zirconium 
Corporation, Baltimore, Md. Hydrolysis of titanium 
salt solutions. 2,133,941 ; Oct. 25. 

Allan, Frederick W., Batavia, N. Y. Excavating machine. 
2,114,327; Apr. 19. 

Allan, John. (See Wainwright, J. A., and Allan.) 

Allan, John C. (See Stokes, R. O., and Allan, assignor.) 

Allan, John E., Prenton, Birkenhead, England. Means 
for distributing electrical energy and fluids. 2,111,019 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Allan, William, Jr. (See Phillips, A. H., and Allan.) 

Allard, Arthur R., Drexel Hill, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh. 
Pa. Machine for blading turbine elements. 2,130,478 ; 
Sept. 20. 

Allard, Pierre J. M. T., Sainte Adresse, assignor to So- 
ciete Francaise de Construction de Bennes Automati- 
ques, Le Havre-Graville, France. Apparatus for the 
operation of grabs, buckets, and the like. 2,110,566 ; 
Mar. 8. 

Allavena, Riccardo, assignor to Socleta Italiana Pirelli, 
Milan, Italy. Manufacture of zinc oxide. 2,106,394 ; 
Jan. 11. 

AUbright-Nell Co^ The. (See Lundell, Alvin O., assignor.) 

Allee, David A^ Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Supporting structure. 2,119,376 ; May 31. 

Allegemeine Blektricitatz Gesellschaft. (See Neesen, Carl, 
assignor.) 

AUegemiene Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Ziegenbein, 
Wilhelm, assignor.) 

Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation. (See Batcheller. 
Clements, assignor.) 

Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation. (Sec Batcheller. C, 
and Heft, assignors.) 

Allegheny Steel Company. (See Otte, Otho M., assignor.) 

Allegheny Steel Company. (See Scharschu, Charles A., 
assignor.) 

Allegheny Steel Company. (See Scharschu, C. A., and 
Kiefer, assignors.) 

Allegro Company. (See Libovitz, H., Mueller, and 
Pfelffer, assignors.) 

Allen, Albert J., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Metropolitan 
Device Corporation. Meter box. 2,133,944 ; Oct. 25. 

Allen, Bernard J., Blythe Bridge, England. Stabiii/.'i i.i 
vehicles. 2,113,071 ; Apr. 5. 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Heinrlch, Konrad, as- 
signor.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Megow, George E., as- 
signor.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Wilms, Gustav O., as- 
signor.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Wilms, G. O., and Peter- 
sen, assignors.) 

Allen, Carlton H., Glens Palls, N. Y. Thin stock process 
and apparatus for making paper. 2,122.394 ; July 5. 

Allen, Charles M., Maricopa County, Ariz. Sanitarv lava- 
tory. 2,116,133 ; May 3. 

Allen, Charles M., Miles City, Mont. Lamb-coat. 
2,131,495; Sept. 27. 

Allen, Clifford E. (See Wagner, C. P., and Allen.) 

Allen, Earl H. (See Ely, C. G., and Allen.) 

Allen, Earl M., Edgewood, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Controlling appa- 
ratus for highway crossing signals. 2,124,046 ; July 19. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Remote indication appara- 
tus. 2,131,208; Sept. 27. 

Allen, Earl M.. and C. A. Brooks, Swissvale, and H. A. 
Thompson, Edgewood, assignors to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic con- 
trolling apparatus. 2,117,691 ; May 17. 

Allen, Earl M., Swissvale, and E. G. Little, Wilkinsburg, 
assignors to The Union Switch & Signal Company. Swiss- 
vale, Pa. R.ailway switch operating apparatus. 
2,130,444; Sept. 20. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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A lien, Edward B., deceased, by J. W. Allen, administratrix, 
Newtown, M. D. Knox, Devon, and H. C. Faulkner, 
Long Hill, Conn., assignors to Tlie Singer Manufactur- 
ing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Buttonhole sewing ma- 
chine. 2,107.270 ; Feb. 8. 

Allen, Edward B., deceased, by J. W. Allen, administratrix, 
Newtown, M. D. Knox, Devon, and H. C. Faulkner, 
Long Hill, Conn., assignors to The Singer Manufactur- 
ing Company, Elizabefh, N. J. Zigzag stitch-forming 
mechanism for sewing machines. 2,107,271 ; Feb. 8. 

Allen, Edward M., Barberton, Ohio, assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Plate Glass Company, Allegheny County, Pa. 
Making a pigment. 2,111,379 ; Mar. 15. 

Allen, Edward M., Barberton, and G. M. Lynn, deceased, 
by E. P. Lynn, administratrix, Wadsworth, Ohio, as- 
signors to Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. Producing 
finely divided calcium carbonate which does not ag- 
glomerate. 2,140,375 ; Dec. 13. 

Allen, Edward R., Summit, N. J., and G. Lutz, Rocky 
River, Ohio, assignors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours and Company. Making an iron 
compound of nitroso-beta-naphthol. 2,127,374 ; Aug. 16. 

Allen, Edward W., Jr., Washington, D. C. High speed 
facsimile recording device. 2,133,181 ; Oct. 11. 

Allen Electric & Equipment Co. (See Allen, Gerald H., 
assignor.) 

Allen, George M., Swarthmore, and G. C. Barton, Chester, 
Pa., assignors, by mesne assignments, to American Vis- 
cose Corporation. Spinneret and producing the same. 
2,139,568 ; Dec. 6. 

Allen, Gerald H., assignor to Allen Electric & Equipment 
Co., Kalamazoo, Mich, Method of and apparatus for 
testing ignition coils. 2,135,269 ; Nov. 1. 

Allen, Glenn L., Jr., Antioch, Calif., assignor to Great 
Western Electro-Chemical Company. Manufacture of 
nitromethano. 2,117.931 ; May 17. 

Allen, Harold E., assignor to The Bristol Company, Water- 
bury, Conn. Telemetering device. 2,134,467 ; Oct. 
25. 

.\l)pn. Hnrry B., Highland Park, Mich. Metal suction tip. 
2,128.200; Aug. 23. 

Allen, Harry B., Highland Park, Mich. Suction tip. 
2,132,283 ; Oct. 4. 

Allen, Herbert, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Aber- 
cromble Pump Company, Houston, Tex. Pump. 
2,105,067; Jan. 11. 

Allen, Herbert, assignor to Abercrombie Pump Company, 
Houston, Tex. Pipe holding device. 2,117,783 ; May 
17. 

Allen, Herbert, assignor to Abercroiiihie Pump Co., Hous- 
ton, Tex. Relief valve. 2.141,835: Dec. 27. 

Allen, Herbert W. (See Wright, H. C„ and Allen.) 

Allen, Howard C, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Liquid dispenser. 2,111,040 ; Mar. 15. 

Allen, Howard E., Nutley, N. J., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Incandescent lamp. 2,140,977 ; Dec. 20. 

.Mien, Hugh E., assignor of one-half to A. G. McCaleb, 
Kvanston, 111. Treatment of meats with proteolytic 
enzymes. 2,140,781 ; Dec. 20. 

Allen, Irving R., near Wheaton, 111. Hand plate. 
2.110,542; Mar. 8. 

Allen, J. Weston, et al. (See Estes, Joseph H., assignor.) 

Allen. .Tames O., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Bendix Prod- 
ucts Corporal ion, South Bend, Ind. Carburetor. 
2,120.970; June 21. 

Allen, James U., Glendale, Calif. Advertising apparatus. 
2,106.335 : Jan. 25. 

Allen, John B. (See Dykes, John L. O., assignor.) 

Allen, John E., Miami, Fla. Cleaning device. 
2,137,300: Nov. 22. 

Allen, Josei)Ii W,, assignor to Eclipse Aviation Corixirii- 
tion. East Orange, N. J. Engine starting ai)i)aratiis. 
2,111,331 : Dec. 27. 

Allen, Joseph W., assignor to Eclipse Aviation Cori)ora- 
tlon. lOast Orange, N. J. Dynamo electric machine. 
2.1 12,007 : Dec. 27, 

Allen. Josephine W., administratrix. (See Allen, E. I'.., 
Knox, and Faulkner.) 

-Mien, Kenneth B., Dnvlon, Ohio. Method of and ap- 
parntus for trentmeni of fluids. 2,128,303; Aug. 30. 

,\llcn, Le Hoy V., Ilohokns, N. J. Device for Increasing 
and decreanlng road cleiiiiince of vehicles and an ad- 
justable anchor. 2.1 41 .78 I : Dec. -JT. 

Allen, Lfwln J., Cleveland, Ohio. Insect trapping and 
exterminating device. 2,116,092: May 3. 

Allen, Matt, St. Charles, Va. Kail bender. 2,128,225; 
Aug. 30. 

.Allen, Morris F., Shreveport, Ln. Road grading machine. 
2,128,880 : .Sept. 0. 

Allen, Klurray, Raleigh, N. C. Dispenser. 2,135,378; 
Nov. 1. 

Allen, Paul A., {'orlliind, and M. WomeldorlT, Homer, 
anslgnorM to Cortland ljln(> Company, Inc., Cortland, 
N. Y. Holder for tlshllne colls nnil the like. 2,124,512 ; 
Julv 19. 
MIeii, I'liul 10., Nllen Center, III. Teething device 
2,115,405 : Ai)r. 20. 

Allen, I'lMil K., Nllen Cenler, III. Bolllc holder 
2, 131. 7-16 ; Nev. 1. 

Allen, Itiiymond P., Akron, Ohio. Tobacco and treating 
finmo. 2,114,281 ; Apr. 10. 

Allen. Hiiyinond W. (See Stevens, H. D., jithI Allen ) 



Allen, Robert C, Wauwatosa, Wis., assignor to Murray 
Iron Works Company, Burlington, Iowa. Valve. 
2,104,502 ; Jan. 4. 

.illen, Ross E. (See Betterton, J. O., Phillips, and Allen, i 

Allen, Roy M., Bloomfield, N. J. Traffic signal. 
2,121,772 ; June 28. 

Allen, Roy O., Athens, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. LocKlng device. 2,108,032 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Allen, Roy O., Athens, Pa., assignor to Ingenoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Hose coupling. 2,132,506 ; 
Oct. 11. 

Allen, S. L., & Co. (See Bowen, James M.. assignor.) 

Allen, Samuel W., Hudson, Ohio. Simultaneously wash- 
ing and coating coal. 2,138,825 ; Dec. 6. 

Allen, Samuel W., Hudson, Ohio. Fuel and compositions 
of matter for treating solid carbonaceous fuel. 
2,139,398 ; Dec. 6. 

.4.1len, Scott E., Glen Ridge, assignor to C-O-Two Fire 
Equipment Company, Newark, N. J. Valve. 2,130,333; 
Sept. 20. 

Allen, Scott E., Glen Ridge, assignor to C-O-Two Fire 
Equipment Company, Newark, N. J. Testing meant 
for fire protection systems. 2,132,918; Oct. 11. 

.\llen, Simeon C, Newton, assignor to Health Researcb 
Found.Ttion. Inc.. Boston. Mass. Treating biologic 
material. 2,134,679 ; Nov. 1. 

Allen, Solly & Company. (See Taylor, George, assignor.) 

Allen, Thomas F., Watsonville, Calif. Basket-tipping ap 
paratus. 2,129,394; Sept. 6. 

.\llon, Thomas F., Watsonville, Calif. Handling liarve.'^t 
ing apparatus. 2,136,068 ; Nov. 8. 

Allen, Thomas W., and J. H. Senior, Philadelphia: W. F 
Bokum, Jenkintown, Pa. ; and H. B. Riehl, Newton 
Highlands, Mass., assignors to Proctor & Schwartz, 
Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Carding machine. 
2,115,605 ; Apr. 26. 

Allen Wales Adding Machine Corporation. (See Lambert, 
Harry L., assignor.) 

Allen, Wallace T. (See Jackson, J. G., and Radley.) 

Allen, William H. (See Burke, W. E., Allen, Peet, Ritchie, 
and Gale.) 

.\llen, William R., Ill, assignor to United American 
Bosch Corporation, Springfield, Mass. .Mounting for 
tubular articles. 2,108,398; Feb, 15. 

Allen, William R., Ill, assignor to United American Bosch 
Corporation, Springfield. Mass. Mounting device for 
tubular articles. 2,108,399 ; Feb. 15. 

Allen. William W. (See Mills, L. E., and Allen.) 

.Vllen, William W., Jacksonville, Fla. Twin-fan structure. 
2,108,738 ; Feb. 15. 

Allendorf, Adam, Forest Hills, N. T. Feeding device. 
2,105,008; Jan. 11. 

Allensworth, Harry R., Columbus, Ohio. Electrical com- 
munication network. 2,134,690; Nov. 1. 

.\lIensworth, Harry R., Columbus, Ohio. Electric com- 
munication network. 2,134,691 ; Nov. 1. 

Allensworth. Harry R., Columbus, Ohio. Selector-trans- 
lator. 2.1,39,655: Dec. 13. 

Aller, DIctinlo. (See Corsico-Plccollnl, H., and Aller.) 

Aller, Willis F. (See Poock, L. F., and Aller.) 

Aller, Willis F., assignor to The Sheffield Gage Corpora- 
tion, Dayton, Ohio. Measuring Instrument. 2,139,251 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Allergia Products Company. (See Berenson, Julius 1.., 
assignor.) 

Allers, Harry W., et al. (See Preston, Gerald H,, as- 
signor.) 

AUes, Francis P., Buflfalo, N. T., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to B. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Celluloslc structure and preparing 
same. 2,123.493; July 12. 

Alles, Frank P., Buffalo, and D. H. Edwards, Kenmore, 
N. y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, D. C. Manu- 
facture of nonflbrous sheets and films. 2,115,132; Apr. 
26. 

Alles, Gordon A. (See Calvert, R., Dern, and Alles.) 

Alles, Richard, Mannheim, assignor to I. O. Farbenlndus- 
trle Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Maln, Ger- 
many. Water-soluble condensation products and pro- 
ducing same. 2,122,124; June 28. 

Alles, RIclinrd, Mannheim, assignor to I. G. FiirhenlnduB- 
trle AktIengesellHchaft, Frankfort-on-the-Maln, Ger- 
many. Waler-soluble condensation products and pro- 
ducing Slime. 2,122,125 ; June 28. 

AUgemelne lOloklrlcltatz Gesellschnlt. (.Soo Agrlcoln. 
Alfred, assignor.) 

AUgemelne lOleUtrlzltats, Gcsellschiift. (See Andem. 
(iuldo, assignor.) 

.Vllgi'melni' KIcklrlillMl/. (;isi'llschnll. { Se.> Itrdcho. 
Ernst, nsHlgnor. ) 

Allgemlenc Elektrlcllati Gescllschaft. (Sec KrU-<lerU'h. 
10., and Klose, nsslgnors.) 

Allg<-melne ICIekl rlcllals (ieHellNcIiaft. (Se«> Kdnlg, Erwin, 
HHslgnor. ) 

Allgemoino ElektrlcUntB Oesellschaft. (So<< Meyer, Wll 
fred, assignor.) 

.MIgemeliii' 1')lcklrlcltatn GoBellflchnft. (Seo Scliwelmer. 
KIniis r., MNHlgiior. ) 

AUgemelne ElektrlcllHts Ge«ellH(luift. (Siv Welgl. I'llul. 
nsslgnor. ) 

AUgemelne lOleklrlcltatT: C'sellHcIiufi (.See W.-mscU II.t 
iiinnn, nRHlgnor.) 



14 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Wiegand, E., 

Meyer, and Pulfricli, assignors.) 
Aligeuieine Elektricitatz Gesellschaft. (See WohUartU, 

O., and de Nlem, assignors.) 
Allgopwer, A. J., et al. (See Gorbatenko, Dimitri L., 

assignor. ) 
Alliance Machine Company, The. (See Xanney, George 

W., assignor.) 
Allied Engineering Company. (See KaptuUer, Alexander 

F., assignor.) 
Allied Medical & Orthopedic Supply Co. (See Hawley, 

George W.) 
Allied Mills. Inc. (See Hasbrouck, Frank F., assignor.) 
Allied Products Corporation. (See Richard, Clement C, 

assignor.) 
Allin. George S., Seattle, Wash., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Gar Wood Industries, Inc., Detroit, 
Mich. Scraper. 2,111,134: Mar. 15. 
Allin, George S., assignor to Isaacson Iron Works, Inc., 
Seattle, Wash. Tandem truck vehicle. 2,117,784 ; May 
17. 
Allin, George S., Seattle, Wash., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Gar Wood Industries, Inc., Detroit, MIcli. 
Bulldozer. 2,12.5,481 ; Aug. 2. 
Allin, George S., Seattle, Wash., and T. P. Flynn, Portland, 

Oreg. Bulldozer. 2.108,4ilfi ; Feb. lo. 
Allin, George S., and F. V. Bistrom, Seattle, Wash. Tan- 
dem wheel truck. 2,124.047 ; July 19. 
Allin, George S.. Seattle, Wash., and T. P. Flynn, Port- 
land, Oreg. Bulldozer. 2,134,019 ; Oct. 25. 
Ailing, Vincent B. (See CampbeU, W. R., and AlUng.) 
Allingham, Ralph R., White I'lains, assignor to The Bar- 
rett Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for mix- 
ing volatile liquids with solid materials. 2,122,551 ; 
July 5. 
Allis-Chalmers Jlanufacturing Company. (See Ainsworth, 

Chester D., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Charley, 

Walter G., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Dahl- 

strand, Hans P., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Flamm, 

Joseph, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Giger, W., 

and Peter, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Gutzwiller, 

Walter E., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Hull. 

M. R., Morrow, and Casto, assignors.) 
Allis-Chahners Manufacturing Company. (See Journeaus, 

Didier, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Martin, 

Charles R., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, (See Metz, Ora 

F., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Newhou.«e. 

R. C, and De Wein, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Nichols, 

Beverly R., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Nichols, 

Xiouis C, assignor.) 
Allis-Clialmers Manufacturing Company. (Sep I'fau. 

Arnold, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See King, 

.Toseph J., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Ring, J. J., 

Nichols, and Pfau, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Wilkin- 
son, Nathan, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Winograd, 

Harold, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Young, 

A. C. and Jorgensen, assignors.) 
Allis, Robert T., Springfield, assignor to The Standard 
Corset Company, Holyoke, Mass. Garment. 2,123,919 ; 
July 19. 
Allison. Charles F., Corpus Christi, Tex. Collapsible 

blind or shade. 2,118,134 ; May 24. 
Allison, Harvey M. (See Bath, S. W., and Allison,) 
Allison, Jesse H., El Paso, Tex. Separator. 2,110,654 : 

Mar. 8. 
Allison, Kenneth C. (See Dressel, U. M., Allison, and 

Slastney.) 
Allison, Kenneth C, Arlington Heights^ 111. Morliod of 
and apparatus for dispensing fluids. 2,134.772 : Nov. 1. 
Allison. Kenneth C, Arlington Heights, assignor to Oak 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Index mecha- 
nism. 2,115,245 ; Apr. 26. 
Allison, Kenneth C, Arlington Heights, assignor to Oak 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Switch. 
2,128,279 : Aug. 30. 
Allison, Kenneth C, Arlington Heights, and E. J. 
Mastney, Berwvn, assignors to Oak Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Index mechanism. 2,130,219 : 
Sept. 13. 
Allison, Leslie R., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swlssrale, Pa. Railway 
signaling. 2,123,922; July 19. 
Allison. Sowell W., West Orange, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Tclepliono system. 2.115,133: Apr. 26. 
Allison, William D., assignor to Hudson Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Wheel suspensions. 2,106,291 ; 
Jan. 25. 



Allison, William M., New York. N. Y. Effecting bac- 
tericidal action by the aid of chlorine. 2,106,513; 
Jan. 25. • . . 

Allman, Joseph, Chicago, 111., assignor, by me.«ne assign- 
ments, to J. Allman, trustee. Padlo'ck. 2,132,201 • 
Oct. 4. 

Allman, Joseph, trustee. (See Allman, Joseph, assignor.) 

Allnian, Richard M., San Francisco, Calif. Artist's color 
mixing dish. 2,124,810 ; .July 26. 

Allmanna Svenska Elekstriska Aktiebolaget. (See Ericson, 
TmI.«. assignor.) 

Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Forssell 
H., and Ofverholm, assignors.) 

Alliiiiinna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Lamm, 
Uno, assignor.) 

Alhne, Carl T , Meadville, Pa., assignor to Spaide Shirt 
Company Garment presser. 2,121,849 : June 28. 

Allme, Carl T., Meadville, Pa., assignor to Spaide Shirt 
Company^^ Garment presser. 2,121.850: June 28. 

All Metal Products Company. (See Brethen, C. A., and 
Gora, assignors.) 

.411occa. Saverio. (See Pekrol, John, assignor.) 

Alloys Company, The. (See Newell. Minton H., assignor.) 

Allred James C^ Jamestown, assignor to Tomlinson of 

?i^a r,??'°*<J ^iijford County, N. C. Table device. 
i,lz9,u41 ; Sept. 6. 
Allred, Samuel M., Dayton, Ohio. Variable pitch pro- 
peller for airplanes or the like. 2.113.43s- Apr 5 
if^Pv J'^?°J?^^^ ^?*^ "^•- ^- Sibson, assignors to The 
Philadelphia Drying Machinery Company, Philadelphia 

2,l'2i 2r6^Yune^21^ '^'"^'°" machines or the like: 

All Steel Welded Truck Corporation. (See Clark, Harry 
1., assignor.) 

^ WM^tM' ^""°'^'' ^'- ^^^^ ^°n- P- H., and AI!.<=- 

'^^T^Pinmo??^ ^-^f^f '^^?' }° Master-Craft Corporation, 

?117?265 °'May'l7 "" *"" ^°°^^ sheet holder! 

^i7?i„ ^^°^ h-r- assignor to Master-Craft Corporation 

?ofier''^2°i3S. iT2r' '''''''' °^ '°^- ^•^"^ 

aIIISl. ^T?^^'^ S.( See. Harvey, James W., assignor.) 
Allyne, Edmund E., assignor to Allyne Laboratories Inc 

Cleveland, Ohio. Brine tank. 2,114.204; Apr 12 
Allyne Edmund E. and W. J. Guzik, Cleveland, Ohio 
., Condenser unit. 2,108,360: Feb. 15. ^u.kjuio. 

sT^oO '"""^*°"^^' ^^'^' ^ Allyne, Edmund E.. as- 
^'^^J.^^j-.^^o^^^OTles. Inc. (See Gruber, Edward, as- 

Aim, KarlM., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor to L Scruggs 

Junl^l.^ City, Mo. Shaving "apparatus. Re. 20 765 ! 

^^/.i^.l*""^^^'^^"''*''^ Company. (See Kerngood, Allen H. 

Alma Motor Company. (See Smith. Charles D . assienor ) 
A marc. Inc. (See Hodgkins. Albert A., ass gnorT 
^£! ^^'J^""; Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Midland 
Steel Products Company, Cleveland, Ohio AdiustaWe 
Ai^T,^°',^-^°'" ''°r\^ riveting fixtures. 2.105 391; Jan 11 
^l™dae Einar Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Mid and 

rait' ^2":?i^,<ll2??JSr^8 ^''^"''^"''' ^^^«- ^LsAt 

^^^Il^\%^'^'^h Detroit. Mich., assignor to The Midl<ind 

fr';^V'^T"41%3?f're?.''2-^'""'-''"^^- '^•^'^- -^-^'^olt 

Almen, John O^ Royal Oak, assignor to General Motors 

CoiToration, Detroit, Mich. Coltrol means for torodal 

2?fl3,6ll1 A'pf^^l2.^°"^'- ^^«----«n mec'hSiS' 

Almen, John O., Royal Oak, assignor to General Motors 

Corporation. Detroit, Mich. Cooling traismis^fnn 

rollers. 2,131,159 • Sept 27 ^""""s irunsmission 

^^^^Vir "^"^^ °- ^''•I^^ 0»'^'- ai"^ H. Hawkins, Highland 
Park, assignors, by mesne assignments, to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich Control for vkr^nwi 
speed power transmissions. 2,131,157 "seDto/ 

Almen, John O., Royal Oak, and J. Ehr'lich De'troit n« 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Geneml Moto4" 
Corporation, Detroit. Mich. Continuously var^Ihl^ 
transmission. 2,131,158- Sept 27 ' variable 

'^'lS2il?;,H'^''^2'^'' ^i ^'ashville,' Tenn. Separating ole- 
mental phosphorus from mpurities 2 1 ?5 4<?fi • Va,. q 

?unTi4^'"'' ^•' ^^'""'°' '^^^'^- Vanitfcale^^2,i20?8M ; 

-Vliiutt, Jl'arvin, assignor to Boeine Aircraft ^'«mr^o„„ 

fla "si. ^^'^^^- ^"'"^^^ trimli^r^aircraft." 241^^998'^i 

'^}°K Corporation. (See Bnrwell, Arthur W asqifrnnr ^ 

'^^^ign"^"??""'" Company. (See Cann"n,'^WiS°^';v' 

^'S'fe!''fn1f l^ch^^)^^^'' ^^'^"'- ^' ^V. II.. do Ho.r. 

^'il06,4^20 ;Tan^-25^"™* ^"^«' ^^ «• ^^^"^ Axtnre. 

Alquist, Francis N. (See Stops'?pr <! nr „„. ., . 

Alsing, Carl P., SprinXld Mn.'f' n<;si4or"7o fv^i^i^^-^ 
house Electric & Manufacturing' ComMnv F«,t PiVlf" 
burgh, Pa. Flow restrictor 2 1 ^4^19 • ^„t or ^*"®" 

Alstadt, Benjamin E and si? F.,^t^. V ^%- 25- 
Marionette fign°e!'--2""3l.209; 'k'^t zt""'' ^'"■''- ^- ^■ 

^'fuly- li!^"^^*^ ^- Tmesdale,W??.*yoist. 2,123,923; 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



15 



Alston, Charles H. T., Sidmouth, Devon, England. Com- 
bustion engine. 2,110,754; Jlar. 8, 
Alt, Cornelius A., Newburgh, N. T., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Treatment of fabrics. 2,127,320; Aug. 16. 
Altemus, James D., Roslyn, N. Y. Trap and mounting 

therefor. 2,136,034; Nov. 8. 
Altemus, James D., Roslyn, and A. W. R. J. Moeller, 
New York, N. Y. ; said iMooller assignor to said Altemus. 
Trap mounting. 2,136,035 ; Nov. 8. 
Altenburgor, Ernst, assignor to Mauser-Werke A.-G., 
Oberndorf on the NecUar, Germany. Barrel-holding de- 
vice for automatic pistols. 2.107,359; Feb. 8. 
Altenburger, Ernst, assignor to Mauser-Werke A.-G., 
Oberndorf-on-the-Neckar, Germany. Safety device for 
firearms. 2,110,317 ; Mar. 8. 
Altenkirch, Edmund, Neuenhagen, near Berlin, Germany. 

Di-ying and cooling apparatus. 2,138,684 ; Nov. 29. 
Altenkirch, Edmund. Neuenhagen, near Berlin, Germany. 

Refrigerating apparatus. 2,138,685 ; Nov. 29. 
Altenkirch, Edmund, Neuenhagen, near Berlin. Germany. 
Intermittent absorption refrigerating apparatus. 
2,138,686 ; Nov. 29. 
Altenkirch, Edmund. Neuenhagen, near Beilin, Germany. 

Water accumulator. 2,138,687 ; Nov. 29. 
Altenkirch, Edmund, Neuenhagen, near Berlin, Gennany. 
Method and apparatus for the production of cold. 
2,338,688; Nov. 29. 
Altenkirch, Edmund, Neuenhagen, near Berlin, Germany. 
Gaining water out of the atmosphere. 2,138,089 ; Nov. 
29. 
Altenkirch. Edmund, Neuenhagen, near Berlin, Germany. 

Dehumidification of air. 2,138,690 ; Nov. 29. 
Altenkirch, Edmund, Neuenhagen, near Berlin, Germany. 
Method and apparatus for conditioning air. 2,138,691 ; 
Nov. 29. 
Altenkirch, Edmund, Neuenhagen, near Berlin, assignor 
to Siemens-Schiickertwerke Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin- 
Slemensstadt, Germany. Apparatus and process for 
conditioning air or the like. Re. 20,933 : Nov. 29. 
Alter, Horace J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Refillable pencil. 

2,119,410; May 31. 
Alterman, Joseph. (See Kosman, J., and Alterman.) 
Alterthum, Hans, and M. Pirani, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, 
Germany, assignors to General Electric Company. Gas- 
eous electric discharge device. 2.135.601 : Nov. 8. 
AltgPlt, Herman E., South Bend, Ind., assignor to Oliver 
Farm Equipment Company. Tractor Implement. 
2,127,579 ; Aug. 23. 
Altgelt, Herman E., South Bend, Ind., assignor to Oliver 
Farm Equipment Company. Air cleaner. 2,133,316 ; 
Oct. 18. 
Altgelt, Herman E. and R. J., South Bend, Ind., as- 
signors to Oliver Farm E<iuipment Company. Potato 
digger chain. 2,107,021 ; Feb. 1. 
Altgelt, Rudolph J. (See Altgelt, Ilornian 10. and R. J.) 
Altheide, Henry C, Qulncy, 111. Scalp oiler. 2,123,558; 

July 12. 
Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment of hydrocarbons. 
2.105,515; Jan. 18. 
Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universnl Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Radiant heat furnace. 
2,11§,224 ; Mar. 29. 
Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universal Oil Products Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Conversion of hydrocarbon oils. 
2,114,515; Apr. 19. 
Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Hydrocarbon oil conversion. 
2,115,606; Apr. 20. 
Alther. Joseph G., assignor to Univcr.snl Oil I'roducts 
Company. Chlcngo, 111. Continuous coking of hydro- 
carbon oils. 2,140,276; Dec. 13. 
AltholT, Lawrence A., Chicago, 111. Combination heating 

and cooking stove. 2.110.641 ; Mar. 8. 
AlthofT, Lnwrrnce A., Chicago, 111. Combination heating 

and cooking stove. 2,114,772; Apr. 19. 
Altmayer, Frank, assignor to Willard Storage Battery 
Compjiny, Cleveland, Ohio. Battery dumper. 2,122,272 ; 
June 28. 
Alton, William H., Westport, Conn., assignor to R. T. 
Vanderbilt Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Dry cloimlng process. 2.130,029; Dec. fl. 
Alton, Wllllnm II., New York, N. Y., and H. I. .Tones, 
Wllmette, HI., assignors to R. T. Vanderbilt Co., Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Treatment of fabrics. 2,115,154; 
Apr. 26. 
Altorfor, Alphotis W., Peorin, 111. Portable power n(- 

fachnient for washing niaclilneH. 2,128,979; Sept. 0. 
Allorfcr, AlplieuH W., Pcorlii, 111. Separable base agitator. 

2,l.'i9,92.'"i ; Dec. 13. 
Allorter Bros. Company. (See Ulrlch, Clyde W., ns- 

Hlgnor.) 
Altorfer, Henry W., Peorin. 111. Ironer-wnsher attach- 
ment mechnnlsm. 2,109,510 ; Mnr. 1. 
Allorfcr. Henry W., Peoria, III. (!lolbeH drier. 2.137,37(1; 

Nov. 22. 
Alfvnter, Arthur W., University City, Mo. Orniimenting 

device. 2,100,312 ; Jim. 25. 
Altvnter, Arthur W., llnlverHlty City. Mo. (^tinblned 
InU-inarklng and perforating innehlne. 2,120,801 ; AiiK. 
10. 



Altvater, Arthur W., University City, and F. Wunder, 
Maplewood, Mo. ; said Wunder assignor to said Altvater. 
Combined ink-marking and perforating machine. 

Altwegg, Hans, and A. Eichler, Freiburg, Germany, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. du Pont de 

Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Obtaining crepe 

effects on fabi-ics. 2,107,657 ; Feb. 8 
Aluminum Colors Incorporated. (See Pettit, Ralph E, 

assignor. ) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Akers, James R, 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Arthur, F. C, and 

Barnitt, assignors.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Brown, Robert II 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Decker, Henry 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Derr, R. B., and 

Stere, assignors.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Derr, Ralph B 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Edwards, Junius 

D., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Fischer, Edward 

B\, assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Goll, P. D., and 

Wareuam, assignors.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Hetler, Willard 

R., assignor.) 
Alumiuum Company of .\mirica. (See Hogg Emerson 

E., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Jackson, Reginald 

fissicnor. ) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Keller, P.. and 

Hastings, assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Mason, Ralph B, 

assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Melninger, Carl 

\\ .. assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Moore. George L 

assignor.) " 

Aluminum (^ompany of America. (See Moorhead, Joseph 



(See Mussey, Dela- 



assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

van S., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Newsome, James 

W., assignor.) 
Ahiminum Company of America. (See Nock Josenh \ 

Jr., assignor.) ' 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Nock J A. Tr 

and Keller, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Pierce William 1! 

assignor.) 
^'""?!,iu"' Company of America. (See Smith, C N and 

Willard, assignors.) 
Alluniinum Company of America. (See Stroup Philin T 

assignor.) 'i ■'■• 

A hiininum Company of America. (Sep Turner C O •nul 

\\eigcl, assignors.) ' •' """ 

Aluminum Company of Aiiiorica. (See Underbill Wvvel 

s., assignor.) ' 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Weltv. Geor"e D 
assignor.) ' ' ^-"^ "'<>'= ■^•> 

^';™|"JJJ^"^ Company of America. (See Willard, John R.. 

Alumiiuim'Company of America. (See Work, H, K and 

Tostenid, assignors.) 
Aluminum Cooking Utensil Companv. The (See Cisco 

Edward S., assignor.) " v^islu. 

Aluminum Cooking Utensil Company. The (See Wein- 

zierl, Joseph T.. assignor.) 
Aluminum Goods Manufacturing Co. (See Fav Rjiv H 

assignor.) •' ^ •• 

Aluminum, Inc. (See MolTat, Ralph M., assignor) 

Max""assl"nor) '"^''''*'""'"^''''^''''"'''- (See Prelswork, 
Aluminum Industries, Incorpornted. (See Bockinann 

Melbourne A., assignor.) 'uvui.imi. 

Aluminum Tiulu.slries, Inc. (See Schnell, A. E and 

Beckmann, assignors.) 
Aluminium Uaborafories IJmlted 

erlck F., assignor.) 



(See Ruthven, Fred- 



Aluniimini Ladder Co. (See Carbis, Henry J «*.« 
Alimnnum Plant and Ves.sell Company " Mmlted 
(See Kalph, Sydney J,, assignor.) 



Ignor.) 
The. 



Necktie knot 
AnniRPnient 



form, 
device. 



Alva, I'ellx, New York, N Y 
2,1 19.11 1 ; Mav 31. 

Alva, Felix, New York, N Y 
2.1L>n.9Sl : Sept. i:i, 

Alvnrado, Alfonso M., nsslgnor to K. I. du Pont iln 
Nemours & Companv, wriinlngton. Pel, Mixed syn- 
thetic glycerlde viirnUh. 2,110,072; Mnr. 1 ' 

Alvarndo. Alfonso !M., .isslnnor u> K. I. ,|"„ i-,,,,. ,i,, 
NemourH & Company, WllmlnKton, Del. Treatment of 
lllni'lvi MaV"'-9 "''»"•"■"""" "" nnd ol.l.ll-n oM 



AlyaiMdo, AlfoiiM, M., Wjlnilngton, Del., and R. T Ul.l.en 
I.akewond, (tlilo, aMHlgnors to K. I. du Pont de Nemmirw 

^.II.M.'lal'Mnr'l'."'"''''""" '*'■'■ ^'^^t'-K comp.'.HlTr 

•'^'li'l.';i',',i;',;,.'l"'vA'""""i,''- ,"'"''«"'"• •"■ one half to W. Grnv 



16 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Alvarez, ( Juan A., Habana, Cuba. Hydraulic suspension 
for motor vehicles. 2,137,662 ; Not. 22. 

Alves, Manuel S. (See Maguire, M. M., and Wright, as- 
signors.) 

Alvey Conveyor Manufacturing Co. (See Bohn, William 
J., assignor.) „ „ 

Alvey-Ferguson Company, The. (See S chock, C. R., and 
Koehler, assignors.) 

Alvey-Ferguson Company, The. (See Sparling, W. B., 
and Wilson, assignors.) 

Alvord, Clinton, Worcester, Mass. Tuft weaving loom. 
2,123,9S3 ; July 19. 

Alvord, Earl T., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to B. T. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Flash copper coating. 
2,111,199 ; Mar. 15. 

Alward, John E., and J. H. Moore. Detroit, Mich. 
Routering machine. 2,118,063 : May 24. 

Amalgamated Minerals Corporation. (See Butler, CliU- 
ence H., assignor.) 

Amalgamated Textiles, Ltd. (See Knaub, Ralph H., as- 
signor.) 

Amann, Max., FrankEort-on-the-Main, Germany. Tele- 
graph system. 2,116,134: May 3. 

Amann, Max, A. Lahl, and H. Hatzinger, Frankfort-on-the- 
Main, (5ermanv. Printing telegraph receiver. 

2,120,850 ; June 14. 

Amann, Max, L. Giintlier, and A. Lahl, assignors to Na- 
tionale Telephone- und Telegraphen-werke G. m. b. H., 
Frankfort-on-tlie-:Main, Germany. Telegraph installa- 
tion. 2,128,788 ; Aug. 30. 

Amarel Corporation. (See Furlong, Joseph P., assignor.) 

Amati, Luigi. (See Bocca, C and Amati.) 

Amazon, Harrv. (See Rubenstein, S., and Amazon.) 

Amberg, Walter E., assignor to F. M. Friedlob, Chicago, 
111. Mechanical seal. 2.108,701 ; Feb. 15. 

Amberg, Walter E., assignor to Universal Paper Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Receptacle. 2,134,321 ; Oct. 
25. 

Amberg, Walter E., assignor To ITniversal I'aper Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Making conical containers. 
2,139,613 ; Dec. 6. 

Amberg, Walter E., assignor to Universal Paper Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Method and machine for mak- 
ing paper cups. 2,139,614 ; Dec. 6. 

Ambers, Many, Mount Ida, Ark. Attachment for a hay 
baler. 2,135,379 ; Nov. 1. 

Ambrose, John G. (See Mathews, Charles B., assignor.) 

Ambrosius, George JM., Lakewood, assignor to The Stand- 
ard Oil Company (Ohio), Cleveland, Ohio. Tamper- 
proof can. 2,122,904; July 5. 

-Vmbrosins, George M., Lakewood, assignor to The Stand- 
ard Oil Company (Ohio), Cleveland, Ohio. Mechanism 
for soldering machinery. 2,126,598 ; Aug. 9. 

Amburn, Clifford L. (See Baker, R. E., and Amburn.) 

Ambursen Dam Company. (See Stewart, S. W., and 
Davis, assignor.) 

Amco, Incorporated. (See Morton, William A., as- 
signor.) 

.Vinco. Incorporated. (See Morton, W. A., Moore, and 
Hotii. assignors.) 

Amco. Incorporated. (See Spencer, H. F., and Morton, 
assignors.) 

-Anidur, Leon H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Printing and device 
thorefor. 2.107.272 ; Feb. 8. 

Amdur, Leon H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Printing method and 
m.ichiiip. 2,107,273 : Feb. 8. 

.\mdur, Leon H., Brooklvn, N. Y. Cosmetic device. 
2.136,204; Nov. 8. 

Amell, John C. (See Hanson, E. T., and Amell.) 

.Aiiievic.n Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Maclntire, 
Walter H., assignor.) 

American Agricultural Chemical Company, The. (See 
Klosky, Simon, assignor.) 

.American Agricultural Chemical Company, The. (See 
Merchant, Milton H., assignor.) 

American Agricultural Chemical Company, The. (See 
Milligan, Charles H., assignor.) 

.\mprican Agricultural Chemical Company, The. (See 
Sebastian, Robert L., assignor.) 

American Anode, Inc. (See Albright, Raymond W., as- 
signor.) 

American Anode Inc. (See Albright, R. W., and Szegvari, 
assignors.) 

American Anode, Inc. (See Beal. Carl L., assignor.) 

American Anode, Inc. (See Feikert, Adrian H., as- 
signor.) 

American Anode Inc. (See Hansen, Merrill E., assignor.) 

.\mprican Armament Corporation. (See Joyce, Bryan P., 
assiKiior.) 

American Asbestos Co. Inc. (See Webster, M. M., and 
Finck, assignors.) 

American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorista, 
Inc. (See Durfee, Walter C, assignor.) 

.\mericnn Automatic Devices Co. (See Kondrath, Andrew 
D.. assignor.) 

.Vmorican Automatic Devices Co. (See Kovac, Rudolph, 
assignor.) 

American Ball-Mill Company. (See Miller, Starks L., 
assignor.) 

American Bank Note Company. (See WIttnebol, Arthur 
A., assignor.) 

American Bemberg Corporation. (See Hofmann, Hugo, 
assignor.) 



American Bemberg Corporation. (See Johnson, Thomas 

H., assignor.) 
American Bemberg Corporation. (See Ostermann, Walter, 

assignor. ) 
American Biochemical Products Co. (See Mag&A, Jean 

H. P., assignor.) 
American Bitumuls Company. (See Boneysteele, P. L., 

and McKercher, assignors.) 
American Blower Corporation. (See Alison, Noah L., 

assignor. ) 
American Blower Corporation. (See Anderson, Axel F. L., 

assignor.) 
American Blower Corporation. (See Anderson, Eidward 

L., assignor.) 
American Bosch Corporation. (See Kougsted, Ludvig P., 

assignor. ) 
American Box Board Company. (See Van Wingen, Neil P., 

assignor.) 
American Box Corporation. (See Taylor, Roy G., as- 
signor.) 
American Brake Company. (See Craig, Fred G., as- 
signor.) 
American Brake Company, The, (See Grossman, Theo- 
dore C, assignor.) 
American Brake Company, The. (See Gantner, William 

A., assignor.) 
American Brake Company, The. (See Gantner, W. A.. 

and McGowan, assignors.) 
American Brake Company, The. (See Mueller, Emll G., 

assignor.) 
American Brake Company, The. (See Schwentler, 

Francis E., assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 

Bates, A^ernon G., assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 

Blume, William A., assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 

Eastburn, Samuel L., assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 

Hoffman, P., Bender, and Cook, assignors.) 
American Brnke Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 

Prentice, Allan L., assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (Hc' 

Ratkowski, Thomas A., assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 

Spokes, Ray E., assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 

Whislcr, Thomas C, assignor.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Davis, A. L., and 

Morrison, assignors.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Hull, Daniel R., 

assignor.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Jcnnison, Herbert 

C. assignor.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Montgomery, Rich- 
ard B., assignor.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Silliman, Horace 

F., assignor.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Smith, <3yril S.. 

assignor. ) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Spalding, Samuel 

C, assignor.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Swift, Willis C, 

assignor.) 
American Brass Company, The. (See Voegell, Henry E., 

assignor.) 
American Bridge Company. (See Hunter, Harry C, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Bach, Neils P., assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Ball, Charles O., assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Birkland, Stellan, as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Burton, Charles W., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Dlrker, William S., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Erb, George C, assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Grover, Victor T., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Hothersall, John M., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Hull, Wilson R., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Jacobs, Samuel S., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Le Frank, John D., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Lewis, John L., assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Luthi, Robert, assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Magill, Donald G., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Maher, William W., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Miller, Harry J., assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Murch, John H., assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Nicholls, Henry M., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Paynter, Horace J., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Pechy, William, assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Reid, John G., assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Smith. William R., as- 
signor.) 
.A.niGrican Can Company. (See Strickler, John C, as- 
signor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



17 



(See 



American Can Company. (See Taylor, Russell C, as- 

siffnor ) 
American Can Company. fSee Townsend, William S., as- 

sisnor ) 
American Can Company. (See Wilzlto, Otto .J., assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See York, Archibald ^., as- 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Barlow, 

I. C, and Shields, assignors.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Bittner, 

Clifford, assignor.) ,„ « ,a ,.= 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Bradfleld, 

George K^ Jr., assignor.) ,c t. 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Euwer, 

Herbert D., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Jolinson, 

Warren V., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Johnson, 

W. v., and Kepner, assignors.) „ , , ^ -^ ^ 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Knight, John 

M., assignor.) ,„ r^ . ..^ t 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Knight, J. 

M., and Schlenther, assignors.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See McBride, 

Jolin J., assignor.) ,„ „. . . 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Shipley, 

Tolbott G., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Thompson, 

J. B. D., and Udstad. assignors.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Udstad, 

Sigvald F., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Walp, Cliarles 

F., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Willoughby, 

Victor, assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Motors Company. (See 

Dayos, Frederick E., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Motors Company. (See 

Kateley, F. W., and Mathauer, assignors.) 
American Casting & JIanufacturiug Corporation 

Dietze, Emil, assignor.) 
American Cast Iron Pipe Company. (See Barr, O. D., 

and Holmes, assignors.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Bratz, Otto J., 

assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Hilliard, John 

H., assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Reyburn, John 

R., assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Williams, Charles 

G., a.sslgnor.) 
American Character Doll Co. (See SchaefCer, Edward G., 

assignor.) 
American Chemical Paint Company. (See Romig, Gerald 

C., assignor.) 
American Chicle Company. (See EUort, E. E. and 

Richards, assignors.) 
.\inorioan Coach fc Body Comiiany. The. (See Eckman, 

Mcril ly.. assignor.) 
American Coach and Body Company. (See Larsen, Neil 

P., assignor.) 
American Coach & Body Company. (See Larsen, N. P., 

and Troche, assignors.) 
American Coating Mills. Inc. (See Funk, Nelson B., as- 
signor.) 
American Concrete .nnd Stool Pipe Clonipany. (Sei,> Carson, 

Francis Tj., assignor.) 
American Concrete & Steel Pipe Company. (See French. 

Jay C, assignor.) 
American Cutting Alloys, Inc., The. (See Kleffer, Richard, 

assignor.) 
American Cutting Alloys, Inc., The. (See Schwarzkopf, 

Paul, assignor.) 
American Cyanaiiild & Chemical Corporallon. (See 

Andrews, Chester I'l. assignor.) 
American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Davis. 

Clarke F., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid fc Chemical Corporation. (See Davis. 

C. F., Brush, and Peck, assignors.) 
American Cy.-inarnid & Chemical Cori)oratioti. (See Hard 

Ing, William IT., assignor.) 
American (\v.'inniiil(l & (;hemleal Corporal ion. (See 

.Taegcr, Al|)lionH <)., assignor.) 
American C,vananil<l 1*;^ Chemical Corporal inn. (.'^I'c 

Jaegir, A. ()., and ncrrlinger. assignors.) 
American Cyanamid & fMicmlcal Corp. (See J;u'gi'r, .\. O., 

and West, assignors.) 
American (Cyanamid & (!licinii"al Corporation. (See Lang- 

horst, Harry J., nsslgnoi-.) 
American Cyanamid & (UKMnlciil Corporation. (See Peter, 

.iolin P. ('., assignor.) 
American (lyanandd & Chcsiiilcal Corporation. (See Sterns, 

Jeno, assignor.) 
American (Jyanamld Company. (See Barsky, O., and 

IlanHcii, MHslgnors.) 
American <!yaninnld Company. (So(" ('hrlslnumn, Ludwig 

.7.. .-iHslgnor.) 
AmrTleiin Cyanamid Company. (See Collins, Chnrled D., 

nnslgnor.) 
Anieilcan <!yanatnld Company. (See GlIuHmnnn, Walter 

v., iiHslgiKir.) 
Anierlcan i'yanamid Comjmny. (See ITedley. Norman, 

MHHlgnor.) 
.Xnii'rli'Mii CyMiminlil CiMopany. (Sec IIciinit, Halpli V. 
.'iHNlcnoi'.) 



(See Schnabel, Charles 
(See McNutt, James 



(See Landenberger, 



American Dairies, Incorporated. 

F., assignor.) 
American Decal Corporation, The. 

F. assignor.) 
.Vnierican Devices, Incorporated. (See Owen, J. E., and 

Bryson.) 
American Die & Tool Company. (See Robinson, Herbert 

M., assignor.) 
American District Steam Company. (See Dunn, Frederick 

R., assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Farmer 

P. M., and Evans, assignors.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Hopkino 

Richard M., assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Hopkins 

R. M., and Laford, assignors.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Johnson 

Clarence C, assienor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Mu^hter. 

Manfred W., assignor.) 
American Electric Company of California. (See HuD- 

pert, Henry K., assignor.) 
American Electric Fusion Corporation. (Sec von Henke 

Edmund J., assignor.) 
American Electric Fusion Corporation. (Sec Watson, 

Harry C, assignor. ) 
American Electric Switch Corporation. (See Lantz 

William H., Jr., assignor.) 
American Electrical Heater Company. (See Hanser, C 

A., and Thomas, assignors.) 
Anierican Engineering Company. (See Bennett, Joseph 

S., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Harrison, Clifford 

E., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Kuzelewskl, Al- 
bert R., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Lamond, Robert C. 

assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. 

Henry W., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Preston, Herbert 

E., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (.'vee Kauter William 

v., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Sibbe, Carl P. 

assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Stephens, Gordon 

A., assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Bouhuys, Aleidus G., 

assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Davis, Robert F. as- 
signor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Do Booys, Jacob, as- 
signor.) 
American Enka Coriioration. (.'^ee Dokkum, Tennis as 

signor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (S(-e Eugel, Antonle J., as- 
signor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Koch, Theodoor. .■i.'« 

signor. ) 
.Vineriran Enka Corporation. (See Krlek. Peter P. as- 
signor.) 
American Enka Corporation, (See Polak, J. J., and 

Weeldenburg, assignors.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Slikker, Dirk, as- 
signor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Spaanbroek, Gerrit. 

assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Sunderland, Alfred 

E., assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Verschragen, Herman 

P., assignor.) 
American Envelope Company, The. 

and Arnold, assignors.) 
American EpoU Inc. (See Rosenberg. Kurt, assignor.) 
American Feather Products Corporation. (See Rudniek. 

Samuel, assignor.) 
American Fibre Corporation. (See Nordstrom, Gustaf E., 

assignor.) 
American Fibre Corporation. (See Nordstrom, O. E., and 

Holden, assignors.) 
American Flange & Manufacturing Co. (See Wallach, 

Carl D., assignor.) 
American Flange & Manufnctnring Co. Inc. (See Shera, 

John W., assignor.) 
American Flexible Coupling Company. (See Shenk, Rob- 
ert H.. assignor.) 
American Floor Surfacing Machino Company, The. (Sea 

Knelsley. RlcliMrd V.. assignor.) 
American Floor Surfacing Machine Company, The. (See 

Myers, Harry L.. assignor.) 
American Flyer Manufacturing Company. (See 8chn- 

nuicher, Guy F., assignor.) 
American Forging iind Socket Company, The. (See 

Black, John O., asslgnnr, ) 
American Forging tc Socket Company, The. (See 

Saunders, Walter S.. assignor.) 
Ami>rlran I''orglng * Socket Company, The. (See Saun 

(Icrs, W. S.. and McCregor, asHlgnora.) 
Ami'rlcan Foiindrv I'IciiilpmenI Coin|>any. (See Alexander. 

John 1>., nRslgnor.) 
Auierleiin l''iiimdrv 10i|ul|iinenl Company, Tlu\ (S<m» Ham- 

niell, CliiirleN H., iLMslgnor.) 
Aniirlriin Koiiiulry Kinilpiuont Conipany, The. (Si>e Hol- 
llni;>'""rlli, .Mfred V.. iiNNlgnor.) 



(See Dreher, O. G., 



18 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



The. 



(See 



American Foundry Equipment Company, 

Minich, Verne E., assignor.) ,„ „ „ 

American Foundry Equipment Company, Tlie. (See Peili, 

Louis D., assignor.) ^, ,0 

\morican Foundry Equipment Company, The. (See 

Soverhill, Harvey A., assignor.) m, ,c- 

American Foundry Equipment Company, Tlie. (See 

Turnbull, David C, assignor.) 
American Foundry Equipment Company, The. (See \\ ean 

R. J., and Peik, assignors.) 
American Gas Accumulator Company. (See Abramson, 

Hugo, assignor.) ,,, t t>- %, 1 

American Gasaccumulator Company. (Sec I.nce, luchard 

American Gas ' Association, Incorporated. (See Suffron, 
Fay O., assignor.) ,„ „ t> n 

American Gas Machine Company. (See Hanson, Russell 
N., assignor.) ,„ .„.„ , , t.-. 1 

American Gas Machine Company. (See HiUebrand, Eail, 

flSSlETIlOr ) 

American Gas Machine Company. (See Jenson, Kenneth 

S., assignor.) 
American Geographical Society. (See Miller, Osborn M., 

Amerlcan'^Hair & Felt Company. (See Johnson, Reginald 

Americim Hard Rubber Company. (See Carson, Oswald 

B a,ssi"^nor ) 
American "Hard Rubber Company. (See Hiemann, Walter 

Anfer/Sn*^Hard Rubber Company. (See Hunt. Kenneth 
E., assignor.) , tj tj 

American Hard Rubber Company. (See Klippel. H. 15., 
and Sorrick. assignors.) „ , ., , , 

American Hard Rubber Company. (See RucUdeschel, 
E. C, and Brady, assignors.) o .. „ 

American Hard Rubber Company. (See Schelhammer, 
Herman .T.. assignor.) . ^, ,c t. ., j 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Bernhard, 
Benjamin S., assignor.) , ,c t^ 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Dyson. 
Louis M., assignor.) ,^ rr a, 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Hurd, 
Norman B., assignor.) 

American Hardware Corporation. (See Morgan, Sigurd 
I:* ftssisnor.) 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Stone, El- 
mer B., assignor.) ,0 i.r ri _ 

American Hospital Supply Corporation. (See McGaw, 
Foster G., assignor.) ,„ r^ , a. 

American Hot Water Systems, Inc. (See Trencavel, Al- 
bert B., assignor.) 

American Houses, Inc. (See McLaughlin, Robert W., 
Jr., assignor.) .r. ^ ■_ -r-r . = .. 

American Hyalsol Corporation. (See Bertsch, Heinrich, 
assignor.) . ,„ „ ,. , , ,. 

American Hyalsol Corporation. (See Griln, Adolf, as- 
sicnor ) 

American Hyalsol Corporation. (See Helft, Ernst, as- 

Ammcaii Ilyasol Corporation. (See Schwabe, Emil, as- 

Ame??can Interlining & Spinning Company. (See Redman, 

Norman, assignor.) ,c r, ■, -cr ^ 

American Jewelry Cham Company. (See Bassler, Karl, 

American-La France-Foamite Corporation. (See Carter, 
Harold H., assignor.) -c^n-^^ 

American-La France-Foamite Corporation. (See Felton, 
Donald A., assignor.) ., tt, ., a 

American Lace Paper Company. (See Conrad, Fred A., 

American "Lace Paper Company. (See Huff, E., and 
American^' Lady ^Corset Company. (See Slegel, Eugene, 

Amfrican"^" Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Beattie, William P., assignor.) r„^ ,c 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

TSeattie W P., and Johnson, assignors.) 
Anierican' Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Blck- 

nell, George R., assignor.) 
American Laundry INIachinery Company, The. (See 

Couch, Forrest J., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Dewey, James M., assignor.) ,„ ^ , , 

American Laundry Machinery Company. (See Gerlach, 

Amer'i?an^'Laundr";''Mach.nery Company, The. (See 

Hetzer, Russell A., assignor.) mi /c!„ 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Highlev. Frank R., assignor.) ,c x , 

Ameriain Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See John- 
son, George W., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company. The. (See Link, 
George N. as*-''c:nor.l 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 
Mallott, Clifton S., Jr., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Neckel, Edmund N., assignor.) ™_ /„ 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Sh.TAV. Julian C. assignor.) m^ -o 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 
Shepard, James F., assignor.) 



1 



The. 



(See Waream. 
(See Friedlein, 



Anierican Laundry Machinery. 
Charles E., assignor.) 

American Lead Pencil Company, The. 
R. E., and Juelss, assignors.) 

.A^merican Lecithin Company. (See Schwieger, Albert, 
assignor.) 

-Vmerican Lithographic Division of the United States 
Printing and Lithograph Company. (See Koeble, 
Alb.'^rt, assignor.) 

American Locomotive Company. (See Blunt, James G., 
assignor. ) 

-Vmerican Locomotive Company. (See Clifford, Roger 
W., assignor.) 

-Vmerican Locomotive Company. (See Danforth, Richard 
S., assignor.) 

-\merican Locomotive Company. (See Flodin, N. E., and 
Weber, assignors.) 

.\merican Locomotive Company. (See Hull, G. K., and 
Drake, assignors.) 

American Locomotive Company. (See Sawyer, Robert 
T., assignor.) 

American Locomotive Company. (See Wallis, J. S., and 
Chave, assignors.) 

American Lurgl Corporation. (See Bantz, T., Grave, and 
Oppen, assignors.) 

.American Lurgi Corporation. (See BrUcke, Otto, as- 
signor.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Danulat, Friedrlch, 
assignor. ) 

.American Lurgi Corporation. (See Debuch, C. P., and 
Jlarkworth, assignors.) 

-American Lurgi Corporation. (See Ebner, Karl, as- 
signor.) 

.American Lurgi Corporation. (See Gen.secke, Wilhelm, 
assignor.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Gohre. Kurt R., as- 
signor.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Gohre. K. R., Schwalb 
and Speichert, assignors.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Grave, Georg, as- 
signor.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Jordan. Paul, as- 
signor.) 

-\merican Lurgi Corporation. (See Kreissler, Otto, as- 
signor.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Matthies, Hermann, 
assignor.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Miedel, Hermann, 
assignor. ) 

.^.merican Lurgi Corporation. (See Morloek, Emil, as- 
signor.) 

-American Lurgi Corporation. (See Oppen, E., and Grave, 
assignors.) 

.\merican Lurgi Corporation. (See Schober, Oskar, as- 
signor.) 

.Vmerican Lurgi Corporation. (See von Girspwald. Con- 
way, Baron, Woidmann, and Roesner, assignors.) 

-American Lurgi Corporation. (See von Girsewald, C. B., 
Siecke, and Wohlwill, assignors.) 

.Vmerican Lurgl Corporation. (See Wendeborn, Holmut, 
assignor.) 

American Lurgi Corporation. (See Wolf, Hans, assignor.) 

A^merican Machine and Foundry Company. (See Baxter, 
Gustave S., assignor.) 

-■Vmerican Machine & Foundry Company. (See Beutol. 
Robert .T., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. ( See Bronander, 
Wilhelm B., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Brown, 
Frederick R., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Craggs. 
Ross v., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Crighton. 
John, assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Dehuff, 
Walter F., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See FerencI, 
Lester, assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Plncke 
Donald M., assignor.) ' 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Goerke, H. 
E., Bystrom, and Schniale, assignors.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Gwinn 
George W., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Gwinn 
G. W., and Leary, assignors.) ' 

American .Machine & Foundry Company. (See Hastings 
G. S.. and Arelt, assignors.) ' 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Jensen 
Thormod, assignor.) ' 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Jensen 
T., and Van Veen, assignors.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Learv 
James W.. assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Shackle- 
ton, Jack, assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Tahir 
Feyzi, assignor.) an, 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Van Veen 
-•Vnton, assignor.) »<tcii, 

American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Balzer Frit? 
assignor ) v , ^ i.i^., 

American Machine and Metals Inc. (See de Bothernt 
George, assignor.) iuc/.ol. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



19 



Aiiiprican Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Griesinger, 
John, assignor.) 

American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Gross, Carl G., 
assignor.) 

American Machine & Metals, Inc. (See Harlan, Howard 
H., assignor.) 

American Machine and Metals Inc. (See Holder, B. P., 
and Miller, assignors.) 

American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Miller, Edward 
L.. assignor.) 

American Machine & Metals, Inc. (See Sonntag, Alfred, 
assignor.) 

American Machine & Metals, Inc. (See Thomsen. W. A. 
v.. Gross, and Luci, assignors.) 

American Magnesium Metals Corporation. (See Erd- 
mann, Konrad, assignor.) 

American Magnesium Metals Corporation. (See Erdmann, 
K., Hansgirg. and Schichtel, assignors.) 

American Magnesium Metals Corporation. (See Hans- 
girg, Fritz, assignor.) 

American Magnesium Metals Corporation. (See Lasch, 
L., and Schichtel, assignors.) 

American Magnesium Metals Corporation. (See Schichtel, 
Georg, assignor.) 

American Maize-Products Company. (See Daly, R. E., 
and Walsh, assignors.) 

American Maize-Products Company. (See Walsh, James 
F., assignor.) 

American Metal Company, The. (See Eppensteiner, Wil- 
liam F., assignor.) 

American Metal Company, The. (See Rehns, Fredrick, as- 
signor.) 

American Metal Company, The. (See Thompson, William 
K., assignor.) 

American Mills Company, The. (See Lilley, Samuel ("., 
assignor.) 

American Mills Company, The. fSce lyillcy, S. C. and 
Fowler, assignors.) 

American Mine Door Company. The. (See Curney, Al- 
bert J., assignor.) 

American-National Company, Tlio. (Si'p Sncll, Samuel 
A., assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Baker, Nelson M., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Frceiiuin, Fador 1^., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Kinney, Fay D., as- 
signor.) 

Aniorican Optical Company. (See Daabs, Max A., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Splalne, Edward M., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (Sep Tillyer, Edgar D., as- 
.slgnor. ) 

.\morican Oxythermic Corporation. (See Frilnkl, Mathias, 
assignor.) 

American Ozone Company. (See Dally, James M., a,'; 
signer.) 

American Pad and Textile ("nnipnny. The. fSoe Wesley, 
Arthur, assignor.) 

American Paper Bottle Company, Tlie. (See Scott, Henry 
T., assignor.) 

American Perforator Company. (See Hl.x. lOdwni-d (J., 
assignor.) 

American Plastics Corporation. (See Pmisoun, .lolin, as- 
signor.) 

American Plastics Corporation. (See Taft, Darwin, as- 
signor.) 

American Platinum Works. (See Ledlg, Kurt K., as- 
signor.) 

Ainprl(!an Platinum Works. (Sec Slniclici-. .loliiiiin S.. »s 
• ir-nnr. ) 

American Playground Device Company. (See Robblns, 
Arthur L., assignor.) 

American Potash H (Miemlcnl (Corporation, (See Black, 
I/iTov li.. iissignnr, 1 

Amprlcan Potash k Chemical Corporation. (See Burke, 
W. E., Allen, I'pet, Ultclile, and (Jale, assignors.) 

American Potash Ic Chemical Corporation. (See Burke, 
W. B., and de Ropp, assignors.) 

Amcriciin Propeller Company, The. (See Heath, Spencer, 
assignor.) 

American Pulley (Company, Tlic. (See TMlger, W. A., and 
Watson, nsHlgiioiH.) 

American Pulley Company, The. (See Bowcn, Russell 
H., assignor.) 

American Radiator Company. (See Brnbhee, C. W., and 
(Joerg, assignors.) 

American Radiator Company. (See Cornell, Edward S., 
.jr., asHlgnor. ) 

American Radiator Company. (See I.,undt, Ernest C, 
(issignor.) 

American Radiator Company. (See Mnler, (ieorge M., 
assignor,) 

American Radiator Company. (See Shearer, Frederic, ns- 
signor. ) 

.Aiiiei-iean Radlnlor (Company. (See Tlmmls, W. W., and 
Walker, aHHlgiiorN. ) 

American Radiator Company. (See Walker, William K., 
asHignur. ) 

AiiHTlcan Uadlalor Company. (Sen Waudhy, Walter, ns- 

Amerlcnii Radiator Company. (See Wonlley, (^Inrence 
M., iiRNlgnor. ) 



Inc. 



(See Mitchell, D., 
(See Cooke. 



-American Radio Hardware Co 

and \\'yeth, assignors.) 
American Railway Products Company. 

George T., assignor.) 
American Rayon Company. (See Furness, William H 

assignor.) '' 

American Rock Wool Corporation. (See Drill D C 

Whitenack, and Gregory, assignors.) 
American Rock Wool Corporation. (See Luery, Michael 

assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Canfield, J J 

and McGohan, assignors.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Flanders 

Hyrum E., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Fon Der- 

smith, C. R., and Bergmann, assignors.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Force, Harold 

W., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Freese, Jona- 
than R., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Gundersen 

Daniel T., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Hudson. 

Edwin B., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Long, Paul 

H., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Lundeen 

Ernest F., assignor.) ' 

Ainerican Rolling Mill Company, The. (See MUlan, 

Edward N., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Mover S ]• 
and Long, assignors.) 

American Rolling Alill Company, The. (Se,- Muipliv 
Dan R., assignor.) • " 

Aniei-iean Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Sendzimlr 
Tadeusz, assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Stringham, 
William, assignor.) 

.\merican Rolling Mill Company. The. (See Tytus J B 
and Millan, assignors.) " .;>.■. 

American Safety Hook Co. (See Glardina, V., and 
Primos, assignors.) 

American Safety Razor Corporation. (See Dalkowltz 
(Jodfrey, assignor.) 

Aniericaii Safety Razor (-orporalion. (See Kurkjian, 
lervant H., assignor.) 

American Safety Razor Corpoialion. (See O'Neill Ber- 
nard, assignor.) 

American Safety Razor Corporation, (See Signoret Al- 
bert J., assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. 
assignor. ) 

American Sales Book Company. 
W., assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. 
F,, assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company, 
assignor.) 

American Sales Ttook Company. 

and Allan, assignors.) 
American Sales Book (Company. 

.Mian, assignors.) 
American Sales Bool; ('onii)jiny. 

assignor.) 
American Sales Book Company. 

Manuel and Pi-ingle, assignors.) 

'^T'"'™." no'rl ^'""'^ ^""^P'^'y- <See Tompleton, Rob.ri 

■^"^ssignor^*'*^ "'""' ^'**'"P*°y- (See Wlswall, William J.. 

American Sales Book Company Inc. (See Motslnger John 
B., assignor.) " ' 

Ampiican Sealcone Corporation. (See Buckingham, Har- 
old S., assignor.) 

Aniprican Seal-Kap Corporation of Delaware. (See Clark 
Ivempton. assignor.) * ^-mia, 

American Seal-Kap Corporation of Delaware. (See Oood- 
wln. Carl W.. assignor.) viuuvi 

American Seating Company, 
assignor.) 

American Seating Company. 

assignor.) 
American Sealing Company, 

assignor. ) 
American Seating Company. 

gan. assignors.) 
American Secnrlt Company, The. 

B., assignor.) 

American .Securit Company, The. (See Long. Bprnard 
aHslgnor,) ^^wumu, 

Amerlcnn Secnrlt Company, The. (See Mosmlerl, I, and 
!):il I'ino, nsslgnor.s, ) ' ' " 

American Security iin<l Trust Company, executor (See 
Chapman, Pearson) ' "^ 

AinericMn Security nn.I Trust Company. (See Waslibiirn 
I'Idward \V,, aHslgnor, ) "ixmimii, 

Ainerlcnn Sh.M't and 'I'ln Plate Company. (S.-o BobroT 
Samuel II,, anNJgnor. ) <">-" »«iiuruT, 

American SI t i.nd Tin Plate Company. (See (Jrnf J H 

anil I.aincirep, iiNHlgnors ) ■ j > • \iint, j. jj. 

Ain.'rican Sheet and Tin Plate Companv. (See MoFI 
Imney. ,L |{,. „„,| st.iKer, nsslgMorN,) ' '^'■'' 

Anierlcaii Klu>ot and Tin fliile C.nipanv, (S. e I>nul Irvln 
.1,, nNslgnor.) ■ nm. ifmh 



(See Bovler, .Arcliie :\I.. 

(See Garwood, Victor 

(See Hageniann. Louis 

(See Janney, John B., 

(See Phillips, A. H., 

(See Phillips, n. ii,. ..in.i 

(SeePrlngle. William A.. 

(See Sheppard, J. F.. 



(See Bond, Wlllnrd H., Jr.. 

(See Hanson, Walter M.. 

(.Sep Morgan, ICrvIn;; I'.,, 
(See Yost, C. K , and Mor 
(.See Clltherow. \\111lain 



20 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



American Shipbuilding Company, The. (See Von Haase, 

George, assignor.) 
American Shoe Machinery and Tool Company. (See 

Krag, Harry W., assignor.) 
American Slicing Machine Company. (See Cooper, Frank 

H.. assignor.) 
American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, J. O., and Bitner. assignors.) 
American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton. J. O., and Lebedert, assignors.) 
American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, J. O., and Phillips, assignors.) 
American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, J. O.. Phillips, and Allen, assignors.) 
American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Bitner, 

William H., assignor.) 
American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Lind, 

John H., assignor.) 
American Smelting and Refining Company. ( See Lindner, 

Karl A., assignor.) 
American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Lmdnpr, 

K. A., and Poland, assignors.) 
American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Smith, 

Albert A., Jr., assignor.) 
American Stay Company. (See Presby, Leroy Q., as- 
signor. ) 
American Steam Pump Company. (See Barton, Ben D., 

assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company. (See Schuster, 

William J., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Bletso, B. N., and Stratton, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Braune, Carl, assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Braune, C, and Reardon, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. The. 

(See Brickman, A. E.. and Gleason, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Broden, Edwin H., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Carlson, Clarence O., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Elder. Flint C, assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Febrey, Harold H.. assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Gedge, Burton H., Jr., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Gleason, George A., assignor.) 
-American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Grnhe. Karl, assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Haynes, Hugh W., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Howe, J. F., and Reed, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

''See Johansen, F., and Lloyd, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Marquart, Frank, assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Marriott, Thomas, assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Osolin, Alfred, assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Parrish, Cecil C, assignor.) 
.\mcrican Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Peaso, Bernard S., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Peskin. L. C. and Rice, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Peterson. Carl H., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Ralston. H. C, Williams, and Mako, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Riddle, Harvey W., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See 

Robbins, D. S., and Uihlein, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Schuman, Edw.Trd F., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(Spe Schuster. William J., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See 

Skogsberg, John A., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Statz, John, assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. The. 

(See Swift, Joseph H., assignor.) 
.American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Wahlstrom. Evald O., assignor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Aurien, Ray G., as 

.^ignor. ) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Bachman, Fred E., as- 
signor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Baselt, Walter H., as- 
signor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Cottrell, Robert B.. 

assignor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Hedgcock, William C, 

assignor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Light, David M., as- 
signor.) 
.American Steel Foundries. (See Oelkers, Alfred H.. 

assignor.) 



(See Oelkers, A. H., and 
(See Walcher, E. A., and 



American Steel Foundries. 

Bachman, assignors.) 
American Steel Foundries. 

Baselt, assignors.) 
American Steel Wool Mfg. Co. (See Stern, Lawrence, 
assignor.) 

American SteriUzer Company. (See Dndem-ood, TVeeden 
B., assignor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Brodb"ck. Aimer II.. 
assignor.) 

American Store Company. (See Frick, William H., as- 
signor. ) 

American Stove Company. (See Hoffman, Rudolph, as- 
signor. ) 

American Stove Company. (See Meacham. Benjamin E. 
and E. M., assignors.) 

American Stove Company. (See Meacham, Edward M., 
assignor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Moecker, Arnold, as- 
signor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Pierce, Ambrose R., as- 
signor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Stockstrom, Arthur, 
assignor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Stockstrom. A., and 
Eichelsbach, assignors.) 

American Sugar Refining Company, The. (See Alfred, 
Clarence J., assignor.) 

American Sundries Company. (See Lawner, N., and 
Duberstein, assignors.) 

American Supply Company. (See Owler. Albert J., as- 
signor.) 

-iiiH-rican Swi.<i!s Company. Tlu'. (See Riglumyer, Holdon 
W., assignor.) 

American Tap-Bush Company. (See Rice, Frank E., as- 
signor.) 

•Vmerican Telephone and Telegraph Companv. (Sec Abra- 
liam, Leonard G., assisnor. ) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Affel. 
Herman A., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Companv. (See 
Anderson, E. N., as.signor, and Getz, and Ulrich.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Anderson, Fred I., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Bag- 
nail, Vernon B., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (Hei? 
Bailey, Austin, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Comp.iny. (Scf 
Bailey, A., and McCann, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Beattie, J. F., and Cunningham, a.'^signor. and Uoy- 
croft.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Bodle, David W., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (Si-e 
Bonorden. .\llen R., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Bonorden, A. R.. Carter, and Hanley, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Brad- 
ford, Raymond C, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Burgess, M. S., and Clark, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Cor- 
win, T. L., and (Swezey and Watson, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Cowan, Frank A., assignor.) 

.American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Curtis, Harold E., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Darnell, E., Enoch, Grubb, and Freeman, assignors.) 

■American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Dear- 
dorff, Ralph W., assignor.) 

-American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Dencklau, Karl R., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Dixon, John T., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (Se« 
Drum, George F.. assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Duncan, James A., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Dun- 
ning, Sanford F., assignor.) 

-Vmerican Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ed- 
wards, Paul G., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Edwards, William H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Fisher, D.. and Parker, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Gannett, Danf orth K., assignor. ) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Gardner, Leland A., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Greene, M. L., and Rhoads, assignors.) 
j American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Haf- 
I nor, Gilbert ^I.. assicnnr. ) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Han- 
ley, Frank H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Hathaway, L. A., and Fay, assignors.) 

-American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Herr- 
mann, C. S., and Ott, assignors.) 

-American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Honaman, R. K., and Swart, assignors.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



21 



American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Jacob- 
son, Morris H. L., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Lang, W. Y., and Watson, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Lee, 

Y., and Wiener, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Martin. William H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Me- 

Cann, Thomas A., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (Sec 

McDavitt, Marcellus B., assignor.) 
American Teicphono and Telegr;ij)b C'ninpaiiy. (Soc 

Mitchell, Doren, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph (Company. (.See 

Monic, Newton, and Tidd, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See I'ar- 

rott, John A., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Pot- 
ter, Ralph K., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Rezos, George, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Rhodes, Harold A., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Kumbold, William N., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Schott, Lionel, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Shanck, Roy R., as.signor.) 
American Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Slociini, 

Harvey F., assignor.) 
American Telephone and ToUgriiph Company. (Scm' 

Smith, Chauncey W., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Southworth, George C, assignor.) 
American Teleplione & Telegraph Company. (See South- 

worlc, G. C. and Willis, assignoi's.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Swart, Leland K.. assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Tay- 
lor, Charles C, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Wallcer, Charles 1!., assignor.) 
American Telephone .-md Telegraph Company. (See Wat- 
son, Kdward F., asi-Mgnor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Wiener, N., and Lee, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Williams, Hoilie C, assignor.) 
American Teletector Corporation. (Sop Kelly, Fredericl; 

(1., Jr., assignor.) 
American Television Laboratories. Inc. (See de Forest, 

Lee. assiiriior. ) 
American Thermometer Company. (See Eskin, Sanniel 

G., assignor.) 
American Timer Corporation. (See Gains, Chester R., 

assignor.) 
American Tire Guard Company. (See de Palma, Ralph, 

assignor.) 
American Tobacco Company, The. (See Priddy, Thomas 

R., assignor.) 
American 'I'obacco Company, The. (See Rundell, Riipeit 

E., assignor.) 
American Tool & Machine Co. (See Tholl, John F., 

assignor.) 

American Tool and Machine Company. (See Williams, 

Frank I., assignor.) 
American Tractor Ff)uipmoiil Corporation. (See Knajiii 

John F., assignor.) 
Americ.-in Tracliii- lOiinipnienl Corp. (See I'ost. Norman K 

and (I. R., assignors.) 
American Tractor 10(|nlpnienl Corporation, (See Price. 

Robert II., assignor.) 
American Tractor Eifvilpment Corporation. (See Youni, 

Willis II., assignor.) 
American Transformer Company. (See Gaston, John R., 

assignor.) 
American Tiansformer Company. (See ITunter, Thomas 

M., assignor.) 
American 'I'ri-Ki'gon C>)rporation. (See Engl, J., Mas- 

solle, and Vogt, assignors.) 
American Tri lOrgon (,'orporaHon. (Sec Vogt, H., Mns- 

NOllc, and Kngl. nsslgnors.) 
Amerlciin Type Founders Incorporated. (See Seybold, 

Frederick W., assignor.) 
Anieriean VIhcohc Corporation. (See Allen. O. AL, iind 

Itarlon, nHHlgnors.) 
American VIbcoho Corporation. (See Diivls, Isaac P., as- 
signor.) 
Anierlciin Viscose Corporation. (Sec Ilimiphrpy, J. W., 

and I'edlow, aaslgnors.) 
Amerlcnn VIhcdmc (.'orporal Ion. (See Miierling, lv:ir, ns 

slgiior. ) 
American Viscose Corporation. (See TompidnB, (Icrald 

.S,, nHNlgnor. ) 
Aini-rlcan Volfh (Contact Company Inc. (See KuKcl. 

Fritz, HHslgnor.) 
American N'ollh Contact Co. Inc. (See SeboUl, ICrnsI, 

iiNHlgnor.) 
Amerlcnn A'ollli Cniil.-Kt Co, (See Tlmler. WUholm. im 

slRiior.) 
Amerlcnn Water WorlcR and lOlerfrIc Ceinpiiny. (See 

Clark, Rben W'., iiNRlKnor.) 



American Well Works, The. (See Walker, James D., 
assignor. ) 

American Window Glass Company. (See Bishop, Frederic 
L., assignor.) 

American Window Glass Company. (See Forman, L. P., 
and Pancoast, assignors.) 

American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Depew, 
fl. A., and Maidens, assignors.) 

American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Macln- 
tire, Walter H., assignor.) 

American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Maidens, 
William T,, assignor.) 

American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Monlj, 
R. H., and Ross, assignors.) 

American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Spencer, 
George L., Jr.. assignor,) 

American Zirconium Corporation. (See Allan, Benjamin 
W., assignor.) 

Ames, Adelbert, Jr., and K, N. Ogle, assignors to Trustees 
of Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. Testing oph- 
thalmic lenses. 2,114,282; Apr. 19. 

Ames, Adelbert, Jr., G. H, Gliddon, and K. N. Ogle, as- 
signors to trustees of Dartmouth College, Hanovi-r, 
N. H. Correcting ocular defects. 2,118,132; May 24, 

Ames, Adelbert, Jr., and G. H. Gliddon, assignors to 
Trustees of Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. Test- 
ing eyes. 2,124,457 ; July 19. 

Ames, Adelbert, Jr., and G. H, Gliddon, assignor's to 
trustees of Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. Test- 
ing binocular vision. 2,126,713 ; Aug. 16. 

Ames Baldwin Wyoming Co. (See Ready, William A., 
assignor.) 

Ames Baldwin Wyoming Co. (See Wharton, George C. 
assignor.) 

Ames, James W., Montclalr, N. J. Apparatus for remov- 
ing rivets from structures. 2,132,593 ; Oct. 11. 

Ames, Raymond A., Beaumont, L. D. Bamer and C. E. 
Nelson, Houston. Tex. Taper boring machine. 
2,131,468; Sept. 27. 

Ames, Warren, Newton, Mass. Gauge. 2,117,267; May 
17. 

Ames, Warren, Newton, Mass. Gauge. 2,117,268; May 
17. 

Ames, Warren, Newton, Mass. Crystal and bezel mount- 
ing for dial gauges. 2,134,093 ; Oct. 25. 

Amesbury, Ernest G,, Pittsburgh, Pa. Portable apparatus 
for transferring loads. 2,13r),6.S1 : Nov, 8. 

Amfaldern, Hans. (See Reinartz, Heinrich, assignor.) 

Amico, Joseph, Detroit, Mich., assignor to Motor City 
Tool Co., Inc. Attaching soles to shoes. 2,105,341 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Amidon, Charles IT., assignor to Norton Company. Worces- 
ter, Mass. Grinding machine head.stock. 2,113,302; 
Apr. 5. 

-Amidon, Charles H., assignor to Norton Company, Worces- 
ter, Mas.s. Grinding machine. 2,113,363 ; Apr. G. 

Amidon, Roy C, Fort Plain, assignor of ono-l1iird to W, 
S. Becker, Little Falls, and one-third to I^ M. Fowler, 
St. Johnsvllle, N. Y. Flat knit fabric. 2.130,.3<i7 : 
Nov. 15. 

Amidon, Roy C, Fort Plain, assignor of ono-third to W. 
S. Becker, Little Falls, and one-third to I>. M. Fowler. 
St. Johnsvllle, N. Y. Knitting machine and method of 
knitting. 2,130,308; Nov. 15. 

Amme, Hermann C, Dusseldorf, Germany. Heat ex- 
change surface. 2,131,929; Oct. 4. 

Animen. Francis O., and P. P.. SclmcidcM-, l.os .-Xngcli s, 
(^alif, ; said Schneider assignor to said .\inmen, Aui" 
mobile steering gear. 2,122,<>'.M : July .">. 

Anmionia Casale Societa Anonlma. (See Zavka, Marl.), 
a.ssignor.) 

Amon. Fred H,, Weston, a.ssignor, by mesne nsslginiieiits, 
to Dewey and Alniy Chemical Company. Cambridge, 
Mass. Producing coiore<l <'oncn'te, I{e, 20.770; July K. 

Amon, Fred H., Weston, assignor to Godfrey L. Cabot. 
Inc., Boston, Mass. Granular product and preparing 
the same. 2,121,C;i5; June 21. 

.\)no8, Alwin 0.. K. F. McGrew, and P. Hergcnnider, as- 
signors to Nebraska .\ppllaiice Company, Lincoln. 
Nebr. Cold storage lock<'r. 2,137,105 ; Nov. l.'i. 

Amos. James L. (See Chamberlain. L. C., Jr., .\iiios, nml 
Williams.) 

,\iiios, .lames L,, assignor to Tli<> Dow Cbomlcnl Com- 
pany. Midland. Mich. Preparation of etliyl rlilorlde. 
2.1 10,500; Dec, L'O, 

Amourelle. Jean, Lee G.-itlnes par Plalslr. Pmnc*. Me- 
chanical packing Joint. 2,111,200; Mar. IB. 

Anipenotl'. Wscvolod 1". (See UoekMll, (.'eerge A. iilid 
W. A. 10., assignors,) 

Ampex, Inc, (.See Iluppcrl. William. nssl;'iior.) 

Amrlne, r,eclnre IT., assignor to Imperial Molded Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Cover and nppllcnior. 
2,100,31:!; Jan. 25. 

Amsden, llownrd, Meadvlllc, Pa. Fnntening device, 
2,112,550; Mar, 2I>. 

AniHcl, .lni'(iiieH U., IlaHllngs on lliidson, N. Y. .\rflolo of 
iiianul'ai'inre nml forming the Hnmo. 2,110,2S2 ; Mi»r. 8. 

Amsler, Waller O., 'roleilo, Ohio. nR,Hli:nor. by lUMine 
asKlKtiinenl.H, to Frarler Simplex, Inc. WaHlilnglon, Pn. 
Annealing lelir, 2.rJ0.-l52; .Inne 14. 

AniHler. Waller (>.. Toledo, Olilo., nHslgnor to lliirlford- 
Kinplre Company, lliulford. Conn Melbed of and 
nj)iMii'MliiN for ninicnilni: KbiNswarc, 2,120,017 ; Jump 1-1. 

AmHtiM'dnin. Harry. I'mIIh Cbiircli. Vn, Oante and np- 
panillld therefor. 2,l:i1,05;t; Sepf, 27. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Amundsen. Paul L., Detroit, Mich. Electroplating biurel. 
2,120.478; June 14. 

Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Frick, F. F., 
and Cooper, assignors.) 

Anucouda Copper Mining Company. (See Mitchell, 
Wi'.lard E., assignor.) 

Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Smith, Cyril 
S., assignor.) 

Anaconda Lead Products Company. (See Stoclidalo, S. W., 
Weaver, and Tinnes, assignors.) 

Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Adams, William 
S., assignor.) 

Anaconda \Vire & Cable Company. (See Aime, Frank L., 
assignor.) 

Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Bassett, W. H., 
.Tr., and Jones, assignors.) 

Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Ebel, Lawrence 
C, assignor.) 

Anaconda \S ire & Cable Company. (See Johnson, Thor 
S., assignor.) 

Anaconda Wire and Cable Company. (See Lowe, William, 
assignor.) 

Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Olson, John W., 
assignor.) 

Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Ormerod, Harold 
F., assignor.) 

Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Spilsbury, Persi- 
for G., assignor.) 

Anaconda AViio & Cable Company. (See Thompson, Harry 
E., assignor.) 

Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Webb, John B.. 
assignor.) 

Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Whittaker, Wil- 
liam A., assignor.) 

Anastasakis, Steve. Clarksburg, W. Va. Water motor. 
2,106,264 ; Jan. 25. 

Anastasi, Louis. (See Thomas, James, assignor.) 

Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Darling, Frank 
L., assignor.) 

Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Gibbs, John C, 
assignor.) 

Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Podel, Abraham, 
assignor.) 

Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Scofleld, Edgar, 
assignor.) 

Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Von Till, 
Louis A., assignor.) 

Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation. (See Fisher, William 
v., assignor.) 

Anchor Post Fence Company. (See Smoot, Theophilus 
H., assignor.) 

Andale Company. (See Jenkins, James M., assignor.) 

Andale Company. (See McNeal, Daniel R., assignor.) 

Andelenis, Speros P., Concord, N. H. Device for dis- 
playing a license plate. 2,134,594 ; Oct. 25. 

Anderegg, Frederick O. (See Htittemann, E., and Czernin, 
assignors.) 

Anderegg, Frederick O., Newark, Ohio, assignor to Owens- 
Hlinois Glass Company. Building block. 2,114,732 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Anderegg, Ruben H., assignor of one-half to The Trane 
Company, La Crosse, and one-half to Waukesha Motor 
Company, Waukesha, Wis. Air conditioning apparatus. 
2,128,890 ; Sept. 6. 

Anders, Ouido, Berlin-Steglitz, assignor to AUgemeine 
Elektrizitats, Ge.sellschaft, Berlin, Germany. System 
for preventing overmodulation in receivers. 2,130,404 : 
Sept. 20. 

Andersag, Hans, and IC. Westphal, Wuppertal-EIberfeld. 
Germany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Thiazole compounds and manu- 
facture thereof. 2.139.570: Dec. 6. 

Andersen, Andrew C. (See Simpson, E. G., and Ander- 
sen.) 

Andersen, Bjorn, Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Celluloid 
Corporation. Covering of articles with derivatives of 
cellulose. 2,125,874 ; Aug. 9. 

Andersen, Bjorn, Maplewood, and A. F. Caprio, Newark, 
N. J., assignors to Celluloid Corporation. Esters of 
polyglycols and their ethers and compositions contain- 
ing the same. 2,115,700 ; May 3. 

Andersen, Bjorn, Maplewood, and W. D. Paist, Newark, 
N. J., assignors to Celluloid Corporation. Articles of 
cellulosic plastic material. 2.126,714; Aug. 16. 

Andersen, Carl N., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to 
Lever Brothers Company. Aryl mercury compounds 
of ureid and purine bases and method of making the 
same. Re. 20,880: Oct. 11. 

Andersen, Carl N,, Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to 
Lever Brothers Company. Preparing organic mer- 
cury compounds, 2,112,129 ; Mar. 22. 

Andersen, (;arl N.. Wellesley Hills, Mas.s., assignor to 
Lever Brothers Companv. Organic mercury compounds. 
2.113,565 : Apr. 12. 

Andersen, Carl N., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to 
Lever Brothers Company. Aromatic mercury salts of 
aldehydo and ketonic acids. 2,113,506 ; Apr. 12. 

Andersen. Carl N., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to 
Lever Brothers Company. Aryl mercury oxygenated 
compounds of arsenic, antimony, or bismuth. 
2,113.567 ; Apr. 12. 

Andersen, Carl N., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to 
Lever Brothers Company. Aromatic mercury alcohol- 
ates of salts of hydroxy carboxylic acids. 2,114,012 ; 
Apr. 12. 



Andersen, Carl N., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to 
Lever Brothers Company. Aryl mercury salts of ali- 
phatic polycarboxylic acids. 2,118,033 ; May 24. 

Andersen, Carl N., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to 
Lever Brothers Company. Aryl mercury sulphonamides. 
2,135,553 ; Nov. 8. 

Andersen, Carl N., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to 
Lever Brothers Company. Aromatic mercury malates 
and making the same. 2,139,711 ; Dec. 13. 

Andersen, Carl N., Wellesley Hills, JIass.. assignor to 
Lever Brothers Company. Aromatic mercury gluco- 
nates and making the same. 2,139,712 ; Dec. 13. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Organic mercury compounds. 
2,107,321 ; Feb. 8. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Organic mercury compounds. 
2,114,011 ; Apr. 12. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Organic mercury compounds. 

2.118.133 ; May 24. 

Andersen, Christian S., assignor to Pennsylvania Fur- 
nace & Iron Co., Warren, Pa. Gas control system. 
2,139,344: Dec. 6. 

Andersen, George I., assignor to Andersen-Smith Hilling 
Co., San Francisco, Calif. Disintegrating machine. 

2.115.134 ; Apr. 26. 

Andersen, Gunnar E., Copenhagen, Denmark. Internal 
combustion engine. 2,118,804 ; May 31. 

Andersen, Johan R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric sign system. 
2,123,459 ; July 12. 

Andersen-Smith Milling Co. (See Andersen, George I., 
assignor.) 

Anderson, A. Nelson, et al. (See Preston, Gerald H., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Adolph G. (See Campbell, D. J., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Adolph G., and J. I. Kibbe, Muskegon, assignors 
to Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company, Mus- 
kegon Heights, Mich. Centrifugal casting machine. 
2.107.322; Feb. 8. 

Anderson, Albert & J. M., Manufacturing Company. (See 
Reynolds, Charles H., assignor.) 

Anderson, Albert F., San Francisco, Calif. Propeller for 
propelling and steering ships. 2,112,948 ; Apr. 5. 

Anderson, Alfred W., Oak Park, HI. Forceps. 2,114,695 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Anderson, Alfred W., Oak Park, 111. Forceps. 2,137,710 ; 
Nov. 22. 

.Anderson, Alexander, Fullerton, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Lane-Wells Company, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Reading device for well survey records. 2,129,395 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Anderson, Alvin P., Alton, HI., assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Extraction proc- 
ess. 2,131,422 ; Sept. 27. 

Anderson, Ammon M., Pecos. Tr.\. Internal combustion 
engine. 2,125,213 ; July 26. 

Anderson, Arnold G. O., Coscob, Conn. Thumb tack. 
2.108.739 ; Feb. 15. 

.Anderson, .4.rthur F. (See Williams. C. E.. and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Arthur W., assignor to Borg-Warner Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Friction clutch. 2.104.962: Jan. 
11. 

.Anderson. Arvid E. (See Hill, C. H., and .Anderson.) 

\n<liTsiin. .Arvid E., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor lo lleiK-nil 
Electric Company. Circuit breaker control system. 
2.123,034 ; July 5. 

Anderson, Arvid E., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric panel board. 2.140,376 : 
Dec. 13. 

Anderson, Augustus L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Bottle destroy- 
ing device. 2,115.406 ; Apr. 26. 

Anderson, Axel F. L., assignor to American Blower Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Air conditioning unit. 
2,115,567 ; Apr. 26. 

Anderson, Bernadine. (See Anderson, Howard P.) 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Velocipede frame. 
2.112,475; Mar. 29. 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Handle bar. 
2,114,733; Apr. 19. 

.AnUeisuii, Ben J., Hammond, Ind. Combination fork 
and fender. 2,120,453 ; June 14. 

.Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Rear frame member. 
2,120,454 ; June 14. 

Anderson, Bert J.. Hammond, Ind. Electric alarm. 
2.130.991 ; Sept. 20. 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Handle bar. 
2,135,692 ; Nov. 8. 

Anderson Box Company. (See Mohler, Ernest E., as- 
signor.) 

.Anderson Box Company. (See Schaefer, Norbert F,, as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Carl, G. B. Baehr. and G. M. Gay, Waterbury, 
and C. T. Manville. Woodbury, Conn., a.ssignors to 
United States Rubber Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Machine for securing fastener elements. 2,125,707 ; 
Aug. 2. 

Anderson, Carl. Westfield, Mass. File rest. 2,138,395; 
Nov. 29. 

.Anderson, Carl E. (See Montan, A., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Carl E.. Hacl^ensack, N. J., assignor to Bausch 
ft Lomb Optical Company, Rochester. N. Y. Abrading 
lenses. 2,lU5,)7o ; Jan. 11. 



LIST OF I'ATENTEES 



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Anderson, Carl E., East Orange, assignor to Eastern Tool 
& Mfg. Co., Bloomfield, N. J. Slide loop. 2,105,.516 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Anderson, Carl G., Westchester. 111. Road maintenance 
machine. Re. 20,720 ; May 17. 

Anderson, Carl 1., Buffalo, and R. B. Payne, E!ma, as- 
signors to National Aniline & Chemical Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Azo dyestuffs. 2,138,991 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Anderson, Carl J. H., Newark, Del. Binding books. 
2,100,419 ; Jan. 25. 

Anderson, Carl L. (See Turner, H. I., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Carl O. (See Abbot, F. C, Cooke, and Ander- 
son.) 

Ander.son, Carl R., assignor to The Griswold Manufactur- 
ing Company, Erie, Pa. Damper. 2,118,7.02 ; May 24. 

Anderson, Carroll R., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Munsingwear Inc., Minneapolis, Minn. Knitted fabric. 
2,133,840; Oct. 18. 

Anderson, Charles A., New Rochelle, assignor to The 
Gotham Pressed Steel Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Window ventilator. 2,130,114; Sept. IS. 

Anderson, Charles J.. .Jr.. Jamestown, N. Y. Power 
transmission. 2,141,2.^4; Dec. 27. 

Anderson, Charles N., Grand Island, Nebr. Fish lure. 
2.112.901 ; Apr. 5. 

Anderson, Charles R., Chicago, 111. Display case. 
2,123,394; July 12. 

Anderson, Charles T., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Ortho- 
pedic insole. 2,123,481 ; July 12. 

Anderson, Clarence F., Chicago, 111. Milk bottle. 
2,109,629 ; Mar. 1. 

Anderson Company, The. (See Boddy, Leonard, as- 
signor.) 

Anderson Company, The. (See Smulski, Theodore J., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Curtis A., Muscatine, Iowa. Combination ash 
receiver and cigarette holder. 2,124,481 ; July 19. 

Anderson, David E., assignor to Bohn Aluminum and Brass 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Manifold construction. 
2,104,178 ; Jan. 4. 

Anderson, David G., Hinsdale, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
phone pay station apparatus. 2.130,601 ; Nov. 15. 

Anderson, Dennis H., Paducah, Ky. Backwater control 
for sewers. 2,116,422 ; May 3. 

Anderson, Edward C, assignor to Illinois Watch Case 
Company, Elgin, 111. Watclicase mounting. 2,128,760 ; 
Aug. 30. 

Anderson, Edward L., assignor of one-half to E. H. 
Walker. Washington, D. C. Printing frame. 2,117,051 ; 
May 10. 

Anderson, Edward L., Grosse Isle, assignor to American 
Blower Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Fan. 2,126,599 ; 
Aug. 9. 

Anderson, Edwin G., San Diego, Calif. Electric door 
chime. 2,104.963 ; Jan. 11. 

Anderson, Edwin J., Snyder, Tex. Refrigerator. 
2,104,845; Jan. 11. 

Anderson, Kmil, Briarcliff Rlanor, N. Y. Crating appa- 
ratus. 2,119,767; June 7. 

Anderson, Emil E. W., and G. K. V. Johanson, Lidingo, 
assignors to Svonska Aktiebolaget Gasaccumulator, 
Stockholm, Sweden. R(\spIration apparatus. 2,121,311 ; 
June 21. 

Anderson, Emll N., Oak Park, 111., E. L. Getz, Ridgewood. 
and H. W. Ulrich, Newark. N. J. ; said Anderson as- 
signor to American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 
and said Getz and TJlrlch assignors to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorpoiated, New York, N. Y. Telephone 
system. 2,137,793 ; Nov. 22. 

Anderson, Frank W., Roslindale, assignor of one-half to 
O. J. Palmer, Qulncy, Mass. Heat trap. 2,115,350; 
Apr. 20. 

Anderson, Fred I., San Antonio, Tex., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Wire tying 
tool. 2.137.325; Nov. 22. 

Anderson, Frederick H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Vacuum pump apparatus. 
2,124,390; July 19. 

Anderson, Frithlof R., Bloomneld, N. J., C. O. Mnl- 
llnckrodt, Forest Hills. N. Y., and A. L. Stillwell, 
Westflcid, N. J., assignors to Bell Tclejihone Labora- 
tories, Incori)orated, New York, N. Y. Voltage or gain 
control. 2,100,330; Jan. 25. 

Anderson, fJeorgc A., Alameda, Calif. Adjustable stroke 
and shock iil)H()rbiiig conned Ing rod. 2,134,005 ; Nov. 1. 

Andi'rson, fiilbert V., iisslgnor to W. F. FIhcIkt, Phila- 
delphia, I'a. Hydraulic control mechanism. 2,116,376; 
May 3. 

Anderson, (Jordon R., Belolt. Wis., assignor to Fiilrbankn, 
Morse & (,"o., ('hicago, III. Strip feeding merlmnlsMi. 
2,123,350; July 12. 

Anderson, (iiistnf U., Lynn, and F. F. Davis, Roxbury, 
Mass. ; siild Davis usslgnor to said Anderson. Dis- 
pensing Hystem. 2,109,890; Mar. 1. 

Andi-rson. GiihIuv, lirooUlyn, iisHlgnor lo Arenpo Machine 
<!oiiipaiiy, Incoroorated, New York, N. Y. Cigar wrap- 
per culling nieclwinlsm. 2,110,100; Mar. 8. 

Anderson, (iuv ('., Kiin l''riiiu'lH('o, Calif. .Vinalgainatlnft 
iiiiiciiiiii'. 2. 122. 100 ; July 5. 

,\rid(>rHon, Harold C., assignor to Dravo Corporalloii, 
I'lttsburgli, Pa. Direct (Ired unit heater. 2.115,057; 
Apr. 26. 



•Vndcrson, HaroM L.. Lincoln, Nebr. Barrel transport 
truck. 2,137,500; Nov. 22. 

Anderson, Harold N. (See Katzberg, William J., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Harry A., Oelwein, Iowa. Device for remov- 
ing piston rods from cross heads. 2,105.392 ; Jan. 11. 

Anderson, Harry J., assignor lo The Pure uil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Plunger type fluid indicator and metering 
device. 2,136,261 ; Nov. 8. 

Anderson, Harry O., assignor to Norton Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Flexible coated abrasive product. 
2,123,581 ; July 12. 

Anderson, Herman B., Louisville, Ky. Apparatus for and 
process of treatment of liquid. 2,126,164 ; Aug. 9. 

Anderson, Howard P. (See Peyton, W. C, and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Inc. Fuel distributing mechanism. 
2,107,022 ; Feb. 8. 

.\nderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor, by mesne aa- 
signments, to The Standard Stoker Company, Inc. 
Combined stoker and firedoor. 2,129,111 ; Sept. 6. 

Anderson, Howard P., deceased, Erie, Pa., by B. Ander- 
son, executrix, Dallas, Tex., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments to The Standard Stoker Company, Inc. Dis- 
tributor head for stokers. 2,135,249 ; Nov. 1. 

Anderson, Henry D., Cleveland. Ohio. Pulverizer. 
2,113,040; Apr. 5. 

Anderson, Hugo J., assignor to Lubrx Products, Inc., 
Boston, Mass. Machine for testing lubricants. 
2,132,347 ; Oct. 4. 

Anderson, Ian B. (See Thomson, R. F., Anderson, and 
Thornley. ) 

Anderson, James K.. Leeds, England. Actuating mecha- 
nish for doffing mechanism. 2,104,474 ; Jan. 4. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. 
Template follower. 2,130,373; Sept 20. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Template follower. 2,130,374 ; Sept. 20. 

Anderson, James N., Jr. (See Dlrkes, R. F.. and An- 
derson.) 

Anderson, James W., assignor to Oilman Fanfold Cor- 
poration, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Carbon stripping de- 
vice. 2,124,996 ; July 26. 

Anderson, John A. (See Adams, C. B., Sullivan, and 
Anderson.) 

Anderson, John A., assignor to Standard Oil Companj, 
Chicago, 111. Lubricating oil refining. 2,109,89o ; 
Mar. 1. 

Anderson, John A., Olympia Fields, assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Petrolatumlike products, 
2,133,412; Oct. 18. 

Anderson, John C. (See Frost, P. F., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, John C. (See Pierson, E. H., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, John K., and T. Johnson, Detroit, Mich, 
Wrench. 2,139,650 • Dec. 13. 

Anderson, John P., lioppel, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Pressed Steel Car Company, Inc., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Dump vehicle. 2,117,592 ; May 17. 

Anderson, John R, (See Chaffee, E. F.. and .\nderson.l 

Anderson, John. Sutton Coldfield, and M. Langstreth, 
Rochdale, assignors to Dunlop Rubber Company Lim- 
ited, London, England. Cord and article made of cord. 
2,133,071 ; Oct. 11. 

.Anderson, John W. (See Buell, Charles L., assignor.) 

Anderson, John W., Gary, Ind. Safety razor. 2,121,000; 
June 21. 

Anderson, John W., assignor to Productive Invention!, 
Inc., Gary, Ind. Cleaning device. 2,109.600 ; Mar. 1. 

Anderson, John \\'., assignoi- to I'roiluclivf ln\tnli(>ns, 
Inc.. (Jary, Ind. Defroster. 2.122,070; .Idlv 5, 

Anderson, John W., assignor to Productive Inventions, 
Inc., Gary, Ind. Windshield wiper arm. 2,128.068; 
Aug. 23. 

Anderson, Leonard. (See I'ynian, F. L., Garforth. and 
Anderson.) 

Anderson, l/eslle J., Westmont, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Klectroacoustlcal apparatus. 
2.113.364; Apr. 6. 

.\ndorson, Lloyd, assignor to National Lock Co., Rock- 
ford, III. Latch and handle mechanism. 2,123,860: 
July 10. 

Anderson, Llovd 1). IL, WcUesloy, Mass. Tractor plow. 
2.134,848; InTov. 1. 

AndcrNon, Lloyd L., (Jrand Rapids, assignor lo Winters A 
('rnnii)l()n Corporntlon (irandvllle, Mich. Uelrlgeralor 
latch. 2,130,602 ; Nov. 15. 

.\nilerson, Milton 1!., and C. E. Swen.sun, UocKf()rd. an- 
slgnors to llorgVVarner Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
Fl.'Nll.le coupling. 2,121.0(16; June 21. 

Anderson, Nell, ot al. (Seo Johnnson, Adolph T., ns- 
slgnor.) 

Anch'rson, Olof, Woodstook, III. Drain plunger. 
2,128,217; Aug. 30. 

Andirsiin, I'aul V., Ms.Hlgnor to GardniM' Tool and Stump 
\ui.: Com[M\iw. GnrilniT. Mass. Coasting and ilrlvlnR 
htil), 2.125,703 ; Am:, 2. 

Anderson, I'oter A., Portland, Maine. Giir Inntallatlon 
houHluff. 2,105.1.'<5 ; Jan. 11. 

AndirMoii. I'lMrr !•;.. Elllntl, III. 'riMtnlnal protector. 
2. 1 1 1. .503; IH>c. 27. 

AndiTHOii. I'lilllp, Merldon, Town. Erosion conlrollliii; lin 
l.l.menl. 2,n3.3-n ; Apr. 5. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Anderson Products, Incorporated. (See Parks, Joseph A., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Anderson Products, Incorporated. (See Parks, J. A., Jr., 
and Upton, assignors.) 

Anderson, Ralph W., Wauwatosa, Wis. Locomotive. 
2,109,630 ; Mar. 1. 

Anderson, Rexford O. (See Carson, A. H., and Anderson. 1 

Anderson, Richard D., Baton Rouge, La., assignor to 
Standard Oil Development Company. Container cap- 
ping machine. 2,109,763 ; Mar. 1. 

Anderson, Robert C, assignor to Buekeve Iron & Brass 
Works, Dayton, Ohio. Signal. 2.12.3,090 : July 5. 

Anderson, Robert G., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Journal box and truck frame construc- 
tion. 2,112,730 ; Mar. 29. 

Anderson, Robert G., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Louver construction. 2,126,525 ; Aug. 9. 

Anderson, Robert H. (See Taylor. R. S.. Torrance, and 
Anderson.) 

Anderson, Robert J., assignor to Victory Fireworks and 
Specialty Company, Elkton, Md. Float light. 
2,119,697 ; June 7. 

Anderson, Roger, Seattle, Wash. Fracture-reducing 
splint. 2.129,635 ; Sept. 13. 

Anderson, Roy H., Winona, Minn. Display container. 
2,112,551; Mar. 29. 

Anderson, Roy L., Decorah, Iowa. License plate holder. 
2,121,677 ; June 21. 

Anderson, Russell G. (See Blazek, J. Y.. and Anderson.) 

■*Jiaerson, Samuel H., Fort Monmouth, Oceanport, N. J. 
o^,.°5S„'"^y P'tch and bank indicator for aircraft. 
2,114,283 ; Apr. 19. 

Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturtevant 
Company, Boston, Mass. Spray type conditioner for 
passenger vehicles. 2,104,475 ; Jan. 4. 

Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturte- 
vant Company, Boston, Mass. Air conditioning system. 
2.130,479 : Sept. 20. 

Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, and F. J. Hamilton Chi- 
cago, 111., assignors to B. F. Sturtevant Company, Inc., 
Boston, Mass. Air conditioning system utilizing re- 
frigeration. 2,116,093 ; May 3. 

Anderson, Selma, Tacoma, Wash. Cigarette stub holder. 
2,111,084 ; Mar. 15. 

'^"'>'l07'274?Vh s" ^°*^''^°^''^' ^'1- Filling machine. 

Anderson, Swan F., Rockford, 111. Formation and pack- 
aging of material. 2,121,065 ; June 21. 

Anderson, Thomas A., Hartwell, Ga., assignor 1o The 
Patent Button Company, Waterbury, Conn. Folding 
and pressing attachment for sewing machines. 
2,109,441 ; Feb. 22. 

Anderson, Yern E., Lansing, Mich. Grinding apn;iiatus. 
2,104,147 ; Jan. 4. 

Anderson, W. Charles, Linden, Calif. Maintaining chest- 
nuts in prime condition. 2,106,314 ; Jan. 25. 

■\nflerson, Waldemar E., and J. A. Linder, Montclair. 
N. J., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Westing- 
house Electric and Manufacturing Companv. East 
Pittsburgli, Pa. Lamp fuse protector. 2,139.252 : 
Dec. 6. 

Anderson, Walter A. (See Sundstrand, O. J., and An- 
derson. ) 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Un- 
derwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York N Y 
Stand. 2,126,303 ; Aug. 9. 

Anderson, Walter A., Rockford, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Underwood Elliott Fisher Company, 
New York, N. Y. Computing machine. 2,131,361 ; 
Sept. 27. 

Anderson, William B., Springfield, Mass., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to General Motors Corporation 
Liquid-congealing apparatus and treating .same 

2.135.022 : Nov. 1. 

Anderson, William B., West Springfield, Mass., assignor. 
by mesne assignments, to General Motors Corporation. 
i'l''.?J'1:^2"Sealing apparatus and treating same. 

2.135.023 ; Nov. 1. 

Anderson, William C, Bromley, and E. T. Carlson, South 
Fort Mitchell, Ky., assignors to The Trumbull Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Plainville, Conn. Bus bar 
conduit distribution system. 2,124,269 ; July 19. 

Anderson, William S. (See V\'alker, D. F., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, \Villiam T., Egcertsville, N. "i., assignor to 
B. I. dii Pont do Nemours & Companv, Wilmington, Del. 
A''ertical coating equipnient. 2,107,276 ; Feb "8 

Anderson, William T., Eggertsville, and J. JI. Henry, 
Ncwburgh, N. Y., a.ssignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& (orapany. Wilmington, Del. Drying cnuipment. 
2.107.275 : Fob. 8. 

Andorson, Zcla F., Hereford, S. Dak. Grave marker 
2.120,082 ; June 7. 

Andersson. Svon W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Pervpl. Inc., Now York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 2,109,607 ; 
Mar. 1. 

Andersson, Sveu W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Sei-vel, Inc., Dover, Del. Refrig- 
eration. 2,123,920; July 19. 

Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind.. assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc., Dover, Del. Refrig- 
eration. 2,123.921 ; July 19. 

Andersson, Svcn W. E., Ev.insville, Ind., nssignor to Servel, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Ice tray. 2,133,266; Oct. 18. 



Andersson, Sven W. E., and I. Tornkvist, New York, N. V., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc.. Dover. 
Del. Thermostatic control valve. 2.140.947; Dec. 20. 

Aiiderton, Alfred, Castleton, near Manchester. England. 
Automatic centrifugal clutch or brake. 2,128,980 : 
Si'pt. 6. 

Anderton, Benjamin A., Grantwood, N. J., assignor to 
Tlie Barrett Company, New York, N. Y. Waterproofing 
composition and method. 2,124,843 ; July 26. 

Anderton, Benjamin A., Grantwood, N. J., assignor to 
The Barrett Company, New York, N. Y. Bituminous 
cement. 2,131.085 ; Sept. 27. 

Andis, Mathew, Racine, Wis. Hair clipping and shaving 
head. 2,141,895 ; Dec. 27. 

Andre, Gnstaf E., Richmond, Ind., assignor to Belden 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electrical con- 
necter. 2,104,786; Jan. 11. 

Andreas, Harry A., JIuscatine, Iowa. Pulley. 2,115,837 ; 
May 3. 

Andreasson, Rudolf W., Detroit, Mich. Reamer. 
2,127,457; Aug. 16. 

Andreau, Jean E., Paris, France. Streamlined vehicle. 
2,128,687 ; Aug. 30. 

Andreau, Jean E., Paris, France, assignor to "S. B. B. A., 
Societe Anonyme d'Exploitation de Brevets d'Automo- 
biles", Glarus, Switzerland. Internal combustion en- 
gine. 2,120,012 ; June 7. 

Andreau, Jean E., Paris, France, assignor to the Society 
"S. E. B. A. Societe Anonyme d'Eploitation de Brevets 
d'Automobiles", Glaris, Switzerland. Streamlined 
automobile vehicle. 2,128,686 ; Aug. 30. 

Andreini, Michele, Milan, Italy. Carriage for Rontgen 
apparatus. 2,105,961 ; Jan. 18. 

Audrejchak, Juraj, Duquesne, Pa. Cant-hook. 

2,132,553; Oct. 11. 

Andres, Lloyd J., Grand Rapids, Mich., assignor to Auto- 
matic Instrument Company. Talking picture macliine. 
2.118,999 ; May 31. 

Andres, William J. (See Roth, H. C, and Andres.) 

Andres, William J. (See Sanford, R. S., and Andres.) 

Andres, William J., assignor to Bendi.\:-Westinghouse 
Automotive Air Brake Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Fluid 
Pressure control mechanism. 2,141,678 ; Dec. 27. 

Andres, William J., Pittsburgh, and R. S. Sanford, New 
York, N. Y., assignors to Bendix-Westinghouse Automo- 
tive Air Brake Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Control 
mechanism. 2,133,275 ; Oct. 18. 

Andrew, Vaughan L., Superior, Wis. Stuffing box. 
2,119,033 ; May 31. 

Andrews- Alderfer Company. (See Alderfer, Sterling W., 
assignor.) 

Andrews, Archie M., Greenwich, Conn. Cigarette lighter. 
2,109,003 ; Feb. 22. 

Andrews, Bernard R., Braintree, Mass. Drying synthetic 
fiber. 2,119,261 ; May 31. 

Andrews, Charles, and W. Hannon, Rockford, 111., as- 
signors to The Washburn Company, Worcester, Mass. 
Flour sifter. 2,120,982 ; Aug. 16. 

Andrews, Cliester E. (See Covert, L. W., and Andrews, 
assignors.) 

Andrews, Chester E. (See Fenske, M. R., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, Chester E., West Brookline, Upper Darby, Pa., 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to American Cyanamid 
& Chemical Corporation. Oxidizing naphthalene to 
phtlialic anhydride. 2,120,538 ; June 14. 

Andrews, Chester E., Overbrook, assignor to Rohm & Haas 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Vanadium oxide catalyst. 
2,134,543 ; Oct. 25. 

Andrews, Chester E., Overbrook, and L. W. Covert, as- 
signors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hydrogenating carbonyl compounds and catalyst there- 
for. 2,118,001 ; May 17. 

Andrews, Chester E., Overbrook, and L. U. Spence, Chel- 
tenham, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Separation of methylamines. 2,126,600 ; 
Aug. 9. 

Andrews Company. (See Andrews, I., and Coddington, 
assignors.) 

Andrews, E. J. (See Krag, Erik L., assignor.) 

Andrews, Edward D. (See Alderfer, Sterling W., as- 
signor. ) 

Andrews, Edward F., Chicago, 111. Radio receiver. 



2,127,488; Aug. 16. 
June 14 



Andrews, Fred 



Ware, Mass. Blotter. 2,120,479 ; 



Andrews, Harry L., Jr. (See Beegle, F. M., and Andrews.) 

Andrews. Isaac, and H. O. Coddington, Spartanburg, S. C. 
Twine heddle. 2,125,278 ; Aug. 2. 

Andrews, Isaac, and H. O. Coddington, assignors to An- 
drews Company, Spartanburg, S. C. JIachine used in 
construction twine Iieddle. 2.134,692 : Nov. 1. 

Andrews, John W., Wostfield, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Magnetic materials and making such materials. 
2,110,967; Mar. 15. 

Andrews, John W., Westfield, and C. A. Hallam, Fair- 
haven, N. J., assignors to Western Electric Company. 
Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Extrusion apparatus. 
2,113,208 ; Apr. 5. 

Andrews, L. V., assignor to Riley Stoker Corporation, 
Worcester, Mass. Combustion apparatus. 2,111,908 ; 
Mar. 22. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Andrews, L. V., assignor to Kiley Stoker Corporation, 
Worcester, Mass. Burner for pulverized fuel. 
2,136,777 ; Nov. 15. 

Andrews, O. B. Company. (See Turner, William E., as- 
signor.) 

Andrews, Oliver B., Chattanooga, Tenn. Container. 
2,124,400 ; July 19. 

Andrews, Oliver B., Chattanooga, Tenn. Liner. 

2.128.449 ; Aug. 30. 

Andrews, Oliver B., Chattanooga, Tenn. Liner. 

2.128.450 ; Aug. 30. 

Andrews, Philip A. (See Rambush, N. E., and Andrews.) 
Andrews, Richard H., Jr. (See Yarger, Milton R., as- 
signor.) 
Andrews, Rufus A., Mount Vernon, N. Y., assignor to 
Ward Leonard Electric Company. Time delay appara- 
tus. 2.]30,40r>; Sept. 20. 
Andrews Steel Company, The. (See Little, Howard J., 

assignor.) 
Andrie, Michael B., assignor to W. B. Jarvis Company, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. Handle securing structure. 

2,134,096 : Oct. 25. 
Andrieu, Robert, assignor to Telefnukeu Gesellschaft fUr 

Drahtlose Telegraphic m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 

Oscillograph device. 2,134,094; Oct. 25. 
Andrieu, Robert, assignor to TelefunUen Gesellschaft fiir 

Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Oscil- 
lation producing system. 2,139,432 ; Dec. 6. 
Andros, Charles H., Nassau, assignor to Harder Refrig- 
erator Corporation, Cobleskill, N. Y. Refrigerator. 

2,129,255 ; Sept. 6. 
Androsky, Edward C, assignor of fifty percent to F. 

Androsky, Superior, Wis. Pneumatic tire pressure 

signaling device. 2,113,957 ; Apr. 12. 
Androsky, Frank. (See Androsky, Edward C, assignor.) 
Andrus, George R., Seattle, Wash. Food directing, pres- 
sure relieving tooth ass<'mbly. 2.113,568 ; Apr. 12. 
Andrus. N. Llewellyn, and L. J. Ganyaw, assignors to 

Smitli Welding Equipment Corporation, Minneapolis, 

Minn. Arc welder. 2,138,754 ; Nov. 29. 
Andrus. William L., San Francisco, Calif. Tape record 

repeater. 2,140,684; Dec. 20. 
Andrus, Zelta M. (See Becker, A. S., and AndrusJ 
Andrussow, Leonid, Mannheim, assignor to I. G. Farben- 

industrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Maln, 

Germany. Production of hydrogen cyanide. 2,105,831 ; 

.Tan. 18. 
Anemostat Corporation of America. (See Knrth, Franz 

J., assignor.) 
Anetsljorger, Frank A., Chicago, 111. Cooking utensil. 

2,136,535 ; Nov. 15. 
Angeletti, Joseph M., Alexandria, Ind., assignor fo The 

Mantle Lamp Company of America, Chicago, 111. Lamp 

shade. 2,122.071 ; July 5. 
Angeletti. Joseph M., Alexandria. Ind., assignor to Alad- 
din Industries, Incorporated, Chicago, 111. Process and 

apparatus for making arcuately plaited products. 

2.141,235; Dec. 27. 
Angell, Charles II. (See Swartwood. K., and .\ngell.i 
Angell, Charles H., assignor to Universal Oil Products 

Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion of hydrocarbon 

oils. 2,100,631 ; Mar. 1. 
Angell, Charles H., assignor to Universal Oil Products 

Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion of hydrocarbon 

oils. 2,110,495; Mar. 8. 
Angell. (,'harle.') H.. assignor to Universal Oil Products 

Company, (.'hicago. III. Conversion of hydrocarbon oils. 

2.113,6.".!) ; Apr. 12. 
Angell, Charles II., assignor to Universal Oil Products 

Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion of hydrocarbon oils. 

2,114,516; Apr. 19. 
Angell, Charles 11., assignor to Universal Oil Products 

Company, (Jhlcago. III. Conversion of hydrocarbon oils. 

2,125,535; Aug. 22. 
Angell, CliarlcH II., assignor to Universal Oil I'roduct.s 

Company, Chicago, III. Conversion of hydrociirbon oils, 

2,128,807; Sept. «. 
Anpell, Charles H., assignor to Universal Oil Products 

Company, (,'hlcago. III. Conversion of hy<lrocarbon 

oils. 2,128,808: Sept. 6. 
Angell, Charles II., assignor to Universal Oil Product.-* 

Con)pany, Chlc;igo, III. Cuiiverslon of hydiocavlion oils. 

2.130,407 ; Sept. 20. 
Angell, Charles II., aNHlgiuii- to niilvcrs.i! oil I'roduclH 

Company, Chicago, III. Coiiversiou nl' liydidcurbon oils. 

2.130,408; Sept. 20. 
Angell, Robert ('., Prinre Buy, N. Y., assignor to Thi> 

S. S. White Dentnl Manufacturing Company. Saliva 

o.1ec(or. 2.130,400: Sept. 20. 
Angell, I'liomas 11., IIiiiioliilu. Hawaii, usslgnor to The 

Gregg Company, r,td., New York, N. Y. Car structure. 

2.138.130; Nov. 29. 
Angeliiil, (.'uri. (See Kruse, W., and FIbcIkt, iisHlgMors.) 
Ang<^nlcux, I'lerre. (See Gutniann, J. M., and Aiigeiileux,) 
Angf^iili iix, IMeire, anrl ,T. M. Gutiniinn, I'hiIh, I'"rjinoe. 

Optical adjusting devlc(> for clneinatogniphle appaialUH. 

2,100,.307; Jan. 2.^. 
Anglada, JoHcph A., and A. II. Aoproolli, aHslgnurM to 

Aiiglada Motor (Corporation, New York, N. Y. Internal 

conibuHllon engine. 2, 100, (JOB; Mar. 1. 
Anglada Motor CorporalloD. (See Anglada, J. A., nnd 

AKproolli, aHNlgnorH.) 
Anulo American Mill ('or|)orntloii. (Sri< MiicLellan. 

AngUH D., nHHlgnor.) 



Anglo California National Bank of San Francisco, The. 
(See Rey, Henri D., assignor.) 

Anglo-Iranian Oil Company. (See Dunstan, Albert E., 
assignor.) 

Angostura Wuppermanu Corporation, The. (See Kabus, 
Fernand, assignor.) 

Angus. Donald J., Indianapolis, Ind. Reroll drive mecha- 
nism for graphic meters. 2,134,391 ; Oct. 25. 

Angus, George, & Company Limited et al. (See Krasslet, 
Theodor, assignor.) 

Anheuser-Busch, Inc. (See Barsi. James E., assignor.) 

.\^nheuser-Busch, Inc. (See Gull, Rudolf, assignor.) 

Anheuser-Busch, Incorporated. (See Winter, Henry G., 
assignor.) 

Anigraphic Process, Inc. (See Knaggs, Donald W., as- 
signor.) 

Animal Trap Company of America. (See Grayblll, 
Hershey R., assignor.) 

Animal Trap Company of America. (See Zahm, Joseph 
D., assignor.) 

Animated Slides Limited. (See Tournay-Hinde, Arthur 
W., assignor.) 

Anke, Rudolph. (See Zwlcky. M., and Anke.) 

Anker, Lloyd S., Cambridge, Ohio. Vehicle seat. 
2,117,932 ; May 17. 

Anker- Werke, A. G. (See Imkamp, Karl, assignor.) 

Anker Werke A.-G. (See Klaar, Albert, assignor.) 

Anketell, Edwaid N., assignor to The A. C. Gilbert Com- 
pany, New Haven, Conn. Camera model. 2,104,476 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Anketell, Edward N., assignor to The A. C. Gilbert Com- 
pany, New Haven, Conn. Kaleidoscope. 2,112,642 ; 
Mar. 29. 

Anklam, Charles W. (See Foley, C. F., and Anklam.) 

Anklam, Charles W., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Kingston Products Corporation. At- 
tachable socket for fixed focus lamps. 2,110.131 ; 
Mar. 8. 

Anklam, Charles W., assignor to C. M. Hall Lamp Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle lamp. 2.115,695; May 3. 

Anklam, Charles W., assignor to C. M. Hall Lamp Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Lamp construction. 2.138.056; 
Nov. 29. 

Ankll, Walter L., Barcelona, Spain, assignor to Insulatus 
A. G., Zug, Switzerland. Enameling and varnishing 
wire, ribbons, and the like. 2,110,011; Mar. 1. 

Annen, James E., assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Container and closure there- 
for. 2,109,716 ; iMar. 1. 

Annen, Janu's iO.. and A. L. Sherwood, assignors to 
Sutherland I'.-ipcr Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. Con- 
tainer. 2.130,576 ; Kept. 20. 

Annen, Robert, assignor to the firm Louis MuUer & Cie 
S. A., Fabrique d'horlogerie "La Champagne", Bienne, 
Switzerland. Manufacturing ball and roller bearings. 
2,112,754; Mar. 29. 

Anner^n, Rolf E., and B. CarlstrOm, assignors to Aktie- 
bolaget Facit, Atvidaberg. Sweden. Reversing mecha- 
nism. 2,127,102; Aug. 16. 

Anschiitz, Robert, Zella-Mehlis, assignor to Mercedes 
BUromaschinen-Werke Aktiengesellschaft, Benshauseu, 
Thuringia, Germany. Typewriter calculating machine, 
and the like. 2,141,1.58; Dec. 27. 

.Anscott, William. (See Carter, L. F., and Anscull.) 

Anscott, William, Woodhaven, N. Y., and L. F. Carter, 
Leonia, N. J,, assignors to Sperry Gyroscope Company, 
Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Gyrovertical. 2,133.703 ; Oct. 18. 

Anson, I.<jaac A., Tulsa, Okla. Steering wheel attach- 
ment. 2,134,020 : Oct. 25. 

.\nson, Samuel B., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Cleveland Shopping News Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Photoengraving equipment. 2,117,279; May 17. 

Ansti<-i', Josiali, & Company. (See Anslice, Mortimer 
It., assignor.) 

Anstlce. Josiah, & Co. (See Itrowuc. Lindsay II., as 
signer.) 

Anstlce. Joslnh, & Co. Inc. (See Browne, Lindsay H., 
assignor.) 

Anstici', Mortimer R., assignor to Josiah Anstlce vt Com- 
paiiv. Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Vegetable slicing machine. 
2.1.31.851 ; Oct. 4. 

Anihes. I'.ugen. (See Pier, M., Anthes. and Scliappert.) 

Anthonlsen, Ceorg It,. Minneapolis, Minn. Track con- 
st ruction. 2.i;i3,3l7 ; Oct. IS. 

.Anihonv Company. (See .Anthony, William C., assignor.) 

AnllionV, David S., San Antonio, Tex. Grinding plate. 
2.1 I0.7t!.'<: June 7. 

Anlhonv. Imvld S., San Antonio, Tox. Keanier. 
2.1 SH'.,^!)? : Dec. <;. 

Anthony, George B., Detroit, Mich. Underground trap 
for leaking pus. 2,108,840; Feb. 22. 

Anthony, Jack, Tulsa, aHslgnor, by mesne avslgnmenm, 
of sixty per ci"nt to V. P. Collins ami forty per cent 
to (!. krell, Sapulpa, Okla. Slip Hooket. 2.114.980; 
Apr. 10. 

Aniliiiiiv, Mark W.. TyliT. Tex. Motorcycle eni;hii> Irauii- 
niisNi;.n. 2,127,381 ; Aug. 1(1. 

.Vnlliony, Mvron V.. New Ilav(>n, Conu.. nHNlgniM' to 
SlaulTer clii'inlral ("onipany. New York, N. V. Funitl- 
I'lil. s ami Insect IcIilcN. 2,110,125; May 31. 

.\iilliony. Sclnni ()., Wllaon, Tox. FIrooracUer plNtul. 

2, i:;n,or2; si'i>i. o. 

.\nlliony, William C, MNHlgnor to Anihonv Conipaiiv, 
Slr.'iitor, III. Tipping niechanUni. 2.1 3(1 .(1(13 ; Nov, n. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Anthracite Separator Company. (See Pardee, Frank, Jr., 
assignor.) 

Anthracite Separator Company. (See Pardee, F., Jr., 
and Curtin, assignors.) 

Antisell, Frank L., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Copperweld 
Steel Company, Glassport, Pa. Electrolytic copper. 
2,114.161 ; Apr. 12. 

Antofilli. John. (See Walsh, T. J., and Antofilli.) 

Antognazzi, Marco A., Rosario de Santa Fe, Argentine. 
Lifesaving appliance. 2,135,095 ; Nov. 1. 

Antoline, Carlo, Ferriday, La. Heel for footwear. 
2,122,552 ; July 5. 

Anton, Frederick A., Topeka, Kans. Automatic visor 
awning. 2,129,555 ; Sept. 6. 

Antonelli, Americo, Quincy, Mass. Sewing machine at- 
tachment. 2,116,094 ; May 3. 

Antonopulos, Clirist K., Chicago, 111. Directional signal 
switch. 2,119.979 ; June 7. 

Antonsen, Anker K., Beloit, Wis., assignor to Fairbanljs, 
Jlorse & Co., Chicago, 111. Engine governor. 2,108,464 : 
Feb. 15. 

Antrim, Charles H., Grand Rapids, Mich. Gauge. 
2,123,395 ; July 12. 

Antrim, William D., Gloucester, N. J., and A. W. Schlem- 
mer, as.signors to Roberts & Mander Stove Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Cooking stove. 2.107,972 ; Feb. 8. 

Anttila, Waif red. Oak Creek, Colo. Undercarriage con- 
struction for aircraft. 2,136,778 ; Nov. 15. 

Anxionnaz, Ren6, Paris, France. Supercharged furnace. 
2.112,391 ; Mar. 29. 

Anxionnaz, Ren6, Paris, France. Aircraft machinery. 
2.128.789 : Aug. 30. 

Apel, Adolph E. and A. A., Ventnor, N. J. Boat. 
2,126,304 ; Aug. 9. 

Apel, Arno A. (See Apel, Adolph E. and A. A.) 

Apel, Carl H. (See Crawford, D. A., McKinnon, and 
Apel.) 

Apel, George E., Belmont, and J. M. Patterson, Waban, 
assignors to Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Company, 
Cambridge, Mass. Tension band. 2,114,517 ; Apr. 19. 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Frantz, W. A., and McCabe, assignors.) 

Apox Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See Hol- 
land, Sidney S., assignor.) 

.\pex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Holland, S. S., Traughber, and McVey, assignors.) 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Kirby, James B., assignor.) 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
McCabe, John J., assignor.) 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
McVey, Reuben J., assignor.) 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company. (See Racklyeft, 
John W., assignor.) 

Apex Railway Products Company. (See Doherty, Edward 
T., assignor.) 

Apfel, Jacob F., and R. S. Jarrett, deceased, Hamilton, 
Ohio ; E. M. Jarrett, administratrix of said R. S. Jar- 
rett, assignor to said Apfel. Tongs. 2,125,214 ; July 
26. 

Apostoluk, Stephen, and F. R. Prina, New York, N. Y. : 
.said Prina assignor to New York Clasp Corporation. 
Suspender holder. 2,139,481 ; Dec. 6. 

Apothcker, Carl. (See Pool, E., BonhOte. and Apotheker.) 

Apparatebau Gesellschaft Neumann & Borm Kommandit- 
gesellschaft. (See Wurdel. Giinther, assignor.) 

Appel, Abraham. (See Block, David J., assignor.) 

Appel, Maxwell H., Philadelphia, Pa. Hat block clamp. 
2,]18..392; May 24. 

Appel, Oscar J., Paterson, N. J. Oil burner. 2,106,265 : 
Jan. 25. 

Appelbaum, Abraham. (See Radin, M., and Appelhaum ) 

Appelberg, Gustaf R. (See Bullard, E. P., and Appelberg.) 

Apple. Bessie D. (See Cotterman, Frederick W.) 

Apnleby, Owen 1-,., San Jose, Calif. Burner. 2,116,691- 
May 10. ... 

Applegate, Ivan D., East McKeesport, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & JIanufacfuring Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. System of compensation. 2,il2,058 ; 
Mar. 22. 

Applegate, Robert R., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Apparatus 
for welding. 2,112,552 ; Mar. 29. 

Applegate, Uriah S., Walnut Acres, Calif. Sash hinee 
fixture. 2,139,651 ; Dec. 13. 

Applegate, Wilbert A., San Diego, Calif. Electric con- 
ductor wire connection cap. 2,110,458 ; Mar. 8. 

Appleton Electric Company. (See Tornblom, Nils A., as- 
signor.) ' 

Appleton Toy & Furniture Company. (See Heinritz, Ted 
E., assignor.) 

Appleton Wire Works, Inc. (See Buchanan, WilUam E., 
assignor.) 

Appleton Wire Works, Inc. (See Weber, Louis N., as- 
signor.) 

Appleyard, Kenelm C, Birtley, and S. D. Pollitt, New- 
eastle-Upon-Tyne, a.ssignors of one-third to The Birtley 
Company Limited, Birtley, England. Apparatus for 
sepnrating mixed materials having different electrical 
conductivities. 2,1.31.n.'?0 ; Oct. 4. 

Apthorp. Robert E., Milton, Mass. Nozzle. 2,126,440: 
Aug. 9. 

Aaua Systems Incorporated. (See Peter, W. J., and 
Yanchenko, assignors.) 

Arabol Manufacturing Company, The. (See Clegg, J. E., 
and Hilliard, assignors.) 



Arado Flugzeugwerke G. m. b. H. (See Blume, Walter, 
assignor.) 

Aram, Eric H. G. (See Hardy, Richard D., Machen, and 
Aram.) 

Arand, Alfred F., Cincinnati, Ohio. Structural anchor. 
2.130..531 ; Sept. 20. 

Arato, Vincent, and A. Gallucci, Poekskill, N. Y. Sani- 
tary drinking protector. 2,133,318 ; Oct. 18. 

Arb, Irvin L., Adrian, Tex. Pouring spout. 2,124.241 ; 
July 19. 

Arbib, Ida, New York, N. Y. Yarn. 2,122,972; July 5. 

Arbogast, Alfred C, assignor to Northern Indiana Brass 
Company, Elkhart, Ind. Spray head. 2,125,863 ; 
Aug. 9. 

Arbogast, Alfred C, assignor to Northern Indiana Brass 
Company, Elkhart, Ind. Spray head. 2,125,978 ; 
Aug. 9. 

Arbogast, Johnson A., Akron, Ohio. Artificial flsh bait. 
2,111,020; Mar. 15. 

Arbron, Thomas J., Royal Oak, Mich. Egg grader. 
2.112,324; Mar. 29. 

Arbuckle, Samuel F., Highland Park, Mich., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Guide Lamp Corporation, An- 
derson, Ind. Headlight testing device. 2,111,580 ; 
Mar. 22. 

Arbuckle, Samuel F., G. H. Coulter, and C. E. Godley, 
Highland Park, assignors to United Lens Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Signaling system. 2,141,188 ; Dec. 27. 

Arcari, Sandro. (See Scheyer, Sophie (n6e von 
Pezachowicz).) 

Archea, Walter D. (See Romaine, M., and Archea.) 

Archer, George P., New York, N. Y. Lift bedstead. 
2,112,355 ; Mar. 29. 

Archer, Merton T., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to The National 
Supply Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Packed tool joint. 
2,110,825 ; Mar. 8. 

Archer, Norman, Norton-on-Tees, England, assignor to 
Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Fluid tight 
seal between machine members. 2,109,985 ; Mar. 1. 

Archer, Philip D., assignor to Campbell Taggart Asso- 
ciated Bakeries, Inc., Kansas City, Mo. Rack. 
2,129,396 ; Sept. 6. 

Archer Rubber Company. (See Callahan, John T., as- 
signor.) 

Archer, Samuel W. (See Ellis, R. C, and Archer.) 

Archibald, Francis E., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Alcohol Co. Purifying alcohols by removing the 
oily impurities. 2,107,265 ; Feb. 8. 

Archibald, Francis M., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Removing corrosive 
sulphur compounds from petroleum oil. 2,110,283 ; 
Mar. 8. 

Archibald, Francis M., Elizabeth, and H. G. Schneider, 
Roselle, N. J., assignors to Standard Alcohol Company. 
Secondary alcohol production. 2,109,004: Feb. 22. 

Archibald, Francis M., Elizabeth, and H. G. Schneider, 
Roselle, N. J., assignors to Standard Alcohol Company. 
FHiers from renctive acid liquor. 2,131,030; Sept. 27. 

Archibald, Frederick R. (See Hubler, \V. G., and 
Archibald.) 

Archibald, John W. (See Jolly, C, Archibald, and 
Solomon.) 

Arctuius Development Company. (See Glauber, John J., 
assignor.) 

Arctu'.us Development Company. (See Horn, Clarence A., 
.Tssicnnr.) 

Arctnrus Development Company. (See Krahl, Walter L., 
assignor.) 

Ardco Manufacturing Company. (See Stern, Charles, 
as.signor. ) 

Ardeeor (Products) Limited. (See Wraal, Sverre F., 
as.signor.) 

ArdcU, l{()bert, Eberswalde, near Bertin, Germany. Mold 
for ceutiifuKJil casting. 2,130,726; Sept. 20. 

Aiden, Elizabeth, Sales Corporation. (See Lewis, Flor- 
ence N., assignor.) 

Ard(>n. Thomas R., Baldwin, N. Y., assignor to Ultrad 
Products, Incorporated. Electric flashlight. 2,137,230 ; 
Nov. 22. 

Arehart, David D., assignor to Palace Travel Coach 
Corporation. Flint, Mich. Motor vehicle trailer. 
2,134,351 ; Oct. 25. 

.Aiclt. ClKirles. (See Hn stings, O. S.. and Arelt.) 

Arena, Hector J. (See Giaimo, Basilio. assignor.) 

Arena, Urbano P. (See Hoy, E. K., and Arena.) 

Arenberg, Albert L., Highland Park, assignor to Patent 
License Corporation, Chicago, 111. Lighting fixture. 
2,105.447; Jan. 11. 

Arenco Machine Company. (See Anderson, Gustav, as- 
signor.) 

Arend, Nelson A., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company, New York, N. Y. Display 
device. 2,129,519 ; Sept. 0. 

Arens, Charles A., Chicago, 111. Control mechanism. 
2,132,919; Oct. 11. 

.Aresee Company Inc. (See Chandler. D.Tniel L.. npsignov.) 

Arey, Fred C, Oak Park, 111., and D. E. HIbner, Jr., 
Du Bois, Pa., .Tssignors to Vulcan Soot Blower Corpora- 
tion. Soot blowing apparatus for air preheaters. 
2.109,855; Mar. 1. 

Arlena Company. (See Ariens, Mando, assignor.) 

Arlens, Mando, assignor to Ariens Company, Brillion, 
Wis. Rotary pulverizer. 2.129,298 ; Sect. 6. 

.\ristoc Limited. (See Ball, George, assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Arkansas Company. (See Cook, A. A., and Valjavec, as- 
signors.) 

Arkell, Bartlett, and D. M. McBean, Canajoharie, N. Y. ; 
said McBean assignor to said Arkell. Traffic regulat- 
ing svstem. 2.142,040 ; Dec. 27. 

Arkell Safety Bag Company. (See Robinson, Francis T., 
assignor.) 

Arklt^y, William, Surrey Hills, Victoria, Australia. Speed 
controlling mechanism for vehicles. 2,13 3,974 ; Apr. 12. 

Arlavox Manufacturing Company. (See Paredes, Walter 
J., assignor.) 

Arlington Mills. (See Spring, Walter M., assignor.) 

Arma lOngincering Co. (See Uavis, Arthur P., assignor.) 

Arm.'i iOntiini'ering Co. (See Foss, Clifton T., assignor.) 

Armbruster, John W., Brooklyn, assignor, by mesne as- 
signnicnts, to International Business Machines Corpo- 
ration, New York. N. Y. Tabulating and accounting 
machine. 2,116,053 ; May 10. 

Armbruster, R. H., Mfg. Co. (See Frazee, Frank D.) 

Armbruster, W. C. (See Frazee, Frank D., assignor.) 

Armentrout, Arthur L., Santa Maria, and E. B. Hall, 
Los Angeles, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Se- 
curity Engineering Co., Inc., Whittier, Calif. Method 
and apparatus for testing wells. 2,138,057 ; Nov. 29. 

Armentrout, Arthur L., and R. W. Gudie, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Cementing plug. 2,141,370 ; Dec. 27. 

Armett, George A., A. P. Black, and S. M. Fulton, Spondon, 
near Derby, England, assignors to Celanese Corporation 
of America. Pleasuring yarn in pirn and like winding 
apparatus. 2,131,086; Sept. 27. 

Armington, Arthur P., deci-a.scd, Willoughby, by The 
Euclid Road Machinery (,'ompany, Euclid, Ohio, as- 
signee. Resilient connection. Re. 20,837 ; Aug. 30. 

Armington, Arthur P., Willoughby, assignor to The 
Euclid Road Machinery Company, Euclid, Ohio. Yield- 
able mount means. 2,128,216 ; Aug. 30. 

Armington, Arthur P., deceased, \\'illoughby ; K. S. 
Armington, executrix, assignor to The Euclid Road 
Machinery Company, JOuclid, Ohio. Running gear. 
2,141,165; Dec. 27. 

Annington, Katherine S., executrix. (See Armington, 
Arthur P.) 

Armitage, Joseph B. (See Pohl, W. M., and Armitage.) 

Armitage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, assignor to Kearney 
& Trecker Corporation, West AUis, Wis. Milling ma- 
chine. 2,115,058; Apr. 26. 

Amiitage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, assignor to Kearney & 
Trecker Corporation, West AUis, Wis. Cutler grinder. 
2,118,912; May 31. 

Armor, Brady S., and J. J. Walsh, Newburgh, N. Y., 
assignors to B. I. du Pont de Nemours & (>)mpany, 
Wilmington, Del. Design pnibossed high luster finish 
material. 2,131,882 ; Oct. 4. 

Armor, Horace F., Fairfield, Conn., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Foot- 
wear and sole material tlierefor. 2,121,678; June 21. 

Armour, Aileen, Los Angcl(>s, falif. Seat (■al)inet for 
automobiles. 2,130,407 ; Nov. 15. 

Armour and Company. (See Conquest, Victor, assignor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Harrington, Bertie S., as- 
signor.) 

Armour and Company. (.See Tl.irwood, James, assignor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Keil, Havard L., assignor.) 

Armour and Company. (Si>(> Morris, (Miarles 10., as- 
signor.) 

Armour and Company. (Si'c Pool, William O., assignor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, Anderson \V., as- 
signor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., and Bauer, 
assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (Sec Ralston, A. W., and Christen- 
sen, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., and I'ool, 
assignorfl. ) 

Arms, Iceland J., San Francisco, Calif. Soap holder and 
applicator. 2,127,901; Aug. 23. 

Armspach, Otto W., Jackson liolghts, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Auditorium Conditioning <'or- 
porallon, Jersey ('My, N. J. Method of and apjiaratus 
for ventiladng. 2.112,085; Mar. 29. 

Armstrong, Addison C. (Sec .Sargent, A., and Armstrong.) 

Ariiisirong liluni Mfg. ('0. (See Blum, George- J., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong, Clifford n., assignor to CJopes Regulators 
lilnilled, London. England. Valve. 2,105.681 ; Jan. 18. 

AniiHtroiig (jork Coni|)aiiy. fSee Clark, Ralph R., as- 
signor.) 

Arnisirong (;ork Company. (Sen Oaenzle, Luther B., 
assignor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Kaufman, Walter F., 
assignor.) 

Armstrong, Edwin H., New York, N. Y. Radio slgiialliii; 
system. 2,104,011 ; Jan. 4. 

Armstrong, Edwin II.. Ni'W York, N. Y. Multiplex radio 
slgnnling system. 2,101,012; .Ian. 4. 

ArniHtrong, Edwin II., New York, N. Y. Radio reoelvlnj? 
Byslem. 2.116,501 ; May 10. 

Arrnstrong, Edwin H., New York, N. Y. Radio receiving 
system. 2,110,502; May 10. 

ArniHlrong, lOdwIn M., New York, N. Y. Krci|uenrv 
eliaiiglng HYNtem. 2,12'J,-I0I ; July 5. 

AniiNlroiig, lOdwIn II., New York, N. Y. Ilaille trails 
iiilttlng system. 2,130,172; Sept. 13. 



Armstrong, Frank H., Chicago, 111., assignor to Cardox 
Corporation. Indestructible release mechanism for 
blasting cartridges. 2,122,706 ; July 5. 

Armstrong, Fullerton G. G., Beverley, England. Suspen- 
sion arrangement for road vehicles. 2,117,588 ; May 17. 

Armstrong, Fullerton G. G., Beverley, England. Suspen- 
sion arrangement for road vehicles. 2,117,589 ; May 17. 

Armstrong, Fullerton G. G., Beverley, East Yorkshire, 
England. Suspension arrangement for road vehicles. 
2,117,590; May 17. 

Armstrong, Fullerton G. G., Beverley, England. Hydraulic 
shock absorber or other damping means. 2,117,643 ; 
May 17. 

Armstrong, Fullerton G. G., assignor to Armstrong's Pat- 
ents Company Limited, Beverley, East Yorkshire, Eng- 
land. Hydraulic shock absorber or the like damping 
means. 2,117,644 ; May 17. 

Armstrong, Fullerton G. G., assignor to Armstrong's Pat- 
ents Company Limited, Beverley, East Yorkshire, Eng- 
land. Hydraulic shock absorber or the like damping 
means. 2,117,645 ; May 17. 

Armstrong, Fullerton G. (J., assignor to Armstrong's Pat- 
ents Company Limited, Beverley, East Yorkshire, Eng- 
land. Hydraulic shock absorber or the like damping 
means. 2,117,646: May 17. 

Armstrong, George C, Forest Hills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Voltage regulator. 2,111,540; Mar. 22. 

Armstrong, George C, Forest Hills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Time delay relay. 2,111,541 : Mar. 22. 

Armstrong, George C, Forest Hills, assignor to We.sting- 
house IClectric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitt.^- 
burgli. Pa. Time delay relay. 2,111,542 ; Mar. 22. 

Armstrong, George C, Forest Hills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Relay. 2,111,543 : Mar. 22. 

Armstrong, George C, Forest Hills, .assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Companv, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Time limit control. 2,111,550; Mar. 22. 

Armstrong, (George C, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Magnetic 
motor. 2,111,551 ; Mar. 22. 

AniiKirong. Ilarrv C,., Fairfield, Ohio. First aid kit. 
2,120.2:54 ; June 14. 

Armstrong, Jessie, et al. (See Armstrong, Nerval H., 
assignor.) 

Armstrong, Levi B., Great Neck, assignor to The Lundie 
Engineering (Corporation, New York. N. Y. Rail sup- 
porting and s(>curing means. 2,133.912; Oct. 18. 

Armstrong, Nerval H., Seminole, assignor of one-fourth 
to J. Armstrong, one-fourth to E. E. Cox, Snoinac, and 
one-fourth to II. R. Clay, Snomac, Okla. Tubing drain. 
2,128.520 : Aug. 30. 

Armstrong Paint & Varnish Works. (See Gray, Jesse L., 
assignor.) 

Armstrong, Paul R., Quincy, 111. Can washer. 2,119,306 ; 
May 31. 

Armstrong, Percy A. E. (See Rogers, Raymond R., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Siddeley Motors Limited. (See Fell, Louis 
F. R., assignor.) 

Armstrong Siddeley Motors Limited. (See Towns, Herbert 
L.. assignor. 1 

Armstrong Siddelejir Motors Limited. (See Towns. II. L.. 
and Culler, assignors.) 

Armstrong, Sir W. (!.. Whitwortli & Co. (Kngineers) 
Limited. (Si'e Bokenidller. Alfred, assignor.) 

Armstrong, Sir W. O., Whltworth Aircraft Limited. (S<'e 
Llov(i. .lohn. assignor.) 

Arnisirong, Victor C., Short Hills, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Poor it Company. Rail clamp 
fnr inecMinu' ends of rails. 2,119.147; May 31. 

Armstrong, Victor C, Short Hills, N. J., assignor i<i 
Poor & Companv, New York, N. Y. Tie plate and rail 
dip combination. 2,140,217: Dec. 13. 

Arnisirong, Walter R.. Sr., New Orleans, La. .signnl 
device, 2,108,187 ; Feb. 15. 

Ariiistroiig Whltworth Securities Company. (See 
Kadenaey, Michel, assignor.) 

Armstrong's Patents Company. (See Armstrong, Fuller- 
ton G. (i., assignor.) _, ^ ., 

Arndt, Franklin l',.. Gallon, Ohio, assignor fo The Onllon 
Iron Works & Mfg. Co. Material <ll8trlbutor nnd 
siireader. 2.1 16,503 ; May 1 0. 

Arndt, l''ranklln E., <!iilion, Ohio, assignor to The Gallon 
Iron Works * Manufacturing Coiii|>iiny. Material 
(lisliilmtor and si)ren<ler. 2.116.012; May 10. 

Arndt, Kurt, Detroit, Mich. Alrpliine refueling n>slrm. 
2,131.610; Sept. 27. 

Arndl, Paul, Los Angeles. Calif. Label pasting and lift- 
ing aiiparntuH. 2.133,2:U>; Oct. II. 

Arndl, Frledrlrh. (See Klaur. A.. Arndt. and nernlnc.l 

Arndt, John P. (Sec Elckhoft, T. H.. nnd Arndt i 

Arndt, W. Fred, et nl. (Sco Spelts, Ooorgo A., MH8lgn<>r 1 

Arnesen. Chiirolette A., ChlciiKO, III. ContiUiier. 
2.101,005 ; Jiin. 5. 

Ariiesen, Walter A.. New York, N. Y. Oplitlinlui0!«rop». 
2. 131, '.'71) : Oct. 25. 

ArnesH, Wlllliini II., iiNslgnor to RuHtlesn Iron nnd St.vl 
Corpoiiilloii. Iliillliiiore. Md, Kolling nlHlillens steel 
Mild pr.idnil llierei)f. 2.118,603; May 'J-l. 

AnieHH, Wllllniii It., HHHlgtior, liy iiieHiie nxxIgninentK to 
ItUKtIesN Iron Mild Steel ("ornnrnllon of AiiierlcM. Uiil 
tliiiore, Md. KiiHtlesN Iron. &, 121.001 : June 21. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Arness, William B., assignor to Rustless Iron and Steel 
Corporation, Baltimore, Md. Noncorrodible alloy ar- 
ticles and making same. 2,121,391 ; June 21. 

Aruess, William B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Rustless Iron and Steel Corporation, Baltimore, Md. 
Rustless iron. 2,140..501 : Dec. 20. 

Arnett, Worth, Birmingbam, Ala. Calculating machine. 
2,111,349 : Mar. 15. 

Arnholm, Charles A., Barre, Vt. Body and fender 
straightener. 2,126,526 ; Aug. 9. 

Arnold, Albert O. (See Beach, E. E., and Arnold.) 

Arnold, Arthur A. (See Sarfert, H., and Arnold.) 

Arnold, Carl, Nuremberg, Germany. Toy hand grenade. 
2,125,979 ; Aug. 9. 

Arnold. Carl, Nuremberg, CJermany. JSIeclianicnl toy imi- 
tating a calculating horse. 2,135,783 ; Nov. 8. 

Arnold, Charles H., assignor to The National Cash 
Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. Cash register. 
2,131,262 ; Sept. 27. 

Arnold, Charles H., assignor to The National Cash 
Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. Cash register. 

2.141.332 ; Dec. 27. 

Arnold, Charles H., assignor to The National Cash 
Register Company, Davton, Ohio. Cash register. 

2.141.333 ; Dec. 27. 

Arnold, Charles T. (See Dreher, O. G., and Arnold.) 

Arnold, Clarence F., Drexel Hill, I'a. Making a rug 
fringe. 2,129,636; Sept. 13. 

Arnold, Craig R., Dahlonega, Ga. Electric furnace. 
2,122,241 ; June 28. 

Arnold, Edward P., Metuchen, N. J., and M. J. CaUaban, 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Solid-gelled oil composition and pre- 
paring same. 2,120,083 ; June 7. 

Arnold, Forest J., Antioch, 111. Bus clamp. 2,134.849 ; 
Nov. 1. 

Arnold, George A. (See Williams, L. W., and Arnold.) 

Arnold, Henry W., and C. Badger, assignors to The Lamb 
Glass Company, Mount Vernon, Ohio. Glass press. 
2,116,921; May 10. 

Arnold, Herrick R., Elmhurst, and W. A. Lazier, New 
Castle County, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Catalytic hydrogenation 
of carboxylic acids, their esters and anhydrides. 
2,116,552 ; May 10. 

Arnold, Herrick R., and C. H. Greenewalt, assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Hydrogenating polynuclear aromatic ketones. 
2,125,412 ; Aug. 2. 

Arnold, Howard P., Rockland, Mass. Elastic power trans- 
mission belt. 2,109,717 ; Mar. 1. 

Arnold. James B., and R. P. Perkins, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Alkylation of 
phenols. 2,140,782 : Dec. 20. 

Aronson, Louis V., assignor to Art Met.il Works, Inc., 
Newark, N. J. Cigarette lighter. 2,132,771 ; Oct. 11. 

.ironson, Louis V., Newark, N. .1.. n.s.signor to Art Metal 
Works, Inc. Pyrophoric lighting' lu e c li a u i s m . 
2,134.497; Oct. 25. 

Arnold, Luther B., Jr. (See Lenher. S.. and Arnold.) 

Arnold, Luther B., Jr., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Wetting agent 
with mildew-proofing properties. 2,110,074 ; Mar. 1. 

Arnold, Max, New York, N. Y. Permanent waving appli- 
ance. 2,105,009 ; Jan. 11. 

Arnold, Robert 1!. (See Mooiv, W., and Arnold.) 

Arnold, Robert B., Stonewall Courts, Va., assignor to 
Tobacco By-Products and Chemical Corporation, Louis- 
ville, Ky. Nicotine composition. 2,120,225 ; June 14. 

.Vrnold, Samuel, 3rd, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Rustless Iron and Steel Corporation, 
Baltimore, Rid. Remelting scrap metal. 2,119,262 • 
Jlay 31. 

Arnold, William F., Mount Vcvnon, as.signor to Cornell- 
Dubilier Corporation, New York, N. Y. Impregnating 
electric- condensers. 2,125,413; Aug. 2. 

.\rnt. Herald P., assignor to The Artisan Company, Litch- 
fiold, .Mich. Vegetable slicer. 2,110,836 ; Mar. 8. 

Arntzen, Bernard E.. Chic.ngo, 111. Emergency convey- 
ance. 2.138. S26: Dec. 6. h y <- vcj 

Aro Equipment Corporation, The. (See Eastman, Ivan L.. 
assignor.) 

Aromel Corporation, The. (See Ehbrecht, Adolf, as- 
signor.) 

Aronberg, Lester, Chicago, 111. JIarking material. 
2,3 41,965; Dec. 27. 

.^ron-sohn, S. J., Inc. (See Meyers, George U., assignor.) 

.Vron.-son, Louis V. (See Bernhardt. Karl, a.ssignor.) 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Flame producing mech- 
anism. 2,104,965 ; Jan. 11. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Pvrophorlc llehtlnz 
mechanism. 2,111,522 ; Mar. 15. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art Metal 
Works, Inc. Pyrophoric lighting mechanism. 
2,104,964; Jan. 11. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art Metal 

■> 1(17 fi'iS'^^F h Fy''°P'"'i''<^ lighting mechanism. 
Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art Metal 

Works, Inc. Pyrophoric lighter arrangement. 

2,111,523 ; Mar. 15. 
Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art Metal 

Works, Inc. Lighter. 2,111,524; Mar. 15. 



Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art 

Metal Works, Inc. Pyrophoric lighting mechanism. 

2,113,975 ; Apr. 12. 
Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art Metal 

Works, Inc. Combined pyrophoric lighter and cigarette 

container. 2,116,963; May 10. 
Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art Metal 

Works, Inc. Flame-producing mechanism. 2,118,692; 

May 24. 
Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art 

Metal Works, Inc. Pyrophoric lighting mechanism. 

2,120,226; June 14. 
Aronson, Louis V., assignor to Art Metal Works, Inc., 

Newark, N. J. Pyrophoric lighting mechanism. 

2,137,521 : Nov. 22. 
Aronson. Louis V., Newark, N. J., assizor to Art Metal 

Works, Inc. Pyrophoric lighting mechanism. 

2,140,277; Dec. 13. 
Aronstein, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Vanity case. 

2,128,737; Aug. 30. 
Arp, Ewald A., Slinneapolls, Minn. Machine to bend or 

twist connecting rods. 2,134,773 ; Nov. 1. 
Arpels, Salomon (dit Charles), assignor to Soci6t4 Van 

Cleef & Arpels, Paris, France. Jewel ornamented with 

stones. 2,119,067 ; May 31. 
Arpin, Leonard G., and A. J. Bedwell, Fort Lauderdale, 

Fla. Curling device. 2,137,828 ; Nov. 22. 
Arragg, George M., Lawrence, Miiss. Oiling device for 

dead spindles. 2,140,613 : Dec. 20. 
Arras, George, Chicago, 111. Lighting fixture. 2,111.083; 

Mar. 15. 
Arras, George, Chicago, 111. Lighting fixture. 2.118,833; 

May 31. 
Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, Tho. (See 

Bentley, Robert H., assignor.) 
Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company. (See Guett, 

Monroe, assignor.) 
Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. (See 

Guctt, M., and Bentle.v, assignors.) 
Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. (See 

Johnson, David W., as.signor.) 
Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. (See 

Lorenz, Charles H., assignor.) 
Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. (See 

Schleicher, Harold E., assignor.) 
Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company. (See 

Schleicher, H. E., and Guett, assignors.) 
Arrow Manufacturing Company. (See Guttman, John, 

assignor. ) 
Arroyo, Rafael, Rio Piedras, P. R., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to The Lummus Company, New York, N. Y. 

Producing butanol and afctone by fermentation of 

molasses. 2,113,471 ; Apr. 5. 
Arroyo, Rafael, Rio Piedras, P. R., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to The Lummus Companv, New York, N. T. 

Fermentation agent. 2,113,472 ; Apr. 5. 
Artcraft Silk Hosiery Mills, Inc. (See Richter, E. P., and 

Garrett, assignors.) 
"Arthel" (Societe d'Exploitatiou des brevets Jacques 

Arthuys). (See Arthuys, Jacques M., assignor.) 
Arthur, Furman C, Oakmont, and J. B. Barnitt, assignors 

to Aluminum Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Aluminum bronze powder. 2,125,870 ; Aug. 9. 
Arthur, Glenn J., Davenport, Iowa. Folding chair. 

2,131,722 ; Oct. 4. 
Arthur, James F., Dickson, Pa. Cutting device. 

2,120,960 ; June 21. 
Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind.. assignor to General 

Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Ignition control 

apparatus. 2,107,206; Feb. 8. 
Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 

Mich. Control apparatus for engine starters. 

2,112,059 : Mar. 22. 
Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 

Motors Corporation, Detroit, Jlich. Ball bearing timer 

distributor. 2,125,308 ; Aug. 2. 
Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 

Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Vacuum control 

of spark advance. 2,131,020 ; Sept. 27. 
Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 

Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Ignition apparatus. 

2,132,092 ; Oct. 4. 
Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 

Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Ignition dis- 
tributor. 2,133,413 ; Oct. 18. 
Arthur, James L., and D. L. Hittle, Anderson, Ind., as- 
signors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 

Ignition apparatus. 2,125,3B7 : Aug. 2. 
Arthur, James L., and W. Thompson, Anderson. Ind., 

assignors to (jeneral Motors Corporation, Detroit, 

Mich. Ignition timer. 2.131,019 ; Sept. 27. 
Arthur, Philip E. (See Fickett, E. L., Forman, and 

Multiple switch 



Arthur.) 

Biddle, Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Arthurs, 

structure. 2,114,989 ; Apr. 2'6. 
Arthurs, David C, and J. A. Guyer, assignors to Mt. 

Vernon C.nr Mfg. Co., Mount Vernon, 111. Refrigerator 

vehicle. 2,137,766 ; Nov. 22. 
Arthuys, Jacques M.. New York, N. Y., assignor to 

"Arthel" (Societe d'Exploitatiou des brevets Jacques 

Arthuys), Paris, France. Automatic heliostat. 

2.135,097 ; Nov. 8. 
Artisan funipany. The. (See Ariit, Herald P., assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Artistic Lamp Manufacturing Company. (See I'erlmutter, 
Henry A., assifmor. ) 

Artloom Corporation. (See Hilbert, Otto F.; assignor.) 

Art Metal Construction Conipan.v. (See Attwood, Cbarlis 
B., assignor.) 

Art Metal Construction Company. (Sec Gronberg, Victor, 
assignor.) 

Art Metal Construction Company. (See Jones, James R., 
assignor.) 

Art Metal Construction Company. (See Jones, J. R., and 
Gronberg, assignors.) 

Art Metal Clonstruction Company. (See Williams, Julian 
C, assignor.) 

Art Metal Works, Inc. (See Aronson, Louis V., assignor.) 

Art Metal Works, Inc. (See Meyer, Frederick, assignor.) 

Art-O-Graphic Printing Company. (See Durup. Paul 
H., assignor.) 

Arton, John A., Chicago, 111. Convertible furniture. 
2,111,415; Mar. 16. 

Art Rattan Works. (See Ferreira, C. E., and McAbee, 
assignors.) 

Artsay, Nicholas C, Valhalla, assignor to Foster Wheeler 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Heating. 2,11.5,548: 
Apr. 26. 

Artzt, Maurice, Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Oscillator. 2.113,365 ; Apr. 5. 

Artzt, Maurice, Haddonfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, New 
York, N. Y. Direct-current amplifier. 2,123,924; July 
19. 

Artzt, Maurice, Haddonfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation of America. Record- 
ing apparatus. 2,131,547 ; Sept. 27. 

Arutnnoff, Armais, Kartlesville, Okla. Gas separator for 
pumps. 2,104,339 ; Jan. 4. 

Arutunoff, Armais, assignor to Reda Pump Company, 
Bartle-sville, Okla. Making insulating tubes. 2,129,250 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Ajiitunoff, Armais, assignor to Reda Pump Company, 
Bartlesvllle, Okla. Switch. 2,140,149 ; Dec. 13. 

Arver, Joseph F., assignor to J. F. Arver and H. E. Rut- 
tenberg, Co-partners, doing business as Hidstitch Com- 
pany, St. Paul, Minn. Blind-stitch attachment for 
sewing machines. 2,126,715; Aug. 16. 

Arverson, Maurice H., assignor to Standard Oil Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Hydrocarbon resin process. 
2,125,872; Aug. 9. 

Arvey Corporation. (See Gearson, Ralph J., assignor.) 

Arveyware Corporation. (See Blum, Jerome J., assignor.) 

Arvidius, Svante P., Motala, Sweden. Automatic gramo- 
phone. Re. 20,819 ; Aug. 9. 

Arvin, James A., and G. L. Schwartz, assignor to Krafelt 
Corporation of America, Wilmington, Del. Floor cov- 
ering. 2,121,679 ; June 21. 

Arvin, James A.. Chicago, 111., assignor to B. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Coating 
compositions. 2,121,080 ; June 21. 

Arvin, Marion J., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Variable resistance device. 
2,132,594 ; Oct. 11. 

Arzberger, Cornelius F., assignor to Commercial Solvents 
Corporation, Terre Haute, Ind. I'roduction of butyl 
alcohol by fermentation. 2,139.108 ; Dec. 6. 

Asai, Hitoshl, Tokyo, Japan. Fountain pen packing. 
2,1.'?9,21S; Dec. 0. 

Asakawa, YuklchI, Tokyo, Japan. Apparatus for manu- 
facturing lustor-free rayon. 2.108.361 ; Feb. 15. 

Asanger, Jacob, Hollywood, Calif. Billboard. 2,118,543 ; 
May 24. 

Aflbridgo, Hairy 11., Moss Lane, Ashton-on-Mersey, as- 
signor to The Churchill Machine Tool Company 
lylniited, Broadhoath, near Altrincham, England. 
Grinding wheel truing device. 2,130,711 ; Sept. 20. 

Anliury, Charles T., Elkins Park, Pa. Liquid vaporizing 
device. 2,122,3.33 ; June 28. 

Af<l)nry, Clmrles T., Elkins Park, Pa. (Jas and ll(iuld 
contacting apparatus. 2.122,334; June 28. 

Asbury, Stanley, St. Paul, Minn. Tractor draw and hitch. 
2.118,544 ; May 24. 

Asch, Werner, Frankfort-on-tho-Main-Hochst, IT. Janz, Bad 
Soden-on-the-Taunus, W. Pense and A. Voss, Frankfort- 
on-the-Maln-IIochHt, assignors to I. G. Fnrbenlndustrie 
AktlongeHellBchaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Tanning agents. 2,136,997; Nov. 15. 

Ash, Charles S.. Mllford, assignor to Kelsey-HayoB Wheel 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Brake construction. 
2,10.5,176; Jan. 11. 

Ash, Charles S., Mllford, assignor to KelseyHavea M'hoel 
Company, Dclrolt, Mich. Brake drum. i, 107, 22!)- 
Feb. 1. 

Ash, Charles S., Mllford, assignor to Kelsey-Hnyes Wheel 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Wheel construction. 
2,107.925; Feb, 8, 

Ash, Clinrles S.. Mllford, assignor to IColHey-lIayes Wlieel 
Company, Delrolt, Mich, Wheel constrnotlon. 
2.1 18,094 ; May 24, 

Ash, Charles S,, Mllford, assignor to Kelsey-IInyoK When] 
CoMii)(iny, Detroit, Mich, Forming brake drums or like 
BtrnctiireH, 2,120,595; June 14. 

AhIi, ClunlcH S,, Mllford, assignor to Kelsev FlavoH Wheel 
Coiii|)iiny, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle wheel. 5.1I14.'7- 
Dec. 27, 

Ash, Park W. (See Fluor, J. S,. Jr,, and Ash.) 



Aerodynamic rotor. 
Gyratory airplane 



Ash, Thomas, Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. 

2,120,168 ; June 7. 
Ash, Thomas, Jr., Los Angele.s, Calif. 

wing. 2,108,245 ; Feb, 15. 
A.shbaugh, John H., Springfield, Mass., assignor to West- 

inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigeration apparatus. 2,133,951 ; 

Oct. 25. 
Ashby, Carl T., Evansville, Ind., assignor to Serrel, 

Inc., New York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 2,116,999 ; 

May 10. 
Ashby, Carl T., Evansville, Ind., assignor to Servel, Inc., 

New York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 2,129,982 ; Sept. 

Ashby, Francis C, assignor to Frank Ashby and Song 

Limited, Birmingham, England. Steering wheel. 

2,128,069 ; Aug, 23. 
Ashby, Frank, and Sons Limited. (See Ashby, Francis 

C, assignor.) 
Ashdown, II, E,, (Birmingham) Limited, (See Snell. 

Alfred G., assignor,) 

Ashdown, Kenneth T,, Drexel Hill, and V. L, Coi, Phila- 
delphia, Pa,, assignors to General Electric Company, 
Electric switch gear, 2,117,130; May 10. 

Ashe Manufacturing Corporation. (See Berry, Warren 
H., assignor.) 

Ashe, Marselius T., Garden City. N. Y. Frame for ad- 
vertising cards. 2,106,203 ; Jan. 25. 

Ash Grove Lime & Portland Cement Co. (See Frolidi, 
A. K., and Lundteigen, assignors.) 

Ash jean, A. Ted. et al. (See Wohlfarth, Walter W., as- 
signor.) 

Ashkenas, Abraham, Sierra Madre, Calif. Extension 
table. 2,119,000; May 31. 

Ashley, Arthur W., Houston, Tex. Tank construction, 
2,123,035; July 5. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., Summit, assignor to Carrier Corpora- 
tion, Newark, N. J. Adsorption air conditioning system. 
2,134,544: Oct. 25. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., Summit and S. F. Shawhan, Maple- 
wood, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Clarrier 
Corporation, Newark, N. J. Air conditioning appara- 
tus. 2,140,305 ; Dec. 13. 

-Vshley, Frank M., Great Kills, Staten Island. N. Y.. as- 
signor to L. Gompers, trustee. Pipe and pipe filter. 
2,108,423; Feb, 15. 

Ashley, Frank M., Great Kills, Staten Island, N. Y., as- 
signor to L. Gompers, trustee. Pipe prop. 2,115,696 ; 
May 3. 

Ashley, Frank M., Great Kills, N. Y., assignor to L. 
Gompers, trustee. Inkstand. 2,115,697 ; Afay 3. 

Ashley, Frank M., Great Kills, assignor to L. Gompers, 
trustee. New York, N. Y. Inkstand. 2,119,307; May 

Ashley, Frank M., Great Kills, assignor to L. Gompers, 
trustee. New York, N. Y. Inkstand. 2,119,308 ; May 

Ashley, Frank M., Great Kills, assignor to L. Gompers, 
trustee. New York, N. Y. Fountain pen. 2,121,239 ; 
June 21. 

Ashley, Frank M., Great Kills, assignor to Lewis Gompers, 
trustee. New York, N. V. Fountain pen. 2,124,280 • 
.July 19, 

Ashle.y, Frank M., Great Kills, Staten Island, assignor to 
L. Gompers, New York, N. Y., as trustee. Spectacles. 
2,129.458 ; Sept. 6. 

Ashley, Frank M^^ Great Kills, Staten Island, N. Y„ as- 
signor to L. Gompers, as trustee. Pipe and filter 
therefor. 2,132,141; Oct. 4. 

Ashley, Frank M„ Great Kills, Staten Island, N, Y„ as- 
signor to L, fiompers, as trustee. Pipe for smoking 
tobacco. 2,132,142; Oct. 4. 

Ashley, Frank M., Great Kills, Staten Island, N. Y„ as- 
signor to L, Gompers, as trustee. Pipe for tobacco, 
2,132,143 ; Oct. 4. 

Ashley, Merwin F,, et al, (See Grant, Albert E„ as 
signor,) 

Ashman. David B., Baltimore, Md. Cutting machine 
knife sharpener and standard protector. 2,119,709 ■ 
June 7. 

Ashlnn, D. G., et al., receivers. (See Abrams, Horace M . 
iiHslgnor.) 

Ashlon, llrnest W., Ottawa, Ontario. Canndii. assignor 
to Imliistrinl Patents Corporation, Chicago. 111. Bnind- 
inL'.Icvlce. 2,137,891 : Nov, 22, 

Ashton, Philip E., Merlden. Conn, Clgiir Itchter 
2,120,710 : Aug, 10. 

Ashlon. Philip R., and S. L. Wolfson, Merlden, Conn • 
said Wolf.'ion assignor to said Ashton, ICleclrIc clear 
lighter. 2.135.270; Nov, 1. '^ 

Ashton Valve Conipany, Tlia (See Baker. H, S. and 
Motherwell. MHslgnors.) 

Ashton. Willliini II, (Si-e Chambers, Leslie A,, nsslgrior. ) 

Ashworth. Fre<l. Wenliniii. and L. S. Oiirfln Maiden 
Mass.. assignors to Ihilfc-d Shoo Mnrhlnerv Ci)'n»onilloii' 
Piiterson, N. .1 . Miiniifiicture of niocoiBin tyiM» sJuh-h' 
2,i:t9,713: I)<c. 13. •" »""'•• 

Ashworth, Handel, Mnlverne. N. T. Choko vnlvo control 
2,121,392 : June 21. 

ABJiworfh, Harry E,. WIIUIiiHlmrp, asslpnor to The Tnlon 
Switch A Signal Conipiiiiy, SwI.'^Kvale. Vi\. Therniil 
relnv, 2,111.805; Apr, 10. 

,AsI.iinlii Wcrke A, O. (See von MenatciitTiO Gerf /. ■(■ 
signor,) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Askariia-Werke A. G. (See Schuchardt, H., and von 
JlanteufTel, assignors.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. (See Ziebolz, Herbert, assignor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. (See Ziebolz, H., and Velten, as- 
signors. ) 

Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Centralwerkstatt-Dessau und 
Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Blasig, Kurt, assignor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Centralwerkstatt-Dessau 
und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Haalck, Hans, as- 
signor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Central Werkstatt Dessau 
und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Moller, Waldemar, 
assignor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Centralwerkstatt Dessau und 
Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See von Manteuffel, Gert Z., 
assignor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Central Werkstatt Dessau 
und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Wiinsch, Guldo, 
assignor.) 

Askaiiia-\\ erke A. G. vormals Central Werkstatt, Dessau 
und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Wunsch, G., and 
Hartung, assignors.) 

Askania-Werke A. G., vormals Centralwerkstatt Dessau und 
Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Wunscb, G., and von 
Manteuft'el, assignors.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Central Werkstatt Dessau 
und Carl Bamberg- Freidenau. (See Wiinsch, H., and 
Gerisch, assignors.) 

Aske, Irving E., Muskegon, assignor to Campbell, Wyant 
& Cannon Foundry Company, Muskegon Heights, Mich. 
; Cylinder head and combustion chamber for internal 
combustion engines. 2,138,131; Nov. 29. 

Askin, Morris W., Washington, D. C, assignor of one- 
half to D. Brussell, Philadelphia, Pa. Lamp shade 
adapter. 2,123,582 ; July 12. 

Askue, Albert R., Mentor on the Lake, Ohio. Conduit rod. 
2,135,487 ; Nov. 8. 

Asmussen, Heinrich, Berlin-Steglitz, and J. Kiess, Berlin, 
Germany, assignors to General Electric Company. 
Method of and apparatus for severing into lengths 
coiled filament wire. 2,107,926 ; Feb. 8. 

Asmussen, Heinrich, Berlin-Steglitz, and H.-N. von 
Funcke, Berlin-Halensee, Germany, assignors to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric incandescent lamp. 
2,142,072 ; Dec. 27. 

Aspenburg, Charles A., Wildwood, N. J. Trawl net. 
2,137,663; Nov. 22. 

Aspenleiter, Jo-seph W., assignor to Bausch & Lomb 
Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Opthalmie mount- 
ing. 2,129,520; Sept. 6. 

Aspenleiter, Joseph W., assignor to Bausch & Lomb 
Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Goggles. 2,129,521 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Aspenleiter, Joseph W., assignor to Bausch & Lomb 
Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Ophthalmic mount- 
ing. 2,141,285; Dec. 27. 

Asper, Orson E., Lorenzo, Idaho. Thawing attachment 
for the hose connections and radiator of an internal 
combustion engine. 2,137.231 ; Nov. 22. 

Asprooth, Axel H. (See Anglada, J. A., and Asprooth.) 

Assbroicher, Heinz, Hanovcr-lGeefeld, and K. HufC, Han- 
over-Herrenhausen, assignors to Continental Gummi- 
Werke Aktiengesellschaft, Hanover, Germany. Making 
molds. 2,120,881 ; June 14. 

Asselin, Arthur N., Fall River, Mass. Valve. 2,137,561 ; 
Nov. 22. 

Asselin, Arthur N., Fall River, Mass. Liquid level con- 
trolling valve. 2,141,807 ; Dec. 27. 

Asselin, James H., Chicago, 111. Railway crossing. 
2,132,008; Oct. 4. 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Bakker, Pier, 
assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Calhoun, Free, 
assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Cox, Irvin W., 
assignor.) 

-Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Crocker, 
T. F., Saunders, and Lomax, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Ffolliott, 
Charles F., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Gohorel, Fer- 
nand P., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Golay, Mar- 
cel J. E., a.'isignor. ) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Johnson, 
Leith, assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Levy, Oscar 
C. assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Lomax, Clar- 
ence E., a.s.signor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Lomax, C. E., 
and Voss, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Mercer, 
Richard, assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Martin, T. G., 
and Lomax, assignors.) 

Associated Eleplric Laboratories, Inc. (See Miller, Mer- 
ton R., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Nelson, 
Martin L.. assisxnor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Obergfell, 
Herbert F., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Ostline, John 
E., assignor.) 



Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Peterson, 

Seth E., assignor.) 
.\ssociated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Phebus, Wil- 
liam C, assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Pye, Harold 

C, assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Robinson, 

Harold C, assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Sands, Roy 

G., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories,^ Inc. (See Saunders, 

Norman H., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Saunders, 

N. H., and Fowler, assignors. ) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Sigo, Arthur 

T., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Smith, 

Howard H, assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Voss, John 

H., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Wicks, John, 
assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Willis, Ber- 
nard D., assignor.) 

Associated JIanufaeturers' Agency. (See Hawes, Henry 
F., assignor.) 

Associated Metals & Minerals Corporation et al. (See 
Hyde, R. W., and Cromwell, assignors.) 

Associated Patents, Inc. (See De Vlieg, Charles B., as- 
signor.) 

Associated Patents, Inc. (See Graves, B. P., and Ben- 
nett, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Baker, 
G. T., and McClew, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Bums, 
George A., assignor.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Saxby, 
Robert N., assignor.) 

Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Roseby, Philip N., assignor.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See 
Taylor, R., and Baker, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Taylor, R., and Mason, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Woodland, C. R., and Rhodes, assignors.) 

Association of American Soap & Glycerine Producers, 
Inc. (See Hoover, Kenneth H., assignor.) 

Aston, Robert J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Paper file. 2,133,182 
Oct. 11. 

Aston, Robert J, Pittsburgh, Pa. Washboard. 2,127,800 
Aug. 23. 

Astrom, Carl P., East Orange, N. J. Ladle. 2,107,267 
Feb. 8. 

Astrove, Joseph, assignor to Tidy Products Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Infant's garment. 2,131,248 ; Sept 
27. 

Atchison, Leonard W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Cooling unit for refrig- 
erating machines. 2,109,986 ; Mar. 1. 

Atchison, Leonard W., Scheuuccady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Partition assembly for 
freezing trays. 2,136,226 ; Nov. 8. 

Atchison, Leonard W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Partition element for 
freezing trays. 2,112,000 ; Mar. 22. 

Atchison, Leonard W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Evaporator for refrigerat- 
ing machines. 2,118.637 ; May 24. 

Ateliers de Constructions Electriques de Charleroi. (See 
Renaud, Constant, assignor.) 

Ateliers de Constructions Electriques, de Delle. (See 
Saudicoeur, Louis J., assignor.) 

Ateliers de Constructions jMecaui<iues C. & A. Holweg. 
(See Holweg. Charles, assignor.) 

Ateliers Neyret-Beylier & Piccard-Picket. (See Danel, 
Pierre F., assignor.) 

Ateliers Neyret-Beylier & Plccard-Pictet. (See Danel, P. 
F., assignor.) 

Aten Sewage Disposal Co. (See Aten, Theodore, as- 
signor.) 

Aten. Theodore. Floral Park, assignor to Alen Sewage 
Disposal Co., Inc.. New York, N. Y. Tank and the like. 
2.134,r..')1 : Oct. 25. 

Athens, Pierre, Hollywood, Calif. Hair waving device. 
2,109,632; Mar. 1. 

Atherton, Howard B., Chicago, 111., assignor to P. H. 
Joyce and L. M. Walter, as trustees of Chicago Great 
Western Railroad Company. Transportation appara- 
tus. 2,128,667; Aug. 30, 

Athey Truss Wheel Co. (See Kuchar, Joseph, assignor.) 

.\thv, I..awrenci' F. (.See JlcCoUum, E. V., and Athy.; 

Atkins, E. C, and Company. (See Gommel, Dewey E., 
assignor.) 

Atkins, E, C, & Company. (See Thatcher, Edward E., 
assignor.) 

Atkins, George E., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor of one-half 
ro .\. I. Abraliams. New York, N. Y. Regulating appa- 
ratus and svstimi. 2.11X860; Apr. 12. 

Atkins, George E., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Battery box. 2,117,692 ; May 17. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Atkins, George E., Gleu Ridge, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. 1'. 
Teletypewriter projector. 2,136,602; Nov. 3 5. 

Atkins, Siuuuel F., assignor to The Northwest Paper Com- 
pany, Clonuet, Minn. Paper towel. 2,130,375 ; Sept. 
20. 

Atkinson, Charles L., Cynthiana, Ky. Wall cleaning ap- 
paratus. 2,127,051 ; Aug. 16. 

Atkinson, John F., and C. E. Brown, Harrisonville, Mo., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to International Filter 
Co. Apparatus for aerating liquids. 2,115,188 ; Apr. 
26. 

Atkinson, K. O., et al. (See Warner, Robert L. L., as- 
signor.) 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to Gen- 
eral Cable Corporation, New York, N. Y. Metal ex- 
trusion press and operation. 2.107,846 ; Feb. 8. 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to 
General Cable Corporation, New York, N. T. Electrical 
conductor. 2,125,869 ; Aug. 9. 

Atkinson, Sidney. (See Taylor, M. K., and Atkinson.) 

Atkinson, Vernon L., West Caldwell, N. J., and C. W. 
Foster, Paris, France, assignors to Standard Oil Devel- 
opment Company. Process and apparatus for indi- 
rect heat transfer between two liquid materials. 
2,119,091 ; May 31. 

Atlanta Paper Company. (See Cummings, Fred E., as- 
signor.) 

Atlantic Carton Corporation. (See Whitehead, Earl B., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Coast Fisheries Company, The. (See Taylor, 
H. F., and Cooke, assignors.) 

Atlantic Products Corporation. (See Cart, Theodore S., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Brownscombe, 
Eugene R., assignor.) 

.\tlantic Refining Company, The. (See Butz, John G., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Bhlers, Carl II., 
assi.^nor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Ferris, Seymour 
W., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Ferris, S. W., and 
Birkhlmer, assignors.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Ferris, S. W., 
and Cowles, assignors.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Griesingor, Will- 
iam IC, assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Llpkln, David, 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Marks, Ernest M., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, Tlio. (See Roberts, Oscar 
1... assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, Tlio. (See Renter, Raymond, 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Smith, ly. I'... 
Funsten. and Field, assignors.) 

.\tlantic Refining Company, The. (See Van Dyke, John 
W., assignor.) 

Atlantic Research Associates, Inc. (See Atwood, Francis 
C, assignor.) 

Atlantic Research Associates, Inc. (See Menaker, Ar- 
nold J., assignor.) 

Atlantic Service Company. (See Schaefor, Adolph O., 
assignor.) 

Atlas Ago, Cheraische Fahrik A. G. (Sec Closmun, Adolf, 
assignor.) 

.\tlas-Ago. Chemische Fabrik, Aktlengesellschaft. (See 
Schaefcr, Hans, assignor.) 

Atlas Floor Surfacing Machinery Corp. (See Okun, Na- 
thaniel N., assignor.) 

Atl.'iH Bolt & Screw Company, The. (See Schellentrager, 
Eugene W., assignor.) 

Atlas Copper & Brass Mfg. Co. (See Woodruff, Harry I^., 
assignor.) 

Atlas Drop Forge Company. (See Buckingham, Norris 
R., assignor.) 

Atlas neatlng & Ventilating Co. Ltd. (See Fanning, 
ErroU C, assignor.) 

Atlas Mi'al A|ipli,iiices Co. (See Bullanl. J. O., ami 
Fouch, assignors.) 

Atlas Mineral Products Company, TIic (Si-e Payne, 
CMaron U., assignor.) 

Atl:iH Plywood Corporation. (Sr-e MuUer, ISobert A., as- 
slgMor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Brown, Kennclh R., as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Bucy, Kiliiimul IT., as 
signor. ) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Gocpp, Rudolph M., Jr., 
BHsignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Iluyett, Daniel D., ns- 

Mignor. ) 
Atlas I'owder Company. (See Moat, Harry L., nsslgnor.) 
Atlas Powder Couipuny. (Soo I'owur, James T., iis 

Hlgnor. ) 
AlliiH Powder Company. (See Gnnpp, Itiidolpli M., Jr.. 

nsHlgnor. ) 
AtliiH I'owder Company. (See riiirrlHon, Ijonnder II., ns 

sl^jnor.) 
AtluH Powder Comi)any. (See Power, J. T., and Brown. 

UBBlKnorH.) 



Atlas Powder Company. (See Slusser, James E., as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Press Company. (See Collins, James G., assignor.) 

Atlas Specialty Co. (See Herzberg, Uustav, assignor.; 

Atlas Steel Barrel Corporation. (See Campbell, It., and 
Proctor, assignors.) 

Atlas Steel Barrel Corporation. (See Proctor, John R., 
assignor.) 

Atlas Underwear Company, The. (See Harwood, Asa 
J., assignor.) 

Atlee, Zed J. (See Gross, M. J., and Atlee.) 

Atno, Henry T. (See Hooper, J. E., and Atno.) 

Attenhofer, Adolf, Zurich, Switzerland. Ski attaching 
device. 2,106,110 ; Jan. 18. 

Atti, Raphael, Union City, N. J., assignor to Francis H 
Richards, Inc., New York, N. Y. Printing apparatus. 
2,124,179 ; July 19. 

Atlee, Zed J. (See Gross, M. J., and Atlee.) 

Attwood, Charles E., Lakewood, assignor to Art Metal 
Construction Company, Jamestown, N. Y. Blanking 
notching, and scoring sheets. 2,141,121 ; Dec. 20. 

Attwood, John G., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The Jef- 
frey Manufacturing Company. Jig. 2,132,380 ; Oct. 

Atwell, Clarence A. (See Hill, C. F., Jones, and Atwell ) 

Atwell, Corbin S., St. Petersburg, Fla. Boat. 2,108 574 ■ 
Feb. 15. . ■ > 

.A.twell, Harold V., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Propane treating in 
cracking svstems. 2.10S.fi?!6: Feb 15 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains. N. Y., assignor to Gaso- 
line Products Company, Inc., Newark, N. J. Treatment 
of hydrocarbon oil. 2,109,875 ; Mar. 1. 

Atwell. Harold V., White Plains, N. Y.. assignor to 
Gasoline Products Company, Inc., Newark, N. J. Treat- 
ment of hydrocarbons. 2,118.288; May 24 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Ga.<;o- 
line Products Company, Inc., Newark, N. J. Treating 
hydrocarbon oil. 2,125.234 ; July 26. 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, assignor to Process Man- 
agement Company Inc., New York, N. Y. Treatment 
of hydrocarbon gases. 2,125,235 ; July 26 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, assignor to Process 
Management Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Produc- 
tion of motor fuel. 2,130,662 ; Sept. 20 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, assignor to Process 
Management Company, Inc., New York, N. Y Treat- 
ment of hydrocarbon oils. 2,133,240; Oct H 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plain.s. assignor to'Proi-ess 
Management Company, Inc., New York, N Y Treat- 
ment of hydrocarbons. :M.'?4.:^,22 : Oet '>5 

Atwood A. Harlow. (See Hummer, EslIeB., assignor.) 

Atwood, Edward P., assignor to Dnrkee-Atwood Companv. 
Minneapolis, Minn. Clear vision shield. 2,111,35(3 • 
Mar. 15. 

.\twoO(l, Fr.uicis C, N<>wton, Mass., assignor, by mesiu- 
assigniiieiils, to Atlantic Research Associates, Inc. 
Grinding iiiaeliine. 2,128,22(); .\ug. SO 

Atwood, Harry N., South Lyndeboro, N. H. Composite 
structural unit and making the same. 2,12().7I1: 
Aug. 16. 

.\ I wood, J anus T., Rockford, III., and D. E. Crabb, De- 
troit, Mich., assignors to Atwood Vacuum Machine 
Company, Rockford, 111. .Seat slide assembly. 
2,129,637 ; Sept. 13. 

-Vtwood, James T.. and L, C. Smith, Rockford, III. Hinge. 
2,122,831 ; July .T. 

Atwood, Leroy J., San Antonio, Te.v. Metal feeder for 
type casting machines. 2,125,265; Aug 2 

Atwood Machine C:ompany, The. (See Duncklee, Elmer R , 
assignor.) 

.\twood Macliine Company, The. (See Gordon, William 
K., assignor.) 

Atwoo<l Machine Company, The. (See Schautz. W. L., 
and Lewis, assignors.) 

Atwood Machine Company, The. (See Taylor, Howard W.. 
assignor.) 

Atwood. Rawson. assignor to Decorated Metal Manufno- 
tiiring Co. Inc., Brooklyn, N. V. Spool. 2.140 7";» • 
Dec. 20. 

Atwood Vacuum Machine Company. (See Atwood, J. T., 
and Crabl), assignors.) 

A (wood V.'U'uum Machine Companv, The. (.See Lustig, 
Walter R., assignor.) 

Atwood. W.irren H. (See Wylie. C. .\., and Atwood.) 

.\t/., I'"re(l(-ricl; W.. Jr., Plilliidelplilii, I'n.. assignor to 
Link-Belt ("ompany, Clil<;igo. Ill IOIeolrle;il control 
system. 2,1 :Hi. •!•<■.' ; Deo. «. 

.\ii. Carl II., Wnshlngton, D. C. Recorder. '.MO.S.O".? • 
Fib. I.T 

.\uban. FCIIx, Paris, France. I'acking for croand coffee. 
2.110,012; Mar. I. 

Aubert, ll<''rmenegll<|i-. Saint .Vdele. Oueb.-c, Cnnndn 
Ski clamp. 2,13;i..S,1.?. Oct. IN. 

Aiibert, Lfandri>, St. Adele. gnelioc, Canndn. Ski cliimn- 
llig ilevlrc. 2. 107. lit.'. : Fi'b. I. 

Anbll7., I'ldward ('., UNNiguor to O C, O Metal Slaiiipinu 
t'liiiipany. Warren, Pa. M<ip romierler. 2,1 Itl.aTri : 
May 3. 

Auburn .\utoniolille Company. (See Snow, Herbert C 
iisHl(;iii)r. ) ■■ 

.\iiliiini Foundry Inc. 
hIi'iko- ( 

Auckland, Wlllliim. Henttio, WaMli 
•-',l2ft.H(l.|; AuK. 0. 



(Sco nrennrr, ChnrlcH tJ., mi* 
GliliiM-tniM' cutter 



32 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Auden, Harold A., Banstead, and H. P. Staudinger, Epsom, 
England, assignors to E. Berl, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manu- 
facture of cellulose esters. 2,110,642 ; Mar. 8. 
Auden, Harold A., Banstead, and P. Eaglesfield, Sutton, 
England, assignors to Standard Brands Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Drying of yeast. 2,111,201 ; Mar. 15. 
Auden, Harold A., Banstead, H. P. Staudinger, iJpsom, 
and P. Eaglesfield, Carshalton, England, assignors to 
E. Berl, Pittsburgh. Pa. Treatment of cellulose tri- 
acetate. 2,121.899 ; June 28. 
Auditorium Conditioning Corporation. (See Arnispacli, 

Otto W., assignor.) 
Auditorium Conditioning Corporation. (See Baker, 

Irving C, assignor.) 
Auditorium Conditioning Corporation. (See Chester, 

Thomas, assignor.) 
Auditorium Conditioning Corporation. (See Crawford, 

Robert B. P., assignor.) 
Auditorium Conditioning Corporation. (See Hunicke, 

Clarence C, assignor.) 
Audley Engineering Company Limited. (See Leach, Rob- 
ert W., assignor.) 

Audubon Wire Cloth Corporation. (See Cuba, Uaymond 
J., assignor.) 

Audubon Wire Cloth Corporation. (See Guba, Raymond 
A., assignor.) 

Auer, George A. (See Garner, F. G., and Auer.) 

Auer, George A. (See Wright, Joseph L., assignor.) 

Auer, Laszlo, Budapest, Hungary, assignor to J. R. New- 
man, Washington, D. C. Manufacture of modified 
organic isocolloid materials. 2,106,708 ; Feb. 1. 

Auerhahn, Albert. (See Stadler, R., and Auerhahn.) 

Augenstein, Henry E., New York, N. Y. Cuff link. 
2,129,640 ; Sept. 13. 

Auger, Charles W., Sefton Park, Liverpool, England. 
Toy or game apparatus. 2,131,496 ; Sept, 27. 

Auger, Claude H., Saugus, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Butterfly valve. 2,114,168 ; Apr. 
12. 

Auger, Claude H., Saugus, Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Supercharger arrangement. 
2,117,131 ; May 10. 

Augier, Jean, and P. G. Lanrent, Belfort, France, as- 
signors to General Electric Company. Electric valve 
converting .apparatus. 2,136,227 ; Nov. 8. 

Angustadt, Herbert W., Valley Stream, assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electric filter. 2,106,785 ; Feb. 1. 

Aukerman, James A., Peru, Ind. Brooder. 2,106,700 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Aulbach, Charles J. (See Nickels, W., and Aulbach.) 

Auld, James E., Coconut Grove, Fla. Window operating 
device. 2,106,369; Jan. 25. 

Anil, Harry, assignor to Friedberger-Aaron Manufactur- 
ing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Hairnet. 2,136,603; 
Nov. 15. 

Anil, Watson P., St. Louis, Mo. Cigarette ring. 
2,109,609 ; Mar. 1. 

Aulson, Philip G., assignor to The Aulson Tanning Ma- 
chinery Company, Salem, Mass. Abrading roller. 
2,130,409; Sept. 20. 

Aulson Tanning Machinery Company, The. (See Aulson, 
Philip G., assignor.) 

Ault Vivian S., Los Angeles, Calif. Face protector for 
hot air hair driers. 2,124,131 ; July 19. 

Ault, Waldo C, and C. A. Hochwalt, Dayton, Ohio, as- 
signors to Monsanto Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Manufacture of Motor fuel. 2,105.464; Jan. 18. 

Ault, Waldo C, and C. A. Hochwalt, Dayton, Ohio, as- 
signors to Monsanto Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Treating hydrocarbon distillates. 2,131,879 ; Oct. 4. 

Ault & Wlborg Corporation. (See Rolle, Clifford J., as- 
signor.) 

Aument, H Chester, Long Island City, N. Y. Method 
and apparatus for forming tubes. 2,130,727 ; Sept. 
20. 

Aunger, Edwin F., Escondido, Calif. Oil burning furnace. 
2,114,584; Apr. 19. 

Aurelius, Bernard E., et al. (See Olson, Oscar L., as- 
signor.) 

Aurelius, Eugene A., et al. (See Olson, Oscar L., as- 
signor.) 

Aurex Corporation. (See Huth, Walter H., assignor.) 

Aurex Corporation. (See Tittle, Hulbert C, assignor.) 

Aurien. George, Clayton, Mo. Drawing double walled 
windowpanes. 2,116,297 ; May 3. 

Aurien, Ray G., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, ni. Brake arrangement. 2,113.339; Apr. 5. 

Auslander, Henry, New York, N. Y. Sectional cigarette 
cicn 2.1f>-,.ri17 : T.-in. IS. 

Auslander, Henry, New York, N. Y. Cover for flowerpots 
and the like. 2,110,981; Mar. 15. 

Aust. Joseph B. (See Martin, H. C.. Upper, and Aust.) 

Austenal Laboratories, Inc. (See Merrick, Albert W., 
assignor.) 

Austen.il Laboratories, Inc. (See Prange, C. H., and Zahn, 
assignors.) 

Austenal Laboratories, Inc. (See Prange, Charles H., 
assignor.) 

Austenal Laboratories, Inc. (See Zahn, Erich H., as- 
signor.) 

Austhoff. Henry, Gr.ind Rapids, Mich. Cement shingle. 
2.127,199; Aug. 16. 

Austin, Alcide J. (See Plro, Philip J., assignor.) 



Austin, Arthur O., near Barberton, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, 
Ohio. Surge arrester. 2,108,465 : Feb. 15. 
Austin, Bascum O., Forest Hills, and N. H. Wlllby, Irwin 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
f^^P'i^y' ^^^t Pittsburgh, Pa. Motor control system. 
2.128,034; Aug. 23. 
.Austin, Bascum O., Forest Hiils, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Motor control svstem. 2.134,545 : Oct 25 
Austin, Benjamin P., East Gastonia, N. C. Burial ap- 
paratus. 2,130,056; Sept. 13. 
Austin, Dwight E. (See Strong. W. P.. and Au.«tin ) 
Austin. Edward G. (See Austin, Frank and E. G.) 
Austin, Ellsworth W., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Propeller. 

2,116,818 ; May 10. 
Austin, Ellsworth W., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Killefer Manufacturing Corpo- 
ration. Earth moving device. 2,121,240 ; June 21. 
Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant Choate Manu- 
facturing Company, Incorporated, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Snow moving device. 2,123,925 ; July 19. 
Austin, Ellsworth W., .assignor to La Plant Choate Manu- 
facturing Company, Inc.. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Snow 
moving device. 2,137,321 ; Nov. 22. 
Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor lo La Plant Choate Manu- 
facturing Company, Incorporated, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Earth moving device. 2,137,829 ; Nov. 22. 
Austin, Frank and E. G., Fanwood, N. J. Weather strip 

for windows. 2,131,087 ; Sept. 27. 
Austin, Frank E., Hanover. N. H. Take-off box for pole 

vaulting. 2,110.254 ; Mar. 8. 
Austin, Frederick D., Port Chester, N. Y. Fuse substance 

and producine same. 2,117.282 ; May 17. 
Austin, Harry M., assignor to Crown Cork & Seal Com- 
pany, Inc., Baltimore, Md. Expansion joint. 
2,127,853; Aug. 23. 
Austin, Harvey U., assignor to The Hamlin Metal Prod- 
ucts Company, Akron, Ohio. Filter element and mak- 
ing tbo s.nme. 2.1.'?1.nn-) • Sep*- 20. 
Austin, Herbert, Bromsgrove, England. Reversing gear 
for use in the power transmission of vehicles, ships, 
and the like. 2,109,610 ; Mar. 1. 
Austin, John P., St. Louis, Mo. Folding optical device. 

2,125,871 ; Aug. 9. 
Austin, Jonathan R., Dayton, Ohio, and D. R. Berlin. 
Eggertsville, N. Y. Emergency balancing means. 
2,117,2."?4 ; May 10. 
Austin, Miner M., Highland Park, 111., assignor to Fansteel 
Metallurgical Corporation. Tantalum recovcrv. 
2,107,277 ; Feb. 8. 
-Austin, Paul R.. and F. J. McCall, assignors to E. I 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Producing phthalide. 2,114,696 ; Apr. 19. 
Austin, Paul R., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington. Del. Hvdrogenating 5-nitro- 
phthalide. 2.1.30,480: Sept. 20. 
Austin, Walter M., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing (iompanv. East Pitt.eburgh. 
Pa. Circuit breaker. 2.109,226; Feb. 22. 
Austin. Wendell F., Medford, Mass. Oil burner appa- 
ratus. 2,lil,202; Mar. 15. 
Austin, William, Canterbury, England. Vehicle actuated 
means for opening and/or closing doors and gates. 
2,120,084 ; June 7. 
Auten, Claude I., R. D. Snodgrass, and W. F. Schultz, 
assignors to Truscon Steel Company, Youngstown, Ohio. 
Grid or grating structure. 2,114,773 ; Apr. 19. 
Auto Research Corporation. (See Bijur, Joseph, assignor.) 
Auto Research Corporation. (See Kocher, Edward H., 

assignor.) 
Auto Research Corporation. (See Moore, George L., 

assignor.) 
Auto Union A. G. (See Slaby, Rudolf, assignor.) 
Auto Union Aktiengesellschaft. (See Siebler, Oscar, as- 
signor. ) 
Auto Union Aktiengesellschaft. (See Venediger, Herbert 

J., assignor.) 
Autocall Company, The. (See Harrington, James R., as- 
signor.) 
Autocar Company, The. (See Bachman, Benjamin B., 

assignor.) 
Autocar Company, The. (See Hillnian, Roscoe H., as- 
signor.) 
Autogas Corporation. (See Dufour, Raymond J., as- 
signor.) 
Autogas Corporation. (See Furlong, Francis A., as- 
signor.) 
Autogas Corporation. (See Janisch, Maximillian P., 

assignor.) 
Autogiro Company of America. (See Bennett, J. A. J., 

and Hodgess, assignors.) 
Autogiro Company of America. (See Bennett, James 

A. J., assignor.) 
Autogiro Company of America. (See Campbell, Harris 

S.. assignor.) 
Autogiro Company of America. (See de la Cierva, Juan, 

assignor.) 
Autogiro Company of America. (See Larson, A. E., and 

Stanley, assignors.) 
Autogiro Company of America. (See Larsen, Agnew E., 

assignor.) 
Autogiro Company of America. (See Page, George A., 
assignor. ) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 






(See Pitcairn, Harold F., 

(See Stanley, Paul H., 

(See Synuestvedt, Ken- 

(See Bienn, Carl W., 

(See Johnson, Arthur 

(See Schmelz, Charles 



(See Goldberg, David 
(See Persons, Lawrence 
(See Cohen, Joseph H., 



(See Brehm, 

(See Haupt, 

(See Lewis, 

(See Morton, 

(See Padgett, 



(See Hoagland, R. W., 
(See Andres, Lloyd J., 
(See Green, Clifford H., 
(See Olson, Phillip W., 
(See Yeider, Harry A., 
(See Crouch, Richard 



Autogiro Company of America. 

assignor.) 
Autogiro Company of America. 

assignor.) 
Autogiro Company of America. 

netli P., as.signor.) 
Autographic Register Company. 

assignor.) 
Autographic Register Compauy. 

A., assignor. ) 
Autographic Register Company. 

F., assignor.) 

Autolcraft Box Corporation. (See Myers, Chester G., as- 
signor.) 
Automatic Coinwrapping Machine Corporation. (See 

Soome), Bruno E., assignor.) 
Automatic Cone Valve Company. 

O., assignor.) 
Automatif Control Corporation. 

I\I.. assignor.) 
Automatic Devices Corporation. 

assignor.) 

Automotive Devices, Inc. (See Jameson, Charles M., as- 
signor.) 
Automatic Devices Corporation. (See Johnson, Arthur A., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Drive Transmission Company. 

Paul IT., assignor.) 
Automatic Drive & Transmission Company. 

William E., assignor.) 
Automatic Drive & Transmission Company. 

Robert P., assignor.) 
Automatic Drive & Transmission Company. 

W. D., and Haupt, assignors.) 
Automatic Drive & Transmission Company. 

Josepli E., assignor.) 
Automatic File & Index Company. (See Rickaby, Roland 

M., assignor.) 
Automatic Guns, Incorporated. 

and Shepherd, assignors.) 
Automatic Instrument Company. 

assignor.) 
Automatic Instrument Company. 

assignor.) 
Automatic Instrument Company. 

assignor.) 
Automatic Instrument Compauy. 

assignor.) 
Automatic Machinery Corporation. 

II., assignor.) 
Automatic Motor Stop and Start, Inc. (See Good, John, 

assignor.) 
Automaiic Press Appliance Company. (See Hale, Jack- 
son T., assignor.) 
Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Clench, 

Edward C. S., assignor.) 
Automatic Products Company. (See Johnson, Roy W., 

assijjrior.) 
Automatic Products Company. (Son Johnson. R. W., and 

Wnt/el, assignors.) 
Aufoinutic Products Company. (See McCarty, Lourdes 

v., assignor.) 
Automatic Shifters, Inc. (See Hey, Henry W., as- 
signor.) 
Autoinalic Shiflers, Inc. (See Nampa, Sulo M., assignor.) 
Aulomalic Signal Corporation. (See Barker, J. L., and 

W'ilfov. assignors,) 
Automatic Signal Corporation. 

J., Jr., assignor.) 
AutoiiKitic Signal Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Aiiloin.'ilic Signal Corporation. 

Varli'.v, assignors.) 
Aulomalic Signal Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Automatic T<'lophono & Electric Company. 

Alfred P. B., assignor.) 
Automatic Ti'li'plione & Electric Company. (See Renshaw, 

A. P. 1!., and I'rclst, jissignor.s.) 
Automatic 'rc|('|)lion(! & lOlcctric Company Limited. 

Prcist, Thomas P., assignor.) 
Automatic Ti'lcplione & lOlcctrIc Company Ijimlted. 

Ki'nnhiiw, I'l'icy I!., assignor.) 
Aiil'irii:itic Ti>|i'|)lionc & Eli-cti-lc (,'onipany Limited. 

Sliiip.soii, [,.'incflol M., assignor,) 
Autoiri.itic TilcplioMc & Electric Company Limited. 

Smilli, Siilncy It,, assignor.) 
A\itomallc 'rc!('j)lione & I'Mcctrlc Company Limited. 

Wright, DiMiis. assignor.) 
AuloiM.il ic 'ri'iiipci-.'iiuri' Control ("onipany. (See 

gforgc. William I)., asHignor.) 
Autoiiialif Tiiii|)('r;itnr(' Control Co. (Seo WUhJclm, 

ChrlHllan, aHsignor.) 
Aulfniiatlc TnicU Loadi'r Corporation. (See Goodman, 

.IiiHi'pli, assignor. I 
Autoni.'itic Dull Corponillon. (Sec Dcnrlnj?, LPBter V.. 

iiHslmior. ) 
Aulomallr Voting Machine (.'orporallon. (See (JukI.-ivsom, 

AU'ln N.. nislgnor ) 
Autotiiohllc Cliil) of SoullK'rn (^nllfornln, (Sect Dolg, Don 

S.. HHKlgnor. ) 
Auloriiril)lli- Vi'Mtllitllon, Inc. (Hon Hontliol, John It , 

(iHHignor.) 
Aiitoiimilvc Devlci'H Corponit Inn, (See Fnrrcll, Jimcph i: , 

UHHlKnor. ) 

40124— P— 3 



(See Buechel, Francis 

(See Eamcs, Edward H,, 

(See Nein, W. C, and 

(See Roth, Samuel C, 

(See Renshaw, 

ihaw, 

(Seo 

(See 

(Seo 

(Seo 

(Sec 

Mac- 



Automotive Devices Incorporated. (See Flint, Forrest 
F. T., assignor.) 

Automotive Equipment, Inc. (See Hennecke, Earle V., 
assignor. ) 

Automotive Improvement Patents Corporation. (See 
Burtnett, Everett R., assignor.) 

Automotive Maintenance Machinery Co. (See Gallivan, 
John E., assignor.) 

.-iuTomotive Maintenance Machinery Co. (See Sharp, 
John H., assignor.) 

Automotive Maintenance Machinery Co. (See Zimmer- 
man, Herman W., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Brock, 
D. T., and Trapp, assignors.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Brown, 
Francis V., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Brown, 
P. v., and Onwood, assignors.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Clench, 
Edward C. S., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Trapp, 
George J., assignor.) 

Autopoint Company. (See Deli, Frank C. assignor.) 

Autoxygen Inc. (See Kokatnur, Vaman R., assignor.) 

Autoxygen, Inc. (See Kokatnur, V. R., and Plautinga, 
assignors. ) 

Avant, William V., South Miami, Fla. Weeding tool. 
2,].S4,070: Oct. 25. 

Avedikian, Souren Z., New York, N. Y. Tobacco and 
method of treating tobacco. 2,131. IGO ; Sept. 27. 

Aversa, Joseph. (See Wallace, Joseph, assignor.) 

Avery, Alfred H., Maiden, Mass., assignor, by nii'sne as- 
signments, of one-half to North American Holding Cor- 
poration, and one-half to Parshad Holding Corporation, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Knife lubricating device. 2,105,393 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Avery, Alfred H., Maiden, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments of one-half to North American Holding Cor- 
poration, and one-half to Parshad Holding Corporation, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Marking machine. 2,132,981 ; Oct. 
11. 

Avery, Clarence W,, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle body and 
chassis construction. 2,119,193; May 31. 

Avery, Clarence W., assignor to The Murray Corporation 
of America, Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for preparing 
trim panels. 2,125,480 : Aug. 2. 

Avery Engineering Company. (See Avery, L. T., and 
Lenano, assignors.) 

Avery-Hardoll Limited. (See Fraser, John, assignor.) 

Avery, Henry A., and J. P. Barkdoll, Groton, assignors 
to L. C. Smith & Corona Typewriters. Inc., Syracuse. 
N. Y. Typewriting machine. 2,134,097 : Oct. 25. 

.\\'ory, Henry C, West Springfield. Mass., assignor to 
The Osmo Garden Company, I'liiladelphia, Pa. Pot or 
container. 2.140.932 : Dec. 20. 

Avery, Howard W., Detroit, i\Iich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Borg-Warnor Corporation. Method and 
apparatus for lapping son Is. 2.i;!f),0:'0 ; .N'ov. S. 

Avery, Julian M., Greenwich, Conn., assignor to Arthur 
D. Little, Inc., Cambridge, Slass. Operating blast 
furnaces. 2,131,031; Sept. 27. 

Avery, Lester T., Sh.iker Heights, and TI. TiOn;inp, Euclid 
Village, assignors to Avery Engineering Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Apparatus for conditioning air. 2,107,208; 
Feb. 8. 

Avery, Omer G. (See Norris, R. V., and Avery.) 

Avery, Kulie A,, Hot Sjirings, Ark. Velilcic brake. 
2,139.04() ; Dec. 0. 

Avery, True M., Glens Falls, assignor to TTnion Bag & 
Paper Corponillon, Hudson Falls, N. Y. Roller mount- 
ing for prinling presses. 2,138,779; Nov. 20. 

Avery, W. ,it T.. T/imilcd. (S(<e Page. .AU'rcd E., assiirnnr.) 

Avey, Albert F., Vienna, Ga. Telescreen. 2,120,500; 
June 14. 

Avi'y Drilling INIachine Company, The. (Sec McKee, O. 
K., and Bernilt, assignors.) 

Aviation MaiHif.acluring Corporation. (Sep Ayer, Robert 
W., assignor.) 

Aviation M;iniitiirfurlng Corporation. (See Gohret, Ed- 
ward I''.. MssiL'iior. ) 

Aviation Manufacturing Corporation. (Seo Ilackethal, 
I'aul F., assignor,) 

AvI.ilion .Mniiiiiacliiiing Corporation. ^See HolTinnn, 
S K.. and Wi.'giiian. assignors.) 

Aviation Maiiiil'iH'luring Corporation. (Sec Lami)lon, 
(;ii'n T., assignor.) 

.Vvialion .Maiiuraclurlng Corporallon. (See Manchester. 
Mllclicll W.. (isslirnor. ) 

Aviation Maniifarliirlng Corporallon. (Seo Proston, C. 
T.. and II.iMiinlll, .'isslgiior.H.) 

Avigdor. Kifat, Iti-rliii, GcMiniiny. Looking devUv for 
pri'vi'iiting nci'ldctitMl loosi'iilng of RopMrnblo Rcrewed 
pipe Joints. 2,133.841 ; Oct. IS. 

.\\iL;dor. Itllat. Itcrliii. GeriiiMiiy. Fuel pump. 2,13ll,.^71: 
|ie<'. (I. 

,\\liiH. Jack, Stnten Island, (iRNlKnor of one half to J, V. 
UliliT, New York. N. Y. Mi'MHurenienl of electrloHl 
cotiHlantN of tuned clrcuitii. 2,lll,23^; Miir, in. 

.\vIm, SiiMiii.'l \V (S.c ii.-.if, K. A., mill ,\\l.s I 

A vmidi'i'iio, l''a\ cirlim. N''w York, N, \. .Augnrii (inkli'l. 
2.1 I 1,0117 : .Apr 12. 

.\vorlo, l.iiUd. Ifome, Italy, UHNlKUor Id .NernNtiillrii 
Aviirlo Sorletfl in ,'\rconuin<llti\ Seniiillco. HnNiienNlon 
<>r piirarhiiloH, 'J, 112.0111: Mnr. 2'J, 



34 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 193S 



Awbrey, Samuel C, Kansas City, Mo. Furring struc- 

niie. 2,109,520 ; Mar. 1. 
Awbrey, Samuel C., I<;ansas Citv, Mo. Dividing bar. 

2,127,709 ; Aug. 23. 
Awig, Frank H., Cleveland, Oliio. Nut tapper. 

2,115,452 ; Apr. 26. 
Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window frame and sash unit. 
2,107,773 ; Feb. 8. 
Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Sash holder mechanism. 
2,107,774; Feb. 8. 
Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window construction. 2,107,775 ; 
Feb. 8. 
Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company, 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window construction. 2,114,896 ; 
Apr. 19. 
A.je, Roy T., assignor to The 0. M. Edwards Company, 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window structure for veliicles. 
2,115,698 ; May 3. 
Axelrad, Bernard A., Freeport, Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Freeport Sulphur Company. Process 
of, conditioning, and re-use of mine bleed water in min- 
ing sulphur. 2,109,611 ; Mar. 1. 
Axelrod, li. G. (See Keefer, Harry P., assignor.) 
Axelson Manufacturing Co. (See Bucklein, Frank P., as- 
signor. ) 
Axelstrom, Raymond E. (See Stephens, John, assignor.) 
Axtmann, Harold G. (See Horn, H. J., and Axtmann.) 
Axtmann, Harold G., River Grove, 111., assignor to Bendix 
Products Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 
2,111,503; Mar. 15. 
Axtmann, Harold G., Dearborn, Mich., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 
2,137,522 ; Nov. 22. 
Ayars, Charles H., assignor to Ayars Machine Company, 

Salem, N. J. Can filling machine. 2,104,445 ; Jan. 4. 
Ayars, Harry D., Philadelphia, Pa. Dispensing device. 

2,123,223 ; July 12. 
Ayars Machine Company. (See Ayars, Charles H., as- 
signor. ) 
Ayer, Louis H. (See Trembly, George E., assignor.) 
Ayer, Robert W., Wayne, Mich., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Aviation Manufacturing Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Tail wheel structure. 2,110,543 ; Mar. 8. 
Ayers, Augustine R. (See Ploen, C. W., and Ayers.) 
Ayers, Elmer C. (See Edwards, Cecil R., assignor.) 
Ayers, Fred L., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Brown 
Company, Berlin, N. H. Facilitating placing of sole 
members and the shaping of shoe counters. 2,129,112 ; 
Sept. 6. 
Ayers, Fred L., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Brown 
Company, Berlin, N. H. Shoe counter manufacture. 
2,131,832 ; Oct. 4. 
Ayers, Joseph W., assignor to C. K. Williams & Co., 
Easton, Pa. Black oxide of iron and making the same. 
2,133,267; Oct. 18. 
Ayers, Joseph \V., assignor to C. K. Williams & Co., 
Easton, Pa. Production of iron oxide and zinc sul- 
phate. 2,139,109 ; Dec. 6. 
Ayers, Joseph W., assignor to C. K. Williams & Co., 

Easton, Pa. Explosive. 2,140,447; Dec. 13. 
Ayers Mineral Company, The. (See Crew, Joshua A., 

assignor.) 
Ayles, William P., Watford, England, assignor to The 
Turner Tanning Machinery Company, Portland, Maine. 
Staking and ironing machine. 2,131,833 ; Oct. 4. 
Ayres, Arthur U., Chestnut Hill, assignor to The Sharpies 
Specialty Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Centrifugal sep- 
arator. 2,138,468; Nov. 29. 
Ayres, Arthur U., Cliestnut Hill, and A. T. Scott, Ard- 
more, assignors to The Sharpies Specialty Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Centrifugal process. 2,138,467 ; 
Nov. 29. 
Ayres, Etta, New York, N. Y. Finger nail bufEer. 

2,132,889 ; Oct. 11. 
Ayres, Reginald J. (See Gelger, W. J., and Ayres.) 
Ayres, Waldemar, Bingbamton, assignor to International 
Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Light 
sensitive device. 2,131,911 ; Oct. 4. 
B. B. B. Corporation. (See Baumheckel, William M., 

assignor.) 
B. B. Chemical Co. (See Macdonald, Alexander D., as- 
signor.) 
B and B Shoe Company. (See Golden, Louis J., as- 
signor.) 
B. G. Corporation, The. (See Paulson, George M., as- 
signor.) 
B-L Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Hambuechen, 

Carl, assignor.) 
B-Roberts, Alfred H., Los Angeles, Calif. Dry vapor 

generator. 2,118,327 ; May 24. 
B. S. A. Tools Limited. (See Ogilvie, William, assignor.) 
B. & T. Floor Company. (See Bonnell, William L., as- 
signor.) 
B. V. D. Corporation, The. (See Oppenheim, Austin N., 

assignor.) 
Baade, Brunolf C, assignor to Goodyear-Zeppelln Cor- 
poration, Akron, Ohio. Louver for railway cara. 
2.123.838; July 12. 
Baars, Ernst S. H., assignor to The Vilter Manufactur- 
ing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Oil seal and reservoir 
construction for compressor crankshafts. 2,133,524 ; 
Oct. 18. 



Baas, Edmund J., Rochester, N. Y. Boot tree. 2,105,395 : 
Jan. 11. . ■ I 

Baasch-Ross Tool Company. (See Brown, Ora A., as- 
signor. ) 

Baash, Lawrence F. (See Driscoll, Dennis L., assignor.) 

Baash, Lawrence F., Los Angeles, Calif. Safety joint. 
2,113,821 : Apr. 12. 

Baash, Lawrence F., and C. H. Hardies, assignors to 
Baash-Ross Tool Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Con- 
trol for boring machines. 2,120,386 ; June 14. 

Baash-Ross Tool Company. (See Baash, L. F., and 
Plardies, assignors. ) 

Baash-Ross Tool Company. (See Fisher, Ralph D., as- 
signor.) 

Baash-Ross Tool Company. (See Johnson, G. D., and 
Hardies, assignors.) 

Babbitt, Arthur W., Newark, N. J., and J. C. Lewis, 
Providence, R. I., assignors to The Clark Thread Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Twisting frame. 2,117,870 ; May 

Babbitt, Edwin V. (See Jones, E. B., and Babbitt.) 

Babcock, Alfred R., Chicago, 111. Nonrepeating indicator. 
2,121,494 ; June 21. 

Babcock, Dale F., Elmhurst, and J. H. Werntz, Mar- 
shallton, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Making aldehydes. 
2,123,520 ; July 12. 

Babcock-Davis Corporation. (See Davis, William A., as- 
signor.) 

Babcock, Earl. (See Sellers, W. D., and Babcock.) 

Babcock, Eugene W., Woodlake, Nebr. Air conditioner. 
2,121,278; June 21. 

Babcock, George C. (See McArthur, John, assignor.) 

Babcock, George S., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey City, 
N. J. Subbing photographic film. 2.110,496: Mar. 8. 

Babcock, George S., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Dispersion of gelatin. 
2,126,305 ; Aug. 9. 

Babcock. Harold J., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Sterilizing 
apparatus and method. 2,134,098 ; Oct. 25. 

Babcock, Lillian. (See Schopbach, C. H., and Babcock.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Bailey, E. G., 
and Hardgrove, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Bailey, E. G., 
and Kerr, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Beecher, Henry W., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Bumstead, Dale, 

Jr., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Cassidy, P. R., 

Harter, and Kerr, assignors.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Christensen, M., 

Plaine, Trainer, and Hodge, assignors.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Firshing, William 

M., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Gilg, Frank X., 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Hardgrove, Ralph 

M., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company. (See Hardgrove, R. M., 

Shellenberger, Heller, and Godshalk, assignors.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Harter, Isaac, 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Hollister, S. C, 

Trainer, and Kehoe, assignors.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Jacobus, David 

S.. assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company et al. (See Kernin, Alfred 

G., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Kerr, Howard J., 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Kohler, Anthony 

M., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The, (See Kolling, Johann, 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Langvand, Ivar L., 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Lucke, Charles E., 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Mayo, Dana H. N., 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Schmidt, Karl 

C, assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Smith, Charles 

S., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Stillman, Thomas 

B., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Sullivan, Thomas 

F., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Trainer, James E., 

assignor.) 
Babcock & AVilcox Company, The. (fee Ward, George P., 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Wilson, Lincoln 

B., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Tube Company, The. (See Harter, 

Isaac, assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Tube Company, The. (See Newell, 

Harold D., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Tube Company, The, et al. (See 

Newell, H. D., and Fleischmann, assignors.) 
Babel, Edward. (See Beauchamp, Harold G., assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



35 



Babel, Raymond A., Clichy, France, assignor to Bendix 
Brake Company, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 2,130,868 ; 
Sept. 20. 

Babin, Louis A., Dearborn, Mich. Broiler. 2,114,697 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Babin, Louis A., Dearborn, Mich. Broiler mechanism. 
2,114,098 ; Apr. 19. 

Babinpiui, Alb(>rt T., Los Angeles, Calif. Energizing 
floating wedge for vehicle brakes. 2,139,345 ; Dec. 6. 

Babitch, Abraham M., and G. W. Harry, Flint, assignors to 
General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Fuel pump. 
2,104,446 ; Jan. 4. 

Babitch, Abraham M., and G. TV. Harry, Flint, assignors 
to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Vacuum 
pump. 2,104,447 ; Jan. 4. 

Babitch, Abraham M., and G. W. Harry, Flint, assignors 
to General Jlotors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Fuel 
pump, 2,104,448; Jan. 4. 

Babitch, Abraliain M., and G. W. Harry, Flint, assignors 
to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Com- 
bined fuel and air pump. 2,139,346 ; Dec. 6. 

Babitch, Abraliam M., and G. W. Harry, Flint, assignors 
to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Fuel 
pump. 2,139,347 ; Dec. 6. 

Babler, Justus, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft filr 
Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Modulation meter. 2,119,194 ; May 31. 

Babor, Joseph A., New York, N. Y. Manufacturing formed 
or molded articles. 2, 135, .5.54 ; Nov. 8. 

BabKon Bros. (See Babson, Henry B., assignor.) 

Biibson Bros. (See Babson, H. B., and Stampen, as- 
signors.) 

Babson, Edmund C. (See Jones, P. H., and Babson.) 

Babson, Henry B., Chicago, 111., assignor to Babson Bros. 
Hoisting device. 2,131,133 ; Sept. 27. 

Babson, Henry B., and C. A. Thomas, Chicago, 111. Cooler 
for liquids. 2,131,423 ; Sept. 27. 

Babson, Plenry B., and J. J. Stampen, assignors to Babson 
Bros., Chicago, 111. Support for milking machines. 
2,136,228 ; Nov. 8. 

Babson, Roger W., Wellesley, Mass. Parking meter. 
Re. 20,764 ; June 14. 

Bach, Emmon. (See de Plorez, L., Gray, and Bach.) 

Bach, Ernest A., assignor of one-half to G. Wood, St. 
Louis, Mo. Flushing mechanism of tanks for water 
closets. 2,121,241; June 21. 

Bach, Neils P., Geneva, assignor to American Can Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Machine for treating filled 
containers. 2,128,227 ; Aug. 30. 

Bacli, Neils P., (ieneva, assignor to American Can Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Seaming head. 2,130,518 ; 
Sept. 20. 

Bach, Niels B., Vestervig, Denmark. Apparatus for clari- 
fying lif|uors containing suspended and flocculent mat- 
ter, such as sugar juices, and similar liquors. 
2,141,371 ; Dec. 27. 

Bach, Siegfried, Essen, Germany. Garment support. 
2,109,280 ; Feb. 22. 

Bacharacli, Erie VV., Kansas City, Mo. Aerating appa- 
niluN. 2, 1. SO.. 577 : Sep). 20. 

Bacharaeh Industries Instrument Company. (See Stein, 
J. A., and Semrau, assignors.) 

Bachardy, Stephen J., Allentown, Pn., assignor to Monex 
Corporation, Now York, N. Y. (Miange making ma- 
chine. 2,125,058 ; July 26. 

Bachardy, Stephen J., Allentown, Pa., assignor to Monex 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Change-paying mecha- 
nism. 2,125,0.59; July 26. 

Bachelet, Albert 10., Mounl Veiuoii, and S. Brand, Bronx- 
villo, assignors to Bell Teleplione Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Repeater system. 2,110,284 ; 
Mar. 8. 

Bachelet, Henry E., New York, N. Y., and E. S. Gibson. 
Kidgewood, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorjiorated, New York, N. Y. Monitoring cir- 
cuit for teleplione systems. 2,131,578; Sept. 27. 

Eachninn, Itcnjiiinln 1!., riiiladelpliia, assignor to The 
Autocar (,'oniiian.v, Ardinore, Fa. Power transmitting 
mecliaiilHiii. 2,118,913; Miiy 31. 

I'.ficliirum, l''ri(| i;. (Sec Oelki'rs. A. It., and Hachman.) 

na('Iiman, l<'i'ed E., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chlciigo, 111. 'I'ruek. 2,116.904; May 10. 

BacliinMnn, (■'liiirleH, JackHon llciglils, N. Y., assignor to 
Nepliine Meter ('oiii|)iiny. M:ikiiig llinist rollers foi 
fluid irieler.s. 2,129,257; Sept. U. 

l!:i<-liiii:iMM, l''r:iiik .1., Clilengo, 111. 1 lydi-inillc lirake 
(■(mnWy.cr. 2,1 19,001 ; May 31. 

llnelMir, Ludvvlg A., assignor In 'liiiislcdl Miuniraehirln): 
('oiii|iiniv, notrolf, Mich, li.cl- lid siippor-t. 2, 1 .'!5,7.H-1 ; 
No\. H. 

liiicliracli, .losc[)li. New York, N. V. lOniHci' liolilir. 
2,1 12,130 ; Miir. 22. 

Biielilold, lOdinond, Whitewood, SiiNkMlcUewnn, Caniidu. 
Tool liMiidle. 2,105,2311; ,7nn. II. 

r.jiclKiiliipi, .loliii 1111(1 L., Sr., LoH Angcl(>H, Ciillf. Anln 
Miiillc iiiijMiciil liiNl niirieiil, 2,122.1X15; .Inly 5. 

Hiielgiiliii)l. LdiilH, Sf. (See Itiiclgiiluiil, John Mini h,, Sr.) 

Bark, W'lllliini 10., Oulloii Itrond, SulTolk, Ithigliind. Air 
enift. 2.112,755 ; Miir. 29. 

I'.lirkiT, .llliol) I'., .leMimelle, I'll. I'lirlng kidfe, 

2,120,080; Aug, 1). 

ISiii'Uer, WIIIImiii, iiNslgnnr (o Swmii CleiinerH fc FurrlerH. 
Scheneeliidy, N. Y. MmihiI'ikIiii e ol' comI liimgerN. 
He. 20,KM ; Aug. 2. 



Backhouse, Headley T., St. Johns Wood, Lotidon, England, 

Automatic sheet feeding machinery. 2,108,702 ; Feb. 

15. 
Backhouse, Headley T.. London, England. Multiple ball 

control. 2,135,206 ; Nov. 1. 
Backofen, Fritz, Mittweida, (Sermany. Damping roll for 

lithographing presses. 2,117,593 ; May 17. 
Backstay Welt Company. (See Barr, G. G., and Kirchner, 

assignors.) 
Backstay Welt Company. (See Huffer, Glen H., assignor.) 
Backstay Welt Company. (See MacLeod, William J., as- 
signor.) 
Backstrom, Adolph, Hempstead, N. Y. Brake mechanism. 

2,108,467 ; Feb. '15. 
Backstrom, Sigurd M., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor, by 

mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. 

Refrigeration. 2,112,261 ; Mar. 29. 
Backstrom, Sigurd M., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor, by 

mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. 

Refrigerator. 2,138,132 ; Nov. 29. 
Backus, Thomas, Jr., Youngstown, Ohio. Delivery skid 

for piling. 2,127,670 ; Aug. 23. 
Bacon, Charles J., assignor to The Mounting and Fin- 
ishing Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Display device. 

2,125,710; Aug. 2. 
Bacon, Elbridge F., Flint, assignor to General Motors 

Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Temperature indicator. 

2,113,610; Apr. 12. 
Bacon, Elbridge F., Flint, assignor to General Motors 

Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Remote radio control. 

2,128,280; Aug. 30. 
Bacon, Henry M., Warren, assignor to The Dayton Rub- 
ber Manufacturing Company, Dayton, Ohio. Lug strap. 

2,119,479 ; May 31. 
Bacon, James G., Jr., Bronx, assignor to A. Slesinger, 

New York, N. Y. Combination baby carriage or crib 

and pla.yyard. 2,134,904 ; Nov. 1. 
Bacon, Jay H., Peoria, 111. Surgical appliance. 

2,129,983 ; Sept. 13. 
Bacon, Leonard B., East Brunswick, Victoria, Australia. 

Liquid level gauge. 2,117,933 ; May 17. 
Bacon, Leonard B., East Brunswick, Australia. Drum 

type indicator. 2,129,984 ; Sept. 13. 
Bacon, Ross M. (See Groene, W. F., and Bacon.) 
Bacon, Ross M. (See Groene, W. F., Bacon, and Siek- 

mann.) 
Bade, Alfred G., assignor to The Falk Corporation. iMil- 

waukee. Wis. Variable speed transmission. 2,114,245: 

Apr. 12. 
Badenhausen, John P., assignor of one-half to Day and 

Zimmermann, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Step.m 

generator. 2,107,022 ; Feb. 1. 
Badenhausen, John P., assignor of one-half to Day and 

Zimmermann, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Steam 

generator. 2,139,348; Dec. 6. 
Bader, Edward G., Inglewood, Calif. Electric razor. 

2,116,229 ; May 3. 
Badertscher, Dana K., assignor to Hudson Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Vacuum controlled transmission. 

2,100,292 ; Jan. 25. 
Badertscher, Darwin E. (See ReifP, O. M., and 

Badertscher.) 
Badertscher, Darwin E. (See Reiff, O. M., and Badert- 
scher.) 
Badger, Charles. (See Arnold, H. W., and Badger.) 
Badger Meter Manufacturing Company. (See Krueger, 

Emil M., assignor.) 
Badger Meter Manufacturing Company. (See Miller, 

Jacob C, assignor.) 
I'adlaiii, Stephen, liosslyn Kiiriiis, Pa. Rolling Hal niate- 

ri:il. 2,!:!9.l,s:! ; Dec. 6. 
ISaechle, (^liiire M., assignor to The Glenn L. Martin 

C'oiiiI)anv, Ballimore, Md. Combined enclosure and 

delnebable iiH-inber. 2,118,004; May 24. 
Bneekler, Waller L.ikewnod, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 

assiginiK'iils, Id Union Carbide and Ciirlion CoriKiratlon. 

l''lnid irr.'uliiil ing ai>p.Mraliis. 2,139,656; Doe. 13. 
It.ieeUlei-, Waller Lakewood, Ohio, a.ssignor, by mesne 

assignnients, to I'nlon Carbide and Carbon (Corporation. 

Inadinling process and apparatus. 2,139,657; Dec. 

13. 
Baehr, Carl O. (See Grolst, W. C. and Baehr.) 
n.ielir, (ieorge B. (See Andorsou, C, Bnehr, Gay, and 

Manville.) 
Itaehr, Hans, and W. Gross, T.euiia, a.sslgnors lo I. O. 

■"'ailieiiiiHlusI rie .Aid ieiigeNi'll.schari, I'^rankforl on tho- 

Malii. Geriiianv. rrodufllon of sulphur. 2,123,22-1; 

.lulv 12. 
Itiielir. llaiiN. Mild \V. Wenzel, Lemiii, asslgnora to I. O. 

l''arlieiiiiiduNlile .Akl leiigesellscIlM ft. Fninkforl on-tlio- 

Main, (leiiiiaiiy. Iteiiioval of giisenus wi-iik iiclda from 

gaHe.w ( lalnliig the N.'iiiie. 2.1011.11(1; .Ian. 2.5. 

Itaehr, ll.iiis, l.eima, II. Mein;ilelil, IIiU'Im. and W. Wen/el, 

l.eiliia, asslgliniH to I. (J. I''a ilienllldnsl lie .\lit leiiKeNi'll- 

sehal'l, h'lnnkforl on lln' Main, (ieininny. Washing out 

III' weak giiNi'diis iicld.s rinm ^;.■l.se•4 oiintalning llie sanio. 

■.M:i7,ilO'.' : Nov. 22. 
liai'iisrli. Wallei-, Mnlhelni on theltuhr, <!ernmny, and 

W. Klapliake. FlHliTwIek. Auslnilln. MiinufilctnrlliR 

ini'tiil (iiImIvhIh. 2.112.1113; Mar 29. 
Iliier, Aliiiiiii K,, iiKHlK"or lo Tlie SI riuiHe Uiier ('on\piiny, 

lliilllmeri-, Md. Giirnionl. 2. 131 .(15-J ; Si>pt. 27. 
liner, Curl .1., .lefTerMon lliuriickM, Mo Murine oiirrler. 

2,131,352 ; Oct. 25. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Baer, Harry A. D., Allentown, Pa. Steering wheel table. 
2,141,849 ; Dec. 27. 

Baer, Howard. (See Flnnegan, M. J., and Baer.) 

Baer, Howard, Jersey City, N. J., and M. .J. Fiunegan, 
New Toric, N. Y., assignors to Eclipse Aviation Cor- 
poration, East Orange, N. J. Aircraft control. 
2,115,701 ; May 3. 

Baer. Howard, Jersey City, assignor to Eclipse Aviation 
Corporation, East Orange, N. J. Engine starting mech- 
anism. 2,141,334 : Dec. 27. 

Baer, John Jl., assignor to The Guardite Corporation. 
Fumigation. 2.128,175 ; Aug. 23. 

Baer, John M., Chicago, HI., and E. P. Collins, Little 
Xeck, Long Island, N. Y., assignors of one-half to 
Guardite Corporation, and one-half to Carbide & Carbon 
Chemicals Corporation. Fumigation. 2,131,134 ; Sept. 
27. 

Baer, John W., Woodside, Long Island, X. Y., assignor 
to Condenser Corporation of America, Jersey City, 
N. J. Closure and connection terminal for electrolytic 
cells. 2,113,126 ; Apr. 5. 

Baer, Lawrence E., Attleboro, JIass., assignor to Swank 
Products. Inc. Suspenders. 2.123,984; July 19. 

Baer, Norman S., Montclair, N. J., assignor to Wilming- 
ton Fibre Specialty Company. Cutting s t i c 1j . 
2,120,926 ; June 14. 

Baerfuss, Hector F., Thun, Switzerland. Hasp fastener 
for trunks, bo.xes. and the like. 2,114.098 ; Apr. 12. 

Baermann, Max, Jr., Cologne, Germany. Releasable per- 
manent magnet holding device. 2,117,132 ; May 10. 

Baernstein, Malvin A., assignor to National Pigments 
and Chemical Company, St. Louis, JIo. Cement and 
making the same. 2.121,557 ; June 21. 

Baesecke, Martin, assignor to Siemens & Halske Aktien- 
gesellschaft, Berlin-Siemeusstadt, Germany. Signal 
transmission. 2,134.850 ; Nov. 1. 

Baffa, Jlichael, assignor to Lilly Varnish Company. 
Indianapolis, Ind. Composition of matter and making 
same. 2,137,794; Nov. 22. 

Bagby, Charles H., Big Springs, Nebr. Cream and milk 
cooling can. 2,112,008 ; Mar. 22. 

Bagdadi, Mary, et al. (See Kadri, Vassaf, assignor.) 

Baginski, Paul E., New York, N. Y. Master curtain Jifter. 
2,123,622; July 12. 

Bagley, Robert M., Haddonfield, assignor to R. M. Hol- 
lingshead Corporation, Camden, N. J. Grease dispens- 
ing apparatus. 2,125.258 ; July 26. 

Bagley, Robert M., Haddoniield, assignor to R. M. Hol- 
lingshead Corporation, Camden, N. J. Grease dis- 
pensing means. 2,125.259 ; July 26. 

Bagley. Wallace E., Glenside, assignor to Huck-Gerhardt 
Company, Inc.. Philadelphia, Pa. Closing and locking 
device for overhead garage doors. 2,124,970 ; July 26. 

Bagley, Wallace E., Glenside, and H. H. Bartel. assignors 
to Huck-Gerhardt Company, Inc., Philadelphia. Pa. 
Overhead garage door construction. 2,124.969 ; July 26. 

Bagnall, Vernon B., East Orange, N. J., assignor to 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Trans- 
mission system. 2,109,562 ; Mar. 1. 

Bagno, Samuel. (See Leventli;il, J. F., and Bagno.) 

Bagno, Samuel, New York, N. Y., assignor to L. Barnett. 
Apparatus and method for determining Impedance 
angles. 2,111,135 ; Mar. 15. 

Bagno. Samuel, New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to L. A. De Rosa. Pseudo-extension of 
frequency bands. 2.113.976 ; Apr. 12. 

Bagno, Samuel J. X. M., New York. N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. Constant impedance attenuator. 
2,119,195; May 31. 

Bagnulo, .A.lbert, Courbovoie, France. Polvfuel engine. 
2.110,101 ; Mar. 8. 

Bagpak, Inc. (See Cheatham. Ornie E.. assignor.) 

Bagpak, Inc. (See Hurrey, R. C, and Toohey, assignors.) 

Bagsliaw, Charles M., and A. Harrington, Leicester, Eng- 
land, assignors to United Shoe Jlachinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Shoe finishing machine. 2,115,838 ; 
May 3. 

Bagshaw, Charles M., and A. Harrington. Leicester. Eng- 
land, assignors to T'liited Shoe ilacliinerv Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Shoe fuiisliiug machine. 2.133,370 ; 
Oct. 18. 

Balian, George F., Charlotte. N. C. Heddle bar locking 
system for heddle frames and the like. 2.108,095 ; Feb 
15. 

Bahan, William H., Greenville, S. C. Shuttle box for 
looms. 2.105.578; Jan. 18. 

Bahan, William H., Greenville, S. C. Bobbin holder. 
2,107,847 ; Feb. 8. 

Bahan. William H., Greenville, S. C. Bobbin holder. 
2.119.034: Jlay 31. 

Bahan, William H.. Greenville, S. C. Loom sword bear- 
ing clamp. 2.139.993 ; Dec. 13. 

Baholka, Joseph, Linden, N. J., assignor to Stanco, Inc. 
Jar cleaning machine. 2.123.-^94 ; July 12. 

Bahls, Walter E.. Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghonse 
Electric & Manufacturing Companv, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Wnter iacket. 2.121.579: June 21. 

Bahls. Walter E., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghonse 
Electric k Manufacturing Companr. Fast Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Electric discharge device. 2.128.070: Ans. 2.3. 

Bahnson Company, The. (See Bahnson, Frederic F.. 
assignor.) 



Bahnson Company, The. (See Marsh, Harry M., as- 
signor.) 

Bahnson, Frederic F., assignor to The Bahnson Companv, 
Winston-Salem, N. C. Humidifier. 2.118.695 ; Jlay 24. 

Bahr, Gustave F., Fairfield, assignor to Casco Products 
Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Splash guard. 
2,106,992; Feb. 1. 

Bahr, Gustave F., Fairfield, assignor to Casco Products 
Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Brake lever extension. 
2,112,804 ; Mar. 29. 

Balir, Gustave F., Fairfield, assignor to Casco Products 
Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Splash guard for 
vehicle wheel fenders. 2.124,513 ; July 19. 

Bahr, Herman E., Doylestown, Wis. Snow plow. 
2,112,131 ; Mar. 22. 

Bahr Starting Gate Corporation. (See Weishaupt, Ernest 
F., assignor.) 

Bahuaud, Adrien A., Paris. France. Drill grinding ma- 
chine. 2,133,414 ; Oct. 18. 

Bailey, Arnold B., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. System and 
method of determining distance. 2,120,971 ; June 21. 

Bailey, Austin, Freehold, N. J., assignor to American Tele- 
phone and Telegraph Company. Crystal oscillator re- 
ceiving system. 2,123.874 ; July 19. 

Bailey, Austin, Maplewood, and T. A. McCann, DenvlUe, 
N. J., assignors to American Telephone and Telegraph 
Conipany. Telegraph tape comparator. 2,117,052 ; 
May 10. 

Bailey, Bruce L. (See Ridgway, R. R., and Bailey.) 

Bailey, Charles W., assignor to Stewart Bros., Lynn, 
:Mass. Counter slashing machine. 2.142.041 : Dec. 27. 

Bailey, Charles W., and J. H. Scharffenberg, assignors to 
Stewart Bros., Lynn, Mass. Counter molding mecha- 
nism. 2,111,351 ; Mar. 15. 

Bailey, Edward A., West Caldwell, N. J., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Air conditioning system. 
2,110,693 ; Mar. 8. 

Bailey, Edward A., West Caldwell, N. J., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Reversible thermostatic 
system. 2.134.498 : Oct. 25. 

Cailey, Edward P., Ottawa. 111. Indoor clothesline fas- 
tener. 2.140.663 ; Dec. 20. 

Bailey, Ervin G.. Easton. Pa., and R. M. Hardgrove, West- 
flefd, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The Babcock 
& Wilcox Company. Newark, N. J. Retaining means 
for furnace wall blocks. 2.113.509: Apr. 12. 

Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., and R. M. Hardgrove, 
Westfield, assignors to The Babcock & Wilcox Company, 
Newark, N. J. Pulverizer. 2,126,081 ; Aug. 9. 

Bailey. Ervin G., Easton, Pa., and H. J. Kerr, Westfield, 
assignors to The Babcock & AVilcox Company, Newark, 
N. J. Steam boiler. 2,126.862 ; Aug. 16. 

Bailey, Fred A., Omaha, Nebr. Storm sash ventilator. 
2,129..397 ; Sept. 6. 

Bailey, Frederick W., et al. (See Robinson, Frederick W., 
assignor.) 

Bailey, George B., Sharon, Mass. Automatic control of 
the power delivered by internal combustion engines. 
2,122,402 ; July 5. 

Bailev. Henrv H., Riverside, 111., assignor to The Barrett 
Company. New York. N. Y. Shingle. 2,104,067 : J.an. 4. 

Bailey, James R., Austin, Tex., assignor to Union Oil 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Separation and puri- 
fication of aromatic and non-aromatic nitrogen bases. 
2,136,604 ; Nov. 15. 

Bailey. James, and A. K. Lyle, assignors to Bailey & 
Sharp Co., Inc., Hamburg, N. Y. Windowpane and 
making same. 2,121.777 ; June 28. 

Bailev. John E.. Los Angeles, Calif. Amusement device. 
2,126,082 ; Aug. 9. 

Bailey, John J., assignor of one-fourth to I. Alexander, 
Trenton, N. J., one-fourth to A. A. Colacello, Wichita, 
Kans., and one-fourth to J. E. Holt, Trenton, N. J. 
Liquid dispensing device. 2,118.784 ; May 24. 

Bailey. Joseph W., Louisville, assignor of one-fourth to 
A. E. Miller, Terre Haute, Ind., and one-half to J. L. 
Milton, Jefferson County, Ky. Baseball game appa- 
ratus. 2,110,902; Mar. 15. 

Bailey .Meter Conipany. (See Dickev. Paul S.. assignor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Gori-ie, Harvard H., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Hardgrove, Ralph M., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Junkins, Raymond D., 
assignor.) 

Bailey Jleter Company. (See Ryder, John D., assignor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Weaver, Harry E., assignor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Woolley. Rew E., assignor.) 

Bailey, Reginald K.. Lawrence, Kans. Breaking down 
and utilizing the constituents of polyhalite. 2,138.827 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Bailey, Richard W.. Hale, England, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Internal combustion engine. 
2.133.842 : Oct. 18. 

Bailey. Robert L., Glendale, Calif. Rotary steam engine. 
2,127.968 : Aug. 23. 

Bailey & Sharp Co. (See Bailey, J., and Lyle, assignors.) 

Bailey, Theodore. Miami Beach, Fla. Dispensing unit. 
2.141,337 ; Dec. 27. 

B.-iiley, Vernon, Washington, D. C. Animal trap. 
?.l10..';<5n : Mar. S. 

Bailey. Vivian P., Philadelphia, Pa. Pedal extension. 
2,124.100; July 19. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bailey, W. J., et al. (See Brandenburg, Harry J., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey, Walter T., Philadelphia, assignor to Stokes and 
Smith Company, Summerdale, Philadelphia, Pa. Box 
machine. 2.119,980; June 7. 

Bailey, Warren G., Evanston, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Wax applier. 2,138,288; Nov. 29. 

liailey, Warren G., Kvanston, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Chicago, 
111. Mop. 2. 139.399; Dec. 6. 

Bailey, Warren G., Evanston, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Chicago, 
111. Polishing mop. 2,141,335 ; Dee. 27. 

Bailey, Warren G., Evanston, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Chicago, 
111. Mop. 2,141,336 ; Dec. 27. 

Bailey, William J., Beaumont, Tex. Safety wheel for 
automobiles. 2,126,083 ; Aug. 9. 

Bailey, William M., White Plains, assignor to Dubilier 
Condenser Corporation, New Yorlj, N. Y. Electrical 
condenspr. 2,130,532: Sept. 20. 

Bailey, William M., Company. (See Bowland, Andrew, 
assignor. ) 

Bailie, Alfred J., Wyndmoor, Pa. Rako. 2,137,795; 
Nov. 22. 

Bailie, Bertham L. (See Simpson, W. H., and Bailie.) 

Bailie, Cecilia, Camden, N. J. Orthopedic appliance. 
2,116,095 ; May 3. 

Baily, Robert W., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for con- 
trolling the transmission of vibrations. 2,110,413; 
Mar. 8. 

Bailv, Thadd(>us P., Canton, Ohio. Calcining phosphate- 
bearing m.iterials. 2,121,776; June 28. 

Bain, George W. (Sep Brinnt, R. C.. and Bain.) 

Bain, William H., Lcwiston, Maine. Cushion sole. 
2,126,601 ; Aug. 9. 

Bainbridge, George K., Ripon, Calif. ^lultiple spout 
press for plastic material. 2,115,246 ; Apr. 20. 

Bair, Alfred J. (See Miller, Thomas T.. assignor.) 

Baird, ("assius l\i. C, Chicago, 111. Fire hose truck. 
2.130 4,S.l : Dec. (i. 

Baird, Dudley. (See Hartley, II. J., and Baird.) 

Baird, lOdgar J., Soda Springs, Idaho. Protective lining 
for canals. 2,138,306; Nov. 29. 

Baird, Fred J., Toledo, and A. I. Simison, Newark, Ohio, 
assignors to Owens-Illinois Glass Company. Elec- 
trical Insulation. 2,133,183; Oct. 11. 

I'.MJrd, I/ynne i)., assignor to Baird Maiiiifac' iiring Com- 
pany, Tulsa, Okla. Making taps and dies. 2,110,618 ; 
l\lnr. f\. 

Baird Machine Company, The. (See Lewis, Arthur J., 
assignor.) 

Baird Maniifacluriiig Coniinmy. (See Baird, l/yniii' 1.)., 
assignor.) 

Bniid, Paul R., Blythe, Calif. Tractor hitch. 2,136,834; 
Nov. 15. 

IJaird, AVarren W.^ assignor of one-fourth to C. W. 
Vollenweider, Pitlsburgh, Pa. Conductor fitting. 
2,122,051 ; Juno 28. 

Baird, William, Bl.iclcley. lOngland, assignor to Imperial 
Chen)lcal Induslrics Limited. Quaternary ammonium 
salts of merca))toaiyle)i('lhla'/,oles. 2, 104, COS; Jan. 4. 

Baird, William, and J. S. II. Davies, Blackley, Manchester, 
England, assignors to Imperial ('hemical Industries 
I>imiled. Accelerator for the vulcanization of rubber. 
2,131,210; Sept. 27. 

Baitfinger, Clarence E. (See Sagendorph, F. E., 2nd, and 
Balttinper.) 

Bajanova, lOlizaveta, Now York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
restoring muscles in infantile paralysis. 2,109,188; 
Feb. 22. 

Baion, Adolphe, assignor to Sooiete Anonyme "Trans- 
ronnaluers de Mesure 10. Walter", Gentilly, l''rance. 
Electric transformi'r for high leuslon, 2,107,973; 
Feb. 8. 

Bake, Louis S., I'enns Grove, N. J., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wihninglon, Del. Prepa- 
ration of lo.-Kl-sodnnn alloys. 2,109,005; I'eb. 22. 

Bnkelaar, John II. (See ('arroll, F. M., and Hakelaar.) 

Bakelili' Building I'loducis Co. (See Ilarslilierger, Nor- 
man I'., assignor.) 

Itakelllc llullding I'roducis Co. (See Ilarshberger, N. 1*., 
and Oclis, Hsslgnors.) 

Hukellle Building Producls Co. (See Scliuh, Charles II., 
assignor. ) 

llakelKc Corpora Hon. (See Bender, Howard L., assignor.) 

Bttkellto Corporation. (Sco Buder, William H., as- 
signor.) 

5akellt(> Corixiiiillon. (.See Courtney, Itobcrl P., m.s- 
slgnor.) 

Bak<'lll(^ Coi'poratloii. (Sic DnnlilH, Rupert S., ns- 
slgnor.) 

Ilalccllle Corporation. (Si-e Ma r,di:ill, W.-ili.i- It., as 
sl^nor.) 

Italicllle Corporation. (See Schinldl, .Inlni II,, assignor.) 
IJnkellte Corporation. (H(u> Turklngliui, Victor IT., aB- 

Hlgnor.) 
llMltcllle (,'orponitlon. (See Wi-i'laiuls. .li>linHlone 10., ne- 

tdgiKU-. ) 
liakellte Corporation. (See WcIhh, J. M., and DownB, 

MHHlgnorB.) 
Mald'lHi' Dental I'rodnilH, Inc. (Si'i> liri-scli, I. J., and 

\\ I Kli. asHlgnoi'.i.) 



Bakely, William T., Beverly, N. J. Textile frame. 
2,108,424 ; Feb. 15. 

Baker, Albert L., Sacramento, Calif. Fan. 2,108,841 ; 
Feb. 22. 

Baker, Arthur R., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Columbia Carburetor Company. Form- 
ing a fuel charge for Internal combustion engines. 
2,104,013 ; Jan. 4. 

Baker, Blake, assignor to E. Stonehill, St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Revolving road map and card holder. 2,120,720 ; June 
14. 

Baker Box Company. (See Curtis, Philip N., assignor.) 

Baker Brush Co. Inc. (See Schick, Joseph, assignor.) 

Baker Castor Oil Company, The. (See Colbeth, Ivor M., 
assignor.) 

Baker, Chester L. (See Vail, J. G., and Baker.) 

Baker, Charles I., West Hickory, Pa. Water heating 
and deaerating system. 2,115,453 ; Apr. 20. 

Baker, Charles L., assignor to J. D. Sheetz, Lancaster, 
Pa. Machine for forming tubular sheet-material bod- 
ies. 2,125,414; Aug. 2. 

Baker, Charles L., assignor to J. D. Sheetz, Lancaster, Pa. 
Applying closure mouths to bottle bodies. 2,125,415 : 
Aug. 2. 

Baker, Charles L., assignor to J. D. Sheetz, Lancaster, 
Pa. Device for applying closure bottoms to tubular 
containers. 2,125,416 ; Aug. 2. 

Baker, Charles L., assignor to J. D. Sheetz, Lancaster, Pa. 
Paper milk bottle. 2,125,417 ; Aug. 2. 

Baker, Charles S., Corning, N. Y., assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Compressor un- 
loader. 2,112,875; Apr. 5. 

Baker, Charles W., Montclalr, N. J. Houseliold refrigera- 
tor. 2,114,365 ; Apr. 19. 

Baker, Charles W., Montclair, N. J. Household re- 
frigerator. 2,122,675 ; July 5. 

Baker, Chester L., assignor to Philadelphia Quartz Com- 
pany of California, Ltd., Berkeley, Calif. Crystalliza- 
tion and crystallized products. 2,116,423 ; Jlay 3. 

Baker, Clarence H. (See De Motte. M. P., and Baker.) 

Baker & Company. (See Colby, Edward A., assignor.) 

Baker & Co. (See Keitel, C. W., and Walsh, assignors.) 

Baker & Company. (See Kiepe, Henry R., assignor.) 

Baker & Company. (See Maulon, Frederick, assignor.) 

Baker, Curt, assignor to Miller Sand Pump Company, 
Oklahoma City, Okla. Well clean-out tool. 2,127,019 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Baker, David B. (See Johnston, E. A., Baker, and 
Rogers. ) 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, 
and N. O. Panzegrau, Chicago, 111., assignors to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Fuel tank mounting for 
tractors. 2,112,876 ; Apr. 5. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, 
and N. O. Panzegrau, Chicago, 111., assignors to In- 
ternational Harvester Company. Crawler tractor with 
rigid track frames. 2,125,327 ; Aug. 2. 

Baker, David P.., and L. F. Overholt, Riverside, 111., as- 
signors to International Harvester Company. Cooling 
systems for engines. 2,130,605 ; Nov. 15. 

Baker, Dennic R., Richmond, Va. Game. 2,135,421 ; 
Nov. 1. 

Baker, Donald J., assignor of one-half to Ij. C. Baker, 
Pasadena, and one-half to B. C. Brindley, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Distance finder. 2,133,241 ; Oct. 1 1. 

Baker, Donald R., Now York, N. Y., and II. I*. Nordmark, 
Grand Rapids, Mich., assignors to Knv Displavs, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Display device. 2,120,307 : June 14. 

Baker, Earl P., Minneapolis, Minn. Door construction 
for heating boilers. 2,132,507; Oct. 11. 

Baker, Edward C, and D. W. Manson, Brocl;ton, as- 
signors to D. U. (iurnev Conipanv, Whilnian, Musa. 
Tack machine. 2,113,458; Apr. 5. 

Baker, George T. (See Taylor, I!., and Baker.) 

Baker, George T., :ind J. W. McClew, l,iv(-ri)0()l, England, 
assignors to Associated Telephone & Telegraph Com- 
pany, Chicago, III. Telephone system. 2,133,415 ; Oct. 
18. 

r.aker, George W., Cl\ester, III. Carburetor. 2.1-I0.!)4.S ; 
Dee. 20. 

Baker, (!(>rald C, assignor to Preniler-Pabst Corporation, 
I'eoria Heights, III. Ciinverting stareliv raw inatorlulg 
u.sed In distilling, etc. 2,11!I,!»,SI ; June 7. 

Baker, llari-y S., A illnglon, nnil J, W. Motherwell, Melrose, 
assignors to 'I'he Ashton Valve Company. CnnibrldK*', 
Mass. Illuniin.ited gauge. 2,137,972; Nov. 22. 

Baker, Herbert K., KoUonio, Ind. I''i)rinlng expanded 
melal. 2.I07,27.S: IVb. «. 

Baker, Hugh R. (See Watson, 10., and lliiker.) 

liaker, Irving C., York. I'a., assignor, liy nu'si\e assign- 
nienls. to Audllorluin ( 'oiiilll Umlng Coriiornt Ion, Jersey 
Cilv, N. .]. Air onidlllonlng. lie. 20.lti-l; X^oc. M\. 

Haki'r, Irving II,. Rull.inil, Vl. String releasing menus 
lor hows. 2,133,650 ; Oct. 18. 

Baker, James II.. (Jreen Island, assignor to Itelir-Mnn- 
nlng Coriioralliui, Troy, N. V, Making iibrMslve belts. 
•.•.130.75.; ; Sepi "0 

Baker, Job |),, Gilbert vllle, Mass., assignor to Sulllvnn 
Maelilni-ry Company, Punching nieehanlHin, 2,1tl6,1(IO; 
Jan, 25. 

Baker, John II. (See Shi.sser, II, l( , and Baker, ^ 

Baker, .lolin It. (See Wooler, 10,. iin<l IIiiI.im- ) 

Itaki'i', Jiilui II., aNslgnor to The Thnken Holler Hearing 
t'onipany. Canton, Olilo. Motilite row roller heMrtns. 
•-M2S,(H!>« ; .Vug. 30, 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 193S 



Baker, John B., and H. E. Slusser, assignors to The 
Timken Roller Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Mul- 
tiple-row taper roller bearing. 2,130,258 ; Sept. 13. 

Baker, John S., assignor to Cook Electric Company, 
Chicago, 111. Quick starting vapor motor. 2,129,638 ; 
Sept. 13. ^ ^ 

Baker, Lewis B., assignor of thirty per cent to J. J. 
Yeater and thirty per cent to K. G. Gauglitz, St. Louis, 
Mo. Door hinge. 2,130,663 : Sept. 20. 

Baker, Loretta C, et al. (See Baker, Donald J., as- 
signor. ) 

Baker, Louis S., Parlin, I. H. Morgan, South Kiver, and 
R. J. Quaid, Sayreville, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Process of 
nitrating cellulose. 2,105,627 ; Jan. 18. 

Baker, Marie, Salem, Oieg. Closure for collapsible tubes. 
2,138.992 ; Dec. S. 

Baker, Nelson M., assignor to American Optical Company, 
Southbridge, Mass. Forming connecting means for 
ophthalmic mountings. 2,104,503 ; Jan. 4. 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Baker, Reuben C, assignor.) 

Baker Oil Tool-s, Inc. (See Baker, R. C, and Burt, as- 
signors.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Baker, E. C, and Mellin, as- 
signors.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Burt, Clarence E., assignor.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Ragan, T. M., and Burt, as- 
signors.) 

Baker, Oswell A.. San Gabriel, Calif. Parachute. 
2,104,966 ; Jan. 11. 

Baker, Pauline, et al. (See Clary, Charles A., assignor.) 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Engels, Eugene O., as- 
signor.) 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Guggenheim, Max M., as- 
signor.) 

Baker Perkins Company, (See Thiirling, Hermann, as- 
signor.) 

Baker Perkins Limited. (See Tanqueray, David Y. B., 
assignor.) 

Baker Perkins Limited. (See Whitefield, Bernard, as- 
signor.) 

Baker, Ralph B., Mount Prospect, 111. Furniture con- 
struction. 2,127,710 ; Aug. 23. 

Baker-Raulang Company, The. (See Hawkins, Paul E., 
assignor.) 

Baker-Raulang Company. (See Remde, Edward H., as- 
signor.) 

Baker-Raulang Company, The. (See Stahl, Edward J., as- 
signor.) 

Baker-Raulang Company, The. (See Stoner, Frank, as- 
signor.) 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Drill collar float valve 
for well drilling strings. 2,117,533 ; May 17, 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Well cementing device. 
2,117,5.34; May 17. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Guide and wash-down 
shoe for well casings. 2,117,537 ; May 17. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc.. Huntington Park, Calif. Cement basket. 
2,117,538 ; May 17, 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Cement retainer and 
bridge plug for well casings. 2,121,002 ; June 21. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, and C. E. Burt, Los Angeles, 
assignors to Baker Oil Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, 
Calif. Wire line operated cement retainer and bridge 
plug. 2,117,535 ; May 17. 

Baker, Reuben C. Coalinga, and O. A. Mellin, Alameda, 
assignors to Baker Oil Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, 
Calif. Valve structure for well casings and tubing. 
2,117,536 ; May 17. 

Baker, Richard O., assignor to G. T. Fulford Company 
Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Dispensing con- 
tainer for tablets and the like. 2,133,651 ; Oct. 18. 

Baker, Robert E., and C, L. Amburn, assignors to Glas- 
cock Brothers Mfg. Co., JMuncle, Ind. Coin-controlled 
bottle dispenser. 2,114,246: Apr, 12. 

Baker. Robert S., Detroit, Mich, Saw guide. 2,135,488: 
Nov. 8. 

Baker, Roy C, Denver, Colo. Insulating terminal for 
neon tubes. 2,120,480 ; June 14. 

Baker, Scott F.. Jninesiown, N. Y. Adjustable speed con- 
trol device. 2.1.S0.578: Sept. 20. 

Baker, Solomon F., assignor to Patent Developers, Inc., 
Detroit, Mich. Tandem axle unit and suspension there- 
for. 2,1 16,484 : May 3. 

Baker, Solomon F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Patent Developers, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Dual axle unit. 
2,116,486; May 3. 

Baker, Stephen D., Eau Gallie, Fla. Lawn sprinkler. 
2,141.077: Dec. 20. 

Baker, Virgil P. (See Hall, E. B., Baker, and Booth.) 

Baker, Webster E. B., Lock Haven, Pa. Paper and 
process for the manufacture of paper. 2,106,709 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Baker, Wedworth V., Detroit, Mich. Vertical conveyer 
oven. 2,110,352; Mar, 8. 

Baker, William H., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Loom. 
2,123,595; July 12. 

Bakke, Hans A., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric meter m o u n tl n g . 
2,105,396 ; Jan. 11. 



Bakke, Hans A., Swampscott, Mass, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Sealing device for meters. 
2,118,638 ; May 24. 

Bakke, Hans A., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric meter mounting. 
2,126,602; Aug. 9. 

Bakker, Arjen, The Hague, and H. C. A. Van Duuren, 
Noordwljkerhout, Netherlands, assignors to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Type printing telegraph system 
with means for eliminating Interference. 2,119,196 ; 
May 31. 

Bakker, Pier, assignor to Associated Electric Labora- 
tories, Inc., Chicago, 111. Telephone system. 2,133,682 ; 
Oct. 18. 

Bakon Yeast, Inc. (See Freshel, Curtis P., assignor.) 

Balaam, Maurice A., Lompoc, Calif. Irrigation pipe 
transporting machine. 2,125,252 ; July 26. 

Balachowsky, Georges, Paris, France, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric circuit breaker. 2,111,416 ; 
Mar. 15. 

Balbinder, Arthur. (See Feuer, S. R., Freedman, Hozln- 
sky, and Balbinder.) 

Balcar, Frederick R., Stamford, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to U. S. Industrial Alcohol Co., New York, 
N. Y. Recovering olefin oxides from gaseous mixtures 
and hydrollzlng to form corresponding glycols. 
2,135,271 ; Nov. 1. 

Baick, Slvalls & Bryson, Inc, (See Raymond, G., and 
Young, assignors.) 

Baldauf, Arthur J., Highland Park, 111. Holder for 
proofreading, 2,127,711 ; Aug, 23, 

Baidauf, Carl E., assignor to Clarice Lienhard. Los 
Angeles, Calif, Light fixture. 2,137,106 ; Nov. 15. 

Baldenhofer, William G., assignor to The Thompson 
Grinder Company, Springfield, Ohio. Machine for 
grinding and sharpening broaches. 2,113,287 ; Apr. 5. 

Baldeschwieler, Emile L., Cranford, N. J., assignor to 
Standard Oil Development Company. Calking and 
sealing composition. 2,131,342 ; Sept. 27. 

Baldlni, Carmelo, Bronx, N. Y. Protein, Protein com- 
pound, and method of preparation. 2,116,377 : May 3. 

Baldsiefen, Walter D., Rarltan Township, Middlesex 
County, N. J., assignor to du Pont Film Manufacturing 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Making sensitized ele- 
ments. 2,112,217 ; Mar, 22, 

Baldsiefen, Walter D., Rarltan Township, Middlesex 
County, and J. R. Weber, South River, N. J., assignors 
to Du Pont Film Manufacturing Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Trlpack. 2,112,226 ; Mar. 29. 

Baldwin, Alfred W., Blackley, Manchester, England, as- 
signor to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Sul- 
phonated alkoxy substituted arylldes of the higher fattv 
acids. 2,115,758; IMay 3. 

Baldwin, Alfred W., H. Blackshaw, and C. S. Woolvln, 
Blackley, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical In- 
dustries Limited. Dyeing process. 2,116.553 ; May 10. 

Baldwin, Alfred W., and H. A. Piggott, Blackley, 
Manchester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical 
Industries Limited. Methylene hallde derivatives of 
carboxyllc acid amides and carbamic esters, respec- 
tively, and making the same. 2,131,362 ; Sept. 27. 

Baldwin Company, The. (See Knoblaugh, Armand F., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin Company, The. (See Kock, Winston E., as- 
signor.) 

Baldwin Company, The. (See Morse, Arthur H., as- 
signor.) 

Baldwin Company, The. (See Tower, Herschel E., as- 
signor. ) 

Baldwin, Everett E., assignor to Eclipse ISIachine Com- 
pany. Elmira, N. Y. Automatic coupling. 2,111,956 ; 
Mnv 22. 

Baldwin. George J., and G. W. Addy. Cayuga, Ontario, 
Canada. Natural gas production. 2,136,229 : Nov. 8. 

Baldwin, George T., London, England. Means for use in 
feeding sheets to printing and other like machines. 
2,104,720; Jan. 11. 

Baldwin, Harold R. (See Blackman. P. M., .-iud Baldwin.) 

Baldwin. Henry W., assignor to Baldwin Laboratories, 
Inc., Saegertown, Pa. Impregnated fibrous article. 
2.132,554: Oct. 11. 

Baldwin, James L,, Oak Park, 111. Double belt carrier. 
2,106,514; Jan. 25. 

Baldwin, John T., Chattanooga, Tenn. Rail joint. 
2,136,961 ; Nov. 15. 

Baldwin Laboratories, Inc, (See Baldwin, Henry W., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin, Millard W,, Jr., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. Electro- 
optical apparatus. 2,131,715 ; Sept. 27. 

Baldwin, Mlnot J., Akron, Ohio. Display structure. 
2,118,135 ; May 24. 

Baldwin, Reinhold. (See Abegg, Walter A., assignor.) 

Baldwin Rubber Company. (See Clark, Samuel C, as- 
signor.) 

Baldwin Rubber Company. (See Glougle. Bm-t S,, as- 
signor.) 

Baldwin Rubber Company. (See Pryale, H. M., Clark, 

and Vrooman, assignors.) 

Baldwiu-Southwark Corporation. (See Dlnzl, Richard W., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Galson, Henry L., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Haas, Walter D. 
assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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B;ild\-\iii-.SoutInvark Corporation. (See Heller, Henry C, 

assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Kerr, Samuel L., 

assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Locke, Arthur S., 

assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Neeson, Charles 

R., assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Steinfeld, Hans 

K., assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Steinfeld, H. K., 

Galson, and Locke, assignors.) 
Baldwin-Southwark (Corporation. (See Troxell, George E., 

assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Weiland, Alfred, 

assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Weiland, A., and 

Neeson, assignors.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Zwickl, Joseph 

K., assignor.) 
Bale, Geo., et al. (See King, James F., assignor.) 
Bale, Ralph G., et al. (See McCarty, Roy C, assignor.) 
Bales, James E., Aurora, 111., and T. C. Weltmer, Kansas 

City, Mo. Demountable display rack. 2,110,034 ; 

Mar. 1. 
Balfo, George T., assignor to Detroit Gasket & Mfg. Co., 

Detroit, Mich. Gasket. 2,109,814 ; Mar. 1. 
Balfe, George T., assignor to Detroit Gasket & Mfg. Co., 

Detroit, Mich. Cutting machine. 2,121,003 ; June 21. 
Balfe, (5eorge T., assignor to Detroit (jasket & Mfg. Co., 

Detroit, Mich. Method of cutting material. 2,121,004; 

June 21 
Balfe, George T., assignor to Detroit Gasket & Mfg. Co., 

Detroit, Mich. Gasket. 2,126,716 ; Aug. 16. 
Balfour, Guthrie & Co. (See Schaefle, Ralph E., as- 
signor.) 
Balfour, Robert A., and F. H. Hale, Wicker, Sheffield, 

England. Saw teeth. 2,141,504 ; Dec. 27. 
Balln, Charles J., St. Louis, Mo. Container. 2,133,736 ; 

Oct. 18. 
Balke, Claire C. (See Balke, Clarence AV. and C. C.) 
Balke, Clarence W., Highland Park, assignor to Ramet 

Corporation of America, North Chicago, 111. Hard 

alloys. 2,106,161 ; Jan. 25. 
Balke, Clarence W., Highland Park, assignor to Ramet 

Corporation of America, North Chicago, 111. Hard 

alloys. 2,106,162 ; Jan. 25. 
Balke, Clarence W. and C. C, Highland Park, assignors 

to Fansteel Metallurgical Corporation, Chicago, 111. 

Production of refi-actory metals and alloys. 2,107,279 ; 

Feb. 8. 
Balke, Clarence W., Highland Park ; F. L. Hunter, Lake 

Bluff ; and R. A. Haskell, Waukegan, assignors to Fan- 
steel Metallurgical Corporation, North Chicago, III. 

Hard alloy. 2,122,403 ; July 5. 
Ball, Albert L. (See Benner, K. C, and Ball.) 
Ball, Alliort L. (See Scutt, A. G., and Ball.) 
Ball, Albert L., Lewiston Heights, assignor, by mesne 

as.signments, to The Carborundum Company, Niagara 

Falls, N. Y. Apparatus for cutting hard substances. 

2,123,705 ; July 12. 
Ball, Albert L., Lewiston Heights, Lowiston, assignor, 

by mesne rissignmonts, to The Carborundum Company, 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. Composite abrasive sheet. 

2,129.661 ; Sept. ]3. 
P.all, Albert L., Lewislon, and A. G. Scutt, assignors, by 

mesne a.ssignmenls, to The Carborundum Company, 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. Making composite abrasive arti- 

cle.s. 2,110,143 ; Mar. 8. 
Ball, Albei-1 L,, Lewiston Hinglils, and R. C. Benner, as- 
signors, by mesne iissignmenls, to The ('arbonindum 

Company, Niagara li'all.s, N. Y. Segmental abrasive 

wheel and making tlie same. 2,119,412; May 31. 
Ball Albert L., I^ewiston, assignor, by mesne assignments, 

to The Carborundum (Jompanv, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

ComposllioM of matter. 2,14l,(i37; Dec. 27. 
P.all, Albert 1'., assignor to Briggs Mamifacturiiig Coin- 

jjany, Detroit, Mich. A(l.jiistable shade for automojjile 

bodies. 2,110,120; Afar. 8. 
]{all, Albert J'., nsslgiior to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Midi. Ventilating window. 2,110,121 ; 

Alar. H. 
i;all, Alhei-I ]'., MHsigno]- to BrlggH Manufacturing Com- 

jianv, Delroil, Mich. Kefrigerator cabinet. 2,114,1(59; 

Apr. 12. 
Hall, .Mherl I'., assignor to Bi'Iggs Manufacturing Coin- 

I)nnv, DiMroll, i\Iieh. Uefrlgerator eabini'l. 2,114,170; 

Ai)r. 12. 
Ball, Albert P., asslgnoi' to Bilggs Manufacturing C'oni- 

paiiv, Detioll, Midi. StMiiiped metal radlntor. 

2,120,085 ; June 7. 
l'..ill. Albert }'., and W. Marsliall, iiNslgnors lo Hrigg.s 

.MMMuraelMilng ComiHinv, DetroK, Midi. Slaiiiiied meliil 

fluid bi'iiter. 2,116,298 ; May :!. 
I'.all, Albert P., nsslgnor to Itrlggs Miiiiiifiictnrlng ('(1111 

imiiy, Detroit, Midi. A<lJUHtiible nciU. 2, i;t2,(l(i'.i : 

O.I. 4. 
I'.nll, Arlliur F., IliiverlilU, and O. A. Criilu, iiHHlgnoi'B to 

Gregory & Iteiid Wood Ilt'd Company, ^lalden, Miihh. 

MetboM and iiiipiinitiiB for uperatliig 011 lieelH. 



ilipur 
2,123,260 ; July 12. 
I'.nll Urolbers (Vmiiiaiiy. 
Hlgiior.) 



(Si.' Diinium, I'Mgiir 1' 



Ball Brothers Company. (See Moorshead, Thomas C, as- 
signor.) 

Ball Brothers Company. (See Moorshead, T. C, and 
Dorman, assignors.) 

Ball Brothers Company. (See Tipping, John, assignor.) 

Ball Brothers Company. (See Wadsworth, Frank L. U., 
assignor.) 

Ball, Charles F. (See Devine, B. F., and Ball.) 

Ball, Charles F. (See Longenecker, C. I., and Ball.) 

Ball, Charles F., Wauwatosa, assignor to Chain Belt 
Company, Jlilwaukee, Wis. Apparatus for feeding 
plastic concrete mixtures to pumps etc. 2,116,473 ; 
Jlay 3. 

Ball, Charles F., Wauwatosa, assignor to Chain Belt Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. Auxiliary valve structure for 
concrete pumps. 2,123,583 ; July 12. 

Ball, Charles F., Wauwatosa, assignor to Chain Belt 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Apparatus for mixing con- 
crete and the like. 2,131,682 ; Sept. 27. 

Ball, Charles F., assignor to Chain Belt Company, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Concrete pump. 2,131,681 ; Sept. 27. 

Ball, Charles F., Wauwatosa, assignor to Chain Belt Com- 
panv, Milwaukee, Wis. Apparatus for mixing concrete 
and the like. 2,135,436 ; Nov. 1. 

Ball, Charles 0., River Forest, 111., assignor to American 
Can Company, New York, N. 1'. Controlling viscositv 
in evaporated milk. 2,135,489 ; Nov. 8. 

Ball, Charles P., Jr., assignor to The Torrington Com- 
pany, Torrington, (i:onn. Hydraulic brake. 2,141,966 ; 
assignor.) 

Ball, (iharles P., Jr., assignor to The Torrington Com- 
pany, Torrington, Conn. Hydraulic brake. 2,141,967 ; 
assignor.) 

Ball Chemical Company. (See Fulton, K. H., and Illig, 
assignors.) 

Ball, Donald A. (See Quick. C. G., Ball, and Whitehead, i 

Ball, Edward L., Rossville, Ga. Snapper for knitting 
machines. 2,115,610; Apr. 26. 

Ball, Eldon W., assignor to Rock of Ages Corporation, 
Barre, Vt. Pneumatic tool. 2,122,507 ; July 5. 

Ball, Frederick O. and T. JL, Detroit, iMich. Carburetoi-. 
2.108,281 ; Feb. 15. 

Ball, George, Nuthall, assignor to Aristoc Limited, Not- 
tinghamshire, England. Knitting machine. 2,128,688 ; 
Aug. 30. 

Ball, George D., and C. L. Tumulty, Alexandria, Ind. 
Nourotatable hub cap. 2,130,220: Sept. 13. 

Ball, John B. (See Billker, F. W., and Ball.) 

Ball, John H., St. Louis, Mo. Parallel rule. 2,115,983 ; 
i\lay 3. 

Ball, Joseph A., Los Angeles, assignor to Technicolor 
Motion Picture Corporation, Hollywood, Calif. Motion 
picture camera drive. 2,107,623 ; Feb. 8. 

Ball, P. D. (See DesdiampS, Desire J., assignor.) 

Ball, Robert P., Chattanooga, Tenn. Calculator. 
2.118.773 : ;\1ay 24. 

Ball, Robert W., Kaolin, Pa., assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Recovery 
of barium from black ash residues. 2,111,236 ; Mar. 15. 

Ball, llussell C, I'liUadeliiliia, i'a. \ai\e control. 
2.114.01:; ; Ajir. 12. 

Ball. Thomas M. (See Ball. Frederick O. and T. M.) 

Ballanline. Stuart, Mountain Lakes, N. J. Modulator. 
2,120,882 ; Juno 14. 

Ballanline, Stuart, Mountain Lakes, N. J. Sound trans- 
lating apparatus. 2,121,778; June 28. 

r.allanline, Stuart, Mountain Lakes, N. J. Sound trans- 
laiiiig apiiaratiis. 2.121,779; June 28. 

r.:illaiiline, Stuarl, Moimlain Lakes, N. J. Sound traiis- 
laiing system. 2,121,780; June 28. 

r..ilhintino, Stuart, i^lountain Lakes, N. J. Sound trans- 
Inliiig device. 2,121,781; June 28. 

r.allanline, Stuart, Mountain Lakes, N. J. Sound trans 
lalioii a|ipai-atus. 2,122,191; June 28. 

r.allantine, Stuart, Mountain Lukes, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation of Aniorlcn, 
New York, N. Y. Vacuum tube amplifier. 2,134,747 ; 
Nov. 1. 

r.nllanlvne, Robert L.. P(Mrysburg, Ohio. Power trans- 
mission. 2,133.276; Oct. IS. 

r.alhud, Iteruard T.. Warren, Ohio, W. M. RfcNolI, Whont- 
on, and R. II. Iliird, Hinsdale, assignors to Fulled 
States (iypsimi Compniiy, Chicago, 111. Machine for 
mamiraeluriiig sized shoots of llatloned o.\pandod mot- 
al. 2,121.470 ; .lune 21. 

Ballard, Cliaihs II.. Ueibe.ster, Pa. liemovllig Imtleiv 
terminals. 2,133,371 ; Oct, IS. 

Itallard, Howard A„ Niipn, CuUf. Poultry fooilei. 
2,127,804 ; Aug. 23. 

I'.iillard, .lohii II,, iiHslgnor lo Sealed I'owor Corponitlon, 
Muskegon, .Midi. I'lsloii ring proooHS. 2, 1 ID.OS.^ ; 
.May 31. 

r.,illiird, John I!., Sim 1'"iiiiicInoo, Calif,, nsHlKlior (o (), Von 
Seebi'di. ,Svii<ll<nt«' MMiiager of Duo-Syiidlcalo, New 
York, N Y.' Air cooling aiipmatUK, 2,107,280; Kdi. 8. 

r.nlliird, UciHcoe l'\ (See Wanur. A. \V,, Mild Unllard.) 

r.alliish, ,lMsepli I,., < 'levelaiiil, assignor lo Tile SlorlliiK 
l.rlndlng Wheel Coiiipiniv. Tlllln, Ohio. Abrasive de 
vice. 2, 1. '^'l, lion ! Oct. I I. 

I'.allMiil'. I''rll7., Coliigiii- llohvi'lde, mid O. lliiyer. Lover- 
kiiNen I. li.Wi'rIi, Goriiiiiiiy, iiNHlKiiorH to Gonoriil Ani- 
line WorliH, Inc., Now York, N. V. Wiitor liiHoliiblo n»,o 
dveHtiilTH. 2,1 lO.llPI ; iMiir, ,s. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 193S 



Balle, Gerhard, assignor to I. G. Farbenindustrie 
Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Condensation products. 2,131,249 ; Sept. 27. 

Ballentine, William I., La Porte, Ind. Apparatus for 
testing hardness. 2,109,521 ; Mar, 1. 

Bailer, Harry C, Los Angeles, Calif. Coin carrier. 
2,131,088 ; Sept. 27. 

BallGW, Elmer L., Chicago, 111. Advertising device. 
2,129,368 ; Sept. 6. 

Balliet, A. H., Corporation. (See Neely, Frank R., as- 
signor.) 

Balhnan, Edwin C, St. Louis, Mo. Combination fixture. 
2,123,071 ; July 5. 

Ballman, Edwin C, St. Louis, Mo. Electric motor mount- 
ing. 2,13.5,785 : Nov. 8. 

Balloffet Dies & Nozzle Co. (See Davis, John H., as- 
signor.) 

Ballon, George, Holland, N. Y. Powder puff. 2,137,125 ; 
Nov. 15. 

Ballou, B. A., & Co. (See Ballou, Frederick A., Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Ballou, B. A., & Co. (See Blorehouse, Eugene, assignor.) 

Ballou, Frederick A., Jr., Providence, R. I., assignor to 
B. A. Ballou & Co., Inc. Safety catch. 2,123,985 ; 
July 19. 

Ballou, John McK., Los Angeles, Calif. Airplane. 
2,104,006 ; Jan. 4. 

Ballou, John McK., and H. W. Clark, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Ore concentrator. 2,112,099; Mar. 22. 

Ballou, l^eon H. (See Guenther, George A. and H. V., 
assignors.) 

Bally Manufacturing Company. (See Chappell, Edward 
M., assignor.) 

Balmford, Alfred B., et al. (See Burn, Walter S., as- 
signor.) 

Baliiiford, Joseph A., East Orange, N. J. Synclironi-;iii_ 
alternating current motor. 2.iut>,038 ; Feb. 15. 

Balsach, Juan, SabadoH, Spain. Circular loom, 
2,141,679 ; Dec. 27. 

Balsam, Maurice M., assignor to W. L. Lawson, New York, 
N. Y. Folding apparatus and method. 2,123,175 ; 
July 12. 

Balsam, Maurice M., and W. L. Lawson, New York, N. Y. ; 
said Balsam assignor to said Lawson. Method of and 
apparatus for folding sheet material. 2,104,727 ; Jan. 
11. 

Balsiger, Harold E. (See Ott, C. L.. and Balsiger.) 

Balsley, James K., La Canada, Calif., assignor to United 
Research Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. Sound 
production. 2,115,001; Apr. 26. 

Balsley, James R., La Canada, Calif., assignor to United 
Research Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. Sound 
reproduction. 2,136,873 ; Nov. 15. 

Baltliasar, Harry G., West Tower Park, assignor to The 
Edward J. Hoff Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Venetian 
blind. 2,115,663 ; Apr. 26. 

Balthis, Joseph H., Jr., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Neniour.s & Company, Wilmington, Del. Nitrogen-con- 
taining resins. 2,122,707 ; July 5. 

Baltimore. Irving S. (See Merrill, Warren C, as- 
signor.) 

P.aUiniore Paint and Color Works, Inc. (See Shuger, 
Leroy \V., assignor.) 

Baltimoie Paper Company. (See Berkowitz, Eugene B., 
assignor.) 

Baltimore Paper Box Company, The. (See Ferguson, 
George K. S., assignor.) 

Balton, James, assignor of one-fourth to J. Shapiro, Balti- 
more, Md., one-fourth to I. Shapiro, Chicago, 111., one- 
fourth to N. Shapiro, and one-fourth to S. Shapiro, 
Chelsea, Mass. Label placing apparatus and method. 
2,106,864 ; Feb. 1. 

Balton, .lames, assignor of one-fourth to J. Shapiro, 
Baltimore, Md., one-fourth to I. Shapiro, Chicago, 111., 
one-fourth to N. Shapiro, and one-foiuih to S. Shapiro, 
Chel.'!(>a. Mass. Ice cream cone. 2,] 14,205; Apr. 12. 

Bnlz, Max, Esslingen-on-the-Neckar, assignor to Daimler- 
Ben/, Aktiengi'sellschaft, Stuttgart-Unterturkheim. <!cr- 
many. Springing attachment "for the wheels of pow- 
er driven vehicles. 2,126,084 ; Aug. 9. 

Balz, Max, Fsslingen-on-the-Neckar, assignor to Daimler- 
Benz Aktiengesellschaft, Stuttgart - Unterturkheim, 
Germany. Motor-driven vehicle. 2,126,085 ; Aug. 9. 

Balz, William (J., assignor to Shakespeare Company, Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. Fishing reel. 2,134,000 ; Oct. 25. 

Balzer, Fritz, Chicago, 111., assignor, l)y mesne assign- 
ments, to American Machine and Metals, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Laundry apparatus. 2,112,225 ; Mar. 29. 

Bamag-.Megiiirn .\l<l iengcsullscliafl. (8ce Corsepius, R., 
anil I'rotzen, assignors.) 

Bamag-IMeguin Aktiengesellschaft. (See Fischer, Thomas, 
assignor.) 

Bamax Machine Co. (See Dayton, Max E., assignor.) 

I'.ambenek, Dominic <;. (See Bambenek, Joseph 11. and 
D. C.) 

Bambenek, Joseph B. and D. C, assignors to Peerless 
Chain Company. Winona, Minn. Traction-increasing 
device. Re. 20,892 ; Oct. 25. 

llamberger-Ucinlbal Company, The. (See R<,4nlhal, Arthui' 
J., ."issignor.) 

Bamford. William T. (See Maurer, C. B., and Bamford,) 

l'.ami)fylde, James W., Birmingham, assignor to British & 
Dominions Foralloy I/lmited, London, England. Man- 
ufacture of cast iron. 2,134,905 ; Nov, 1, 



Bancel, Paul A., Montclair, assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Apparatus for refrigerat- 
ing purposes. 2,117,693 ; Jlay 17. 

Bancel, Paul A., Montclair, N. J., and P. Hoffman, Baston, 
Pa., assignors to Ingersoll-Rand Company, Jersey City, 
N. J. Regulating device for centrifugal compressors. 
2,109,964 : Mar. 1. 

Bancker, Elbert H. (See Hamilton, F. A., Jr., and 
Bancker.) 

Bancker, Elbert H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electroresponsive device. 
2,110,655; Mar. 8. 

Bancons, Jean L. R., Dax, France. Device for the trans- 
portation and distribution of liquids. 2,129,113 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Bancroft, Albert F., West New-ton, assignor to Bancroft- 
Walker Company, Waltham, Mass. Shoe heel and mak- 
ing same. 2,107,776 ; Feb. 8. 

Bancroft, Alfred G., Dunn, N. C, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Railway Equipment Manu- 
facturing Company. Refrigerator car. 2,120,345 ; 
June 14. 

Bancroft, Charles, New Canaan, Conn. Displacement 
means. 2.132,595 ; Oct. 11. 

Bancroft, Charles, New Canaan, Conn. Rotary displace- 
ment means. 2,132,596 ; Oct. 11. 

Bancroft, George B. (See Mitchell, Roseoe A., assignor.) 

Bancroft Holdings Limited. (See Johns, Henry S., as- 
signor.) 

Bancroft, Joseph, & Sons Co. (See Bird, S, B„ and 
Lippert, assignors.) 

Bancroft, Joseph. & Sons Co. (See Lippert, A. L., and 
Hall, assignors.) 

Bancroft, Raymond W., assignor to Collier-Key worth Com- 
pany, Gardner. Mass. Chair base and making the 
same. 2,119,946 ; Juno 7. 

Bancroft- Walker Company, (See Bancroft, Albert F., as- 
signor,) 

Bancroft, Wilfred, Haverford, and M. C. Indahl, Rydal, 
assignors to Lanston Monotype Machine Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Registering mechanism. 2,115,357 ; 
Apr. 26, 

Bancroft, William H,, Leicester, England, a.ssignor to 
United Shoe .Machinery Corporation, P.aterson, N. J. 
aiaking shoe stiffeners. 2,140,614; Dec. 20. 

Bandcan Corporation. (See Williams, Fred H., assignor.) 

Bandur, Adolph F., Berwyn, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Mag- 
netic core. 2,10."),070: J.an. 11. 

Bane. Joe H., Dana, HI. Sickle header for harvesters 
and the like. 2,1.39,927 ; Dec. 13. 

Bantield, Frederic E., Jr., Saco, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Saco-Lowell Shops, Biddeford, Maine. 
Spindle. 2,137,232 ; Nov. 22. 

Banfield, Thomas H., assignor to Iron Fireman Manu- 
facturing Company. Portland, Oreg. Ash remover for 
underfeed stokers. 2,119,937 ; June 7. 

Banfield, Thomas IL, assignor to Iron Fireman Manufac- 
turing Company, Portland, Oreg. Underfeed stoker and 
ash rcn)over. 2,122,708 ; July 5. 

r.aiisert, Cliarles A., assignor to Lamneck Products, Incor- 
porated, Columbus, Ohio. Silo roof. 2.135.437; Nov. 1. 

Bangle, John W., Statesville, N. C, assignor of one-half 
to The Holiness Church of El Monte, Calif., one-fourth 
to C. A. and P. L. Boeck, and one-fourth to M. A. Bangle, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Furnace for melting metal. 
2,140,181; Dec. 13. 

Ban.gle, Mary A., et al. (See Bangle, John W., assignor.) 

Bangs, Ralph C., Providence, R. I., assignor to Cohn & 
Rosenberger, Inc., New York, N. Y. Monogram con- 
struction. 2,107,684 ; Feb. 8. 

Bangs, Ralph C, Providence, R. I., assignor to L. K. 
Stupell. Ornament construction, 2,108,158 ; Feb. 15. 

Bangs, Ralph C, I'rovidence, K, 1.. assignor to t'oro-Gram, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Handle for various articles. 
2.1 38.093 : Dec. 6, 

Bangs, Ralph C, Providence, R. I., assignor to Cohn & 
Rosenberger, Inc., of Rhode Island. Gem setting tool. 
2,140.465 ; Dec, 13. 

Bangs, Ralph L., Wakefield, assignor to Forest Wadding 
Company, Roxbury, Mass. Packing. 2,109,789 ; 
Mar. 1. 

Banigan, Thomas P., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Pellicles and process relating to 
same. 2,106,786 ; Feb. 1. 

Banigan, Thomas F., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to K. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Cellulosic article. 2,117,392 ; May 
17. 

Bani.gan, Thomas F., Kenmore N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours <<t Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Cellulosic structure. 2,137,301 ; Nov. 22. 

Bank, Albert M., assignor to Sylvia Bank, Jersev City, 
N. J. Mattress for beds. 2,104.921 ; Jan. 11. 

Bank, Albert M., assignor to S. Bank, Jersey City, N. J. 
Upholstery construction. 2,124,048; July 19. 

Bank, Albert M., assignor to Sylvia Bank. Jersey City, 
N. J. Upholstery construction. 2,135,555; Nov. 8. 

Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association. 
(See Owens, Bengeman Beason, assignor.) 

Bank of The Manhattan Company. (See Brogden, Ronald 
R., assignor,) 

Bank, Sylvia. (See Bank, Albert M., assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Banker, Carl W., Tiltousville, Ohio. Window tixiure. 
2,141,908 ; Dec. 27. 

Banker, Oscar H., a.«sicnor to New Products Corporation, 
Chicago, III. Clutch mechanism. 2,104,014 ; Jan. 4. 

ll.mker. U.scar II.. a^sienur to Xew Products Corpoiation, 
f.'hicajTO, 111. Chanse speed transmission. 2,140.502 ; 
Dec. 20. 

Bankers Box Company. (.See Fellowes, Harry L., as- 
signor.) 

Banks, Arnold E., Cheboygan, Mich. Independent four- 
wheel spring mounting. 2,122,308 ; June 28. 

Banks, Claud, Canton, Ohio. Progressive hobbyhorse. 
2,132,772: Oct. 11. 

Banks, Claud L., Canton, Ohio. Vehicular spring. 
2,126,086 ; Aug. 9. 

Banks, Daniel B., Drexel Hill, and P. D. Barton, Narborth, 
assignors to Sun Oil Company. Philadelphia, Pa. De- 
propanizing wax-propane mixtures. 2,111,957 ; Mar. 22. 

Banks, George B., Chelmsford, England, assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Electron multiplier. 
2,113,264 : Apr. 5. 

Banks, George B., Chelmsford. England, assignor to Ra- 
dio Corporation of America. Electron multiplier. 
2,115,155 ; Apr. 26. 

Banks, Robert W., Memphis, Tenn. Extension hinge. 
2,140,412 ; Dec. 13. 

Banks, Robert W., Memphis. Tenn. Window element and 
locking means. 2,140,413 ; Dec. 13. 

Banks. W. T., et al. (See Davis, Phillip W., assignor.) 

Banner, Irving. (See Banner, Max S. and I.) 

Banner, Max S. and I.. New York, N. Y. Child's hand- 
bag novelty. 2,140.124 ; Dec. 13. 

Banncrot, Frederick G. (See Hurtt, W. T., and Ban- 
nerot. ) 

Bannister, Clyde E., Akron, Ohio. Hose coupling. 
2,116,299 ; May 3. 

Bannon, Edward F., assignor to Harvey Hubbell, Incorpo- 
rated, Bridgeport, Conn. Cord connector body. 
2,105,465 ; Jan. 18. 

Bannon, John J., et al. (See La Loude, Moses, assignor.) 

Bannon, William H. (See Graham, Clarence T., as- 
signor.) 

Banocker, Elbert H., and T. A. Cramer, Schenectady, N. 
Y., assignors to General Electric Company. Protective 
arrangement for alternating current svstems. 
2,141,890 ; Dec. 27. 

Bantam Ball Bearing Company, The. (See Ilprrmnnn. 
Karl L., assignor.) 

Bantz, Tlieodor, Frankfort-on-the-Maln-Praunheim, G. 
Grave, Frankfort-on-tlio-JIain-Heddernheim, and E. Op- 
pen, ITanover-Kirchrode, Germany, assignors to Ameri- 
can Lurgi Corporation, New York, N. Y. Method and 
apparatus for electrostatic preparation. 2,106,865 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Bany, Herman, Eansdowne, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Control system. 2,107,927; Feb. 8. 

Bany, Herman, Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to (Jeneral 
Electric Company. Control system. 2,110.378; May 3. 

Bany, Herman, Laiisdowne, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Automatic control equipment. 
2,117,871; May 17. 

Bany, Herman, Lansdownc, and W. N. Gittings, Upper 
Darby, Pa., as.signors to General lOlectric Company. 
Circuit breaker control system. 2,110,370 : May 3. 

Banzett, William H.. Clifton, N. J. Finishing printing 
plates. 2,118,801 ; May 31. 

Baracli, Alvan L., ct al. (See Pilblad, Eric J., assignor.) 

Barach, Alvan L., et al. (See Strange, Charles C., as- 
signor.) 

Baracli, Edmund J., et al. (See Pilblad, Eric J., as- 

signoi-.) 
B.'ii-ach. i:dminid .1.. ct al. (.See .Strange, Charles C, 

as..iij;nor.) 
Barager, Alfred T. (See La Ilodiiy, W., and Barager.) 
Bnran, Milan L., South Orangi', N. J. Ventilated shoe. 

2,1 2-1..'',!) I ; July 19. 
Baranowsky, Kaoiil. r.crlln Treptow, Germany, assignor 

to Gcncial I'^licl lie Company. Co\ipling-on or bridging 

linplemenl. 2.1-11,280; Dec." 27. 
Barasch. Hans P., Kcnsiiiglon, Ijondon. lOnglanil. Sealing 

eleclrii'al condnctor.s into \il rcous envelopes. 2,138.224 ; 

Nov. 2!). 



Tnlaglio pilniing ma 
Coupled circuits. 
Kecllflir circuit. 



Barasli, Joseph, New York, N. Y 

chine. 2,116,874 ; Mav 10. 
Bnrber, Alfred W., Flnslilng, N. Y. 

2,120,998; Juno 21. 
Barber, AUri'.l \V.. Klu.sliing. .\. V 

2,129,720 : Sept. 13. 
Barber, Alfred \\'., I'MnsIiiiii;. \. V., assignor In H.'izeltlne 

Corporailon. Coiiiilliig system. 2.120.727; Sept. 13. 
Barber. Alfred W., Flushing, N. Y. Coupled circuit sys- 

t.'Mi. 2.130,(164 ; Nov. 15. 
Barber. Alfn'd W., Flusliing, N. Y. Radio tuning Indi- 
cation. 2.130,00.1; Nov. 15. 
I'.iirlur Ahpliali Ciiiiiorjil Ion. (See Howell, Henry C, 

aHslgiior.) 
Biirbir, Cliarles C., Kockvllle, Centre, N. Y., and C. W. 

McWIlllnniH, Kearny, N. J.. iiRHlgnorR to Bell Telepliono 

f/abornlorleH, Incoriiornted. Now York, N. Y. Shaft 

benrlng. 2,10.1,900 ; Jan. 18. 
Barber. CIi.'mIch ('., jtockvllle Centre, nKNlgnnr to Bell 

Ti'leiilKine I/aboralorli'H, Iiieorporntcd, New York, N. Y, 

f.'lulch nwcliaMlHin, 2,133,704; Oct. 18. 

•Kill! I r- 1 



Barber, Charles E., assignor to Chicago Musical Instru- 
ment Company. Chicago, 111. Piano accordion. 
2,118,545 ; May 24. 

Harber, Charles H., ^Manchester, England. Display de- 
vice. 2.130.334: Sept. 20. 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Edgar, John, assignor.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Germonprez, John A., 
assignor. ) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Lake, Harry E., assignor.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (.See Marcellus, Brooks, as- 
signor.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Peterson, Burt A.. a.«- 
signor.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Ransome, Stafford M.. 
assignor.) 

Barber, George M., Chicago. 111. Combination footrest 
and cuspidor. 2,138,415 ; Nov. 29. 

Barber, George W., New Haven, Conn., dedicated to the 
free use of "the People of the United States of America. 
Needle nozzle. 2,116,591 ; May 10. 

I!arber-Greene Company. (See Barber, Harry H., as- 
signor.) 

Barber. Harry H., assignor to Barber-Greene Company, 
Aurora, 111. Machine for and process of laying roads. 
2.13S,S2S; Dec. 6. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Flat sheet 
delivery for web printing rotary presses. 2,104.578 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. E. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Flat sheet 
delivery for web printing rotary presses. 2,110,585 ; 
.Alar. 8. 

Barber, Howard M.. Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B, 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Flat sheet 
delivery for web printing rotary presses. 2,110,586 ; 
Mar. 8. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Web perfect- 
ing rotary press. 2,112.586 ; Mar. 29. 

Barber. Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Companv, Westerly, R. I. Web per- 
fecting rotary press. 2,112,587; Mar. 29. 

Barber, Howard M., P.awcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Web per- 
fecting rotary press. 2.112,588; Jlar. 29. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Web per- 
fecting rotary press. 2.112,589 ; Mar. 29. 

Barber, Howard M.. Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Companv, Westerly, R. I. Web per- 
fecting rotary press. 2.112,590 ; Mar. 29. 

Barber, Howard Jl., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Companv, Westerly. R. I. Web per- 
fecting rotary press. 2,112,591 ; Mar. 29. 

Barber, Howard M.. Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Sheet han- 
dling mechanism for web printing rotary presses. 
2,128,981 ; Sept. 6. 

Barber. Howard M., Pawcatuck. Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. 1. Sheet col- 
lecting and folding mechanism for printing presses. 
2,131,303: Sept. 27. 

Barber. Leroy B. (See Hosselkus, Bert C, assignor. 1 

Barbiori, Cesare. (See l^IcKeo. Ralph H.. assignor.! 

Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for the 
separation of saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons. 
2,121,332 ; June 21. 

Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to Dixie- 
Vortex Company, Chicago, 111. Forming paper cups. 
2.104,535; Jan. 4. 

Barbieri, Cesare, Now York, N. Y., assignor to Dlxle-Vor- 
tex C'ompany, Chicago, III. Container. 2,132,597 : 
Oct. 11. ,, ,, 

Barbieri, Cesare, and J. R. Heard, New York, N. Y. ; sanl 
Ili'ard assignor to said Barbieri. Continuous process 
of manufaciuring amines with emulsions. 2,113,040: 
Apr. 12. 

Barbour, .Mexander D., assignor to Ontario Research 
Foundation, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Making an 
alimenlnrv product. 2,125,215; July 20. 

Barbour. lI.Tbert l'.. lOI I'aso, Tex. Mns.saglng appa- 
ratus. 2,128,700; Aug. 30. 

Barbour Welling Company. (See Vizard, William C 
assignor. I 

Barbulesco, Ci>nslanlln D.. Dayton, Ohio. Ullralilgli fro- 
quencv marker beacon system. 2, 121,. '•33 ; July 26. 

Barbulesco, Constantin D., Haylon, Ohio. IVslilon In- 
dicator. 2,131,032; Sent, 27. 

Barcalo Mannfacturlng Company. (See VmIKiiu". Joseph 
M., assignor.) 

Barclay, Frank B.. I'hlcngo. 111. Supporllnn uuMlmnlsni 
for locomoliveH. 2.121,782; June 2,S. 

Barclay, John M.. Brooklyn, and J. B. Forl>i>», Mouni 
Vernon, asjdgnors to .\lco Products Incorporiitcil. New 
York. N. V. Ileal .•xrli.inger. 2.i:!.s. lOll : Nov •JO. 

Bnrolny, Kolierl 10., asHlgnor lo Federal ICleclrle Com- 
pany, Inc., Chicago, 111, (ianeouH conduction devlc<\ 
2,121,333; Juno 21, 
llanv, Wllllani W. (See riUKle, 11. J., Uarcy, and Furlll.) 

Barcy, WIIIIhmi W.. Pelrolt, !Micll, IIiinBcr, 2.120 .S28 ; 
June 14. 

Hord, Dale H.. Itrvan, (>hlo. Warm nlr funuic». 
2.100.870; Mar. 1. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS. 1938 



Bardaji, Teodoro B., Barcelona, Spain, assignor to J. M. 
Bragulat, New York, N. Y. Foldable bed. 2,124,602 ; 
July 26. 

Bardes, E. H., Range & Foundry Company, The. (See 
Hall, Ralph W., assignor.) 

Bardon, Donis M., Seattle, Wash. Fishline sinker. 
2,111,958 ; Mar. 22. 

Bardsley, Willard W., Providence, assignor to Wardwell 
Braiding Machine Company, Central Falls, K. I. Serv- 
ing apparatus. 2,118,136 ; May 24. 

Bardue, Howard B., deceased, by M. E. Bardue, adminis- 
tratrix, San Francisco, Calif. Reducing furnace. 
2,116,554 ; May 10. 

Bardue, Maude E., administratrix. (See Bardue, How- 
ard B.) 

Bardwell, Cecil, West Los Angeles, assignor to Motion 
Picture Electric Products, Los Angeles, Calif. Elec- 
trical connecter. 2.115,324 ; Apr. 26. 

Bardwell, Cecil, West Los Angeles, C. R. Erickson, and J. 
C. Rose, assignors to Motion Picture Electric Products, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Studio lamp. 2,109,056 ; Feb. 22. 

Bardwell, Dwight C, Syracuse, assignor to The Solvay 
Process Company, New York, N. Y. Producing a mix- 
ture of nitrogen and hydrogen. 2,135,695 ; Nov. 8. 

Bardwell, Dwight C, Syracuse, N. Y., and F. Portei", 
Prince George County, Va., assignors, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Solvay Process Company, New York, 
N. Y. Production of hydrogen. 2,116,993 ; May 10. 

Bardwell, Dwight C, and F. Porter, Syracuse, assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to The Solvay Process Company, 
New York, N. Y. Production of hydrogen. 2,135,693 ; 
Nov. 8. 

Bardwell, Dwight C, and F. Porter, Syracuse, assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to The Solvay Process Company, 
New York, N. Y. Production of hydrogen. 2,135,694 ; 
Nov. 8. 

Bare, Erwin L., assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,138,084 ; Nov. 29. 

Barea, Arnold J. (See Fish, J., and Barea.) 

Bareiss, Julius. (See Richter, M., and Bariess.) 

Barends, William, New York, N. Y. Forced feed draft 
equalizer. 2,104,504 ; Jan. 4. 

BarSnyi, ArpSd, Berlin-Steglitz, assignor to Voigtlander 
& Sohn Aktiengesellschaft. Brunswick, Germany. 
Photographic .shutter. 2.130,784; Sept. 20. 

Bares, Bohumil, Oakville, assignor to Scovill Manufactur- 
ing Company, Waterbury, Conn. Button positioning 
means and mechanism. 2,136,536 ; Nov. 15. 

Bares, Rudolph, assignor to Dixie Vortex Company, Chi- 
cago. 111. Dispensing mechanism. 2.139,433 ; Dec. 0. 

Bargdill, George E. L., Donnelsville, assignor to Robbins 
& Myers, Inc., Springfield, Ohio. Electric motor. 
2,120,321 ; June 14. 

Barge, George H., Jamaica, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson. N. J. Shoe last. 2,126,941 ; Aug. 16. 

Barge, William D., Pelham, N. Y. Soundproof building 
construction. 2,116,654; May 10. 

Bargeboer, Adolf, The Hague, Netherlands. Device for 
burning atomized liquid fuel. 2,120,387 ; June 14. 

Bargeboer, Adolf, The Hague, Netherlands. Atomizer for 
hydrocarbons. 2,120,388 ; June 14. 

Barish, Thomas, assignor to Marlin-Rockwell Corpora 
tion, Jamestown, N. Y. Seal for bearing mechanisms. 
2,118,027; May 24. 

Barish, Thomas, assignor to Marlin-Rockwell Corpora- 
tion, Jamestown, N. Y. Clutch bearing mechanism. 
2,121,418; June 21. 

Barium Stainless Steel Corporation. (See Bradford, 
William D., assignor.) 

Barjot, Henri, M. R., Paris, France. Direction signal for 
motor cars. 2,114,759 ; Apr. 19. 

P.arkdnll. Joseph P. (See Avery. H. A., and Barkdoll.) 

Barkeij, F. A. H. (See P-nrUeij, Jean A. H., assignor.) 

Barkeij, Jean A. H., Altadena, Calif., assignor to P. A. H. 
Barkeij, Malang, Java, Dutch East. Indies. Inlet mani- 
fold for internal combustion engines. 2,127,079 ; 
Aug. 16. 

Barker-Bland. Harrv, London, England. Cash register. 
2,108,400 : Feb. 15. 

Barker, Ernest L., Houston, Tex. Tubing head or 
hanger. 2,104,180 ; Jan. 4. 

Barker, Ernest L., Houston, Tex. Gravity feed automatic 
shut-off valve. 2,130.335 ; Sept. 20. 

Barker, Frederick W. and L. C, Pound Ridge, N. 1'., 
assignors of one-thiid to H. A. Ward. New Canaan, 
Conn. Stray grass cutter. 2,139,349 ; Dec. 6. 

Barker, Henry J., Upper Holloway, London, assignor of 
one-Iialf to Evans Concinnum Limited, London, England. 
Slachine for making cigarettes. 2.134,353 : Oct. 25. 

Barker, Jesse W., Geneva, N. Y. Cooking range. 
2,111,604 ; Mar. 22. 

Barker. Jesse W., Geneva, N. Y. Range. 2,121,473 ; 
June 21. 

Barker, Jesse W., Geneva, N. Y. Heat diffuser or baffle 
device. 2,136,666 ; Nov. 15. 

Barker, John A., Roseboro. and R. L. Dew, Clinton, N. C. 
Automobile safety switch. 2,104,689 ; Jan. 4. 

Barker, John L., White Plains, and H. A. Wilcox, Bronx- 
ville, assignor to Automatic Signal Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Timer. 2,127,080 ; Aug. 16. 

Barker, Lester C. (See Barker. Frederick W. and L, C.) 

Barker, Lyle M. (See Fowler, M. G., and Barker.) 

Barker, William T., Jr. (See Peiler, K. E., and Barker, 
Jr.) 



Barkes, Curtis, Western Springs, 111. Cord set for Christ- 
mas tree lights. il.llO 353 ; Mar. 8. 

Barkholt, Hans, Berlin-Halensee, assignor to Zahn & Co., 
G. m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Conserving pickling 
liquor. 2,118,802 ; May 31. 

Barkinsky, Aaron, and S. Yanofsky, Bronx, N. Y. Electric 
broiler. 2,135,318 ; Nov. 1. 

Barkley, Archiebald S., assignor to Barkley-Grow Aircraft 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Aerofoil structure. 
2,122,709 ; Juiy 5. 

Barkley, Earnest L., Jr. (See Snow, E. L., and Barkley.) 

Barkley-Grow Aircraft Corporation. (See Barkley, 
Archiebald S., assignor.) 

Barkley-Grow Aircraft Corporation. (See Stone, Morris 
J., assignor.) 

Barlow, Theodore W., Detroit, Mich. Safety electric 
control contactor. 2,133,160 ; Oct. 11. 

Barknowitz, Hans. (See Boon, A. A., Barknowitz, and 
Uitermark. ) 

Barks, Frank S., assignor to Lincoln Engineering Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Pumping apparatus. 2,122,020 ; 
June 28. 

Barling, B., & Sons. (See Barling, Walter W., assignor.) 

Barling, Walter W., assignor to B. Barling & Sons, Camden 
Town, London, England. Tobacco pipe, cigarette tube, 
and the like. 2,135,632 ; Nov. 8. 

Barlow, Edward H. (See Duncan, J. F., and Barlow.) 

Barlow, Isaac C, and R. A. Shields, Berwick, Pa., as- 
signors to American Car and Foundry Company, New 
York, N. Y. Venetian blind. 2,112,262 ; Mar. 29. 

Barlow, Lester P., Stamford, Conn. Bottle lock. 
2,110,285 ; Mar. 8. 

Barlow, Lester P., Stamford, Conn. Liquor dispenser 
register. 2,116,966 ; May 10. 

Barlow, Ralph L., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The Hinde 
and Dauch Paper Company, Sandusky, Ohio. Ravon 
cone container. 2,110,480 ; Mar. 8. 

Barlow, Sidney D., and P. Sussman, New York, N. Y. 
Marking implement. 2,106,046 ; Jan. 18. 

Barlow, William H., Middlebury, assignor to Scovill 
Manufacturing Company, Waterbury, Conn. Con- 
necter. 2,128,112 ; Aug. 23. 

Barman, Waldemar J., Los Angeles, Calif. Air conduit. 
2,108,159 : Feb. 15. 

Barm^, Friedrich, Wuppertal-Barmen, Germany. Iron an- 
nealing receptacle. 2,125,664 ; Aug. 2. 

Barmer Maschinenfabrik, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Vol- 
lenbroich, Theodor, assignor.) 

Barna, Joseph W., Chicago, 111. Lasting machine. 
2,133,942 ; Oct. 25. 

Barna, Nicolas, assignor of one-half to Soci^tS les Fils 
de Emile Salmson, Paris, France. Apparatus adapted 
for the propulsion of fluids. 2,124,901 ; July 26. 

Barnack, Oskar, assignor to Ernst Leitz Gr. m. b. H., 
Weltzlar, Germany. Photographic camera. 2,123.494; 
July 12. 

Barnard, Charles W., assignor to Kwikon Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Conduit connecter. 2,124,942 ; July 26. 

Barnard, Clarence R., assignor of one-half to L. L. 
Barnard, Terre Haute, Ind. Attachment for a disk 
carrying implement. 2,112,902 ; Apr. 5. 

Barnard, Daniel P., Jr.. assignor to Joseph A. Vogel 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Flushing apparatus. 
2,116,258 ; May 3. 

Barnard, Daniel P., IV., Hammond, Ind., assignor to 
Standard Oil Companv, Chicago, 111. Diesel fuel. 
2,125,875; Aug. 9. 

Barnard. Glen G.. Denver, Colo. Vending machine. 
2,133,525; Oct. 18. 

Barnard, Harold, Houston, Tex., assignor to Whitehead 
Brothers Rubber Companv. Trenton, N. J. Hose end 
structure. 2,122,126 ; June 28. 

Barnes, Harry W., assignor to Barnes Products Incorpo- 
rated, Detroit, Mich. Slicing machine. 2.123,396 ; 
July 12. 

Barnard, Henry R., Heston, England. Grass mowing ap- 
pliance. 2,126,441 ; Aug. 9. 

Barnard, Kenneth H., and A. F. McLean, Andover, as- 
signors to Pacific Mills, Lawrence. Mass. Method and 
material for preventing the tarnishing of silverware. 
2,136,483 ; Nov. 15. 

Barnard, Lillian L. (See Barnard, Clarence R., as- 
signor.) 

Barnard. Therides V., Omaha, Nebr. Corn popper. 
2,117,872 : May 17. 

Barnby, Herbert A., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Owens-II- 
linois Glass Company. Vacuum sealing machine. 
2,126,942 ; Aug. 16. 

Barnebl, August J., Chicago, assignor to Sweuson Evap- 
orator Company, Harvey, 111. Rotary filter. 2,120,455 ; 
June 14. 

Barner, Lawrence D. (See Araes, R. A., Barner, and 
Nelson.) 

Barnes, Albert M., Acton, London, assignor to Duro-Ray 
Limited, London, England. Manufacture of mirrors. 
2.113,977 ; Apr. 12. 

Barnes, Brown E., assignor to Electric Steel Foundry 
Company, Portland, Oreg. Repair link. 2,116,875 ; 
May 10. 

Barnes, Charles D., Long Beach, and M. T. Flaxman, 
Wilmington, assignors to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles, Calif. Dewaxing oils. 2,119,938 ; 
June 7. 

Barnes, Ciav T., Philadelphia, Pa. Detachable calk f(ir 
boots and shoes. 2,128,891 ; Sept. 6. 



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Barnes Drill Co. (See Johnson, Albert M., assignor.) 

Barnes Drill Co. (See Swfinson, Floyd A., assijinor. ) 

Barnes, Frank, Brookline, Mass. Ornamental device. 
2,120,456 ; June 14. 

Barnes, Frederick J. T., Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 
(Jlosure for liquid containers. 2,110,643 ; Mar. 8. 

Barnes, Frederick J. T., Brisbane, Australia. Pipe cou- 
plings. 2,114,366; Apr. 19. 

Barnes, Frederick J. T., Brisbane, Australia. Pipe fixing. 
2,116,957; May 10. 

Barnes, George. (See Drexler, J., and Bencsik.) 

Barnes-Gibson- Raymond, Inc. (See Young, James E., as- 
signor.) 

Barnes, Harold O., Louisville, ICy. Current interrupting 
plug or connecter. 2,110,255 ; Mar. 8. 

Barnes, Hope, executrix. (See Barnes, J. S., Guirl, and 
Svenson.) 

Barnes^ James C, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Direct 
reading hygrometer. 2,113,072 ; Apr. 5. 

Barnes, Joe L., assignor to L. R. MacKenzie, Incorporated, 
Des Moines, Iowa. Nozzle and making the same. 
2,130,173 ; Sept. 13. 

Barnes, John B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Hydro- 
carbon oil conversion. 2,107,269 ; Feb. 8. 

Barnes, John S., deceased, P. R. Guirl, and E. J. Svenson, 
H. Barnes, executrix of said J. S. Barnes, assignors to 
W. F. & John Barnes Company, Rockford, 111. Machine 
tool and control therefor. 2,114,284 ; Apr. 19. 

Barne.s, Llewellyn T., Hempstead, N. Y. Hydrocarbon 
vapor and air mixing device. 2,134,021 ; (5ct. 25. 

Barnes, Mabs R., Los Angeles, Calif. Body garment. 
2,125,482; Aug. 2. 

Barnes. Marlon W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heating of fluids. 2,111,380; 
Mar. 15. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heating of fluids. 2,129,900 ; 
Sept. 13. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment of hydrocarbon oils. 
2,140,278 ; Dec. 13. 

Barnes, Merritt S., Oneonta, N. Y. Lawn cleaning and 
fertilizing machinery. 2,105,803 ; Jan. 18. 

Barnes Products Incorporated. (See Barnes, Harry W., 
assignor.) 

Barnes, Stuart C, Detroit, Mich. Handle assembly 
escutcheon. 2,104,217 ; Jan. 4. 

Barnes, Thomas D., Newark, and W. G. Mylius, Summit, 
N. J., assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufac- 
turing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Blade terminal 
for meters. 2,125,060 ; July 26. 

Barnes, Thomas F., assignor to Cameo Corporation, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. Dispenser. 2,137,041 ; Nov. 15. 

Barnes, W. F. & John, Company. (See Barnes, J. S., 
Guirl, and Svenson, assignors.) 

Barnes, Walter C, Lake Bluff, and H. W. Keevil, High- 
land Park, 111. Method and apparatus for detecting 
flaws In metallic bodies. 2,109,455 ; Mar. 1. 

Barnes, William B., Indianapolis, Ind. Overspeed drive 
no back lockout. 2,100,905 ; Feb. 1. 

Barnes, William B., Indianapolis. Ind. Overdrive with 
sun gear release. 2,127,637; Aug. 23. 

Barnes, William B., Indianapolis, Ind. Overspeed drive 
control. 2,131,263; Sept. 27. 

Kiirnes, William I!., Indianapolis, Ind. Overdrive gearing. 
2,1.3!»,350; Dec. 0. 

Barnett, Arthur J., Buffalo, N. Y. Pocket shaper. 
2,104,111 ; Jan. 4. 

Barnett, George F., San Francisco, Calif. Studding socket. 
2,110,863; Mar. 16. 

Barnett, (iuy 1)., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,127,321 ; 

Aug. 10. 
Barnett, Herbert. (See Begun, S. J., Durst, and Barnett.) 
I'.ariielt, Herbert. (See Dnrst. I. F.. Begun, and I'.arnelt.) 
Barnett, Lawrence T. (See Giles. George A., assignor.) 
Barnett, Louis. (See Bagno, Samuel, assignor.) 
Barnett, Otto It. (S<!e Leray, (Justave, assignor.) 
Barnett, Walter, Leicester, England, assignor to United 

Shoe Macliinery (.'orporation, I'aterson, N. J. Shoe 

rack. 2,124,64,') ; July 20. 
P>arney, li'red H. (See Gourley, W. J., and Barney.) 
Barney, \Cvm\ If. (See Gourley, W. J., Barney, and 

(ioelirlng. ) 
Biiiiiey, Freeman. (See Lee, J. E., and Barnoy.l 
Itiirney, Freeman, aSHigiior to The ('liiilieiijje ^I!l(•iliMer,v 

(,'onipiiny, (Jrand Haven, Micli. Two liaiid safelv iever. 

2, 1. ■!.■(, .'■)26- Oct. 18. 
Harnhiprdl. .Tiieob ('. (See Fjewls, H. M., and liarnhardl.) 
Barnhart, George, Woodljiiry, N. J., and H. A. LubH, iis- 

slgiKirH (o 10. I. (hi I'onI de Nemours & ("ompaiiv, Wll 

mington, Del. Flaked Hiilpliur dye. 2,125,081 ; Aug. !). 
r.Mniliiirl. (Jeorge 10., I'uHadi'iia, Calif. CJoK dill). 

2,ll.'l,.%;!l ; .Inly 20. 
Il.iiiihart, (ieorge 10,, I'aMndena, ('.ilil'. Varliilile net inn 

luhular slmft. 2,120,717; Aug, 1(1. 
Iliirnhiiil, (;e()rg<' M., I'asiHli'liu, ('iilH'. (Inn inil 

2, 1 ;i.'-),I),^.!) ; Nov. «. 
ISiLinlnnt. (ieoige 10., PaHadena, Calif. 10xi)l(iHlve device. 

2,1, "I?, 130 ; Nov. 22. 
liarnhart, l'lilll|) M., WeHtfleld, MHslgnor tn W.-HlMiOd Itlvi-r 

I'npor C<)ini)iiny, Ini'., HiiHHell, SImhh. l'iii)er I'oiitlni; 

2,1l!l,nOH : June 7. 



Barnhart, Philip S., Westfield, assignor to Westfield River 
Paper Company, Inc., Russell, Mass. Coated paper. 
2,119,509 ; June 7. 

Barnhart, Vern A., Jester Lake, Blilton, N. J. Building 
device. 2,123,225 • July 12. 

Barnhart, Vern A., Jester Lake, Milton, N. J. Building 
unit. 2,138,015 ; Nov. 29. 

Barnhart, William S., North Fond du Lac, Wis. Fishing 
bobber. 2,128,899 ; Sept. 6. 

Barnitt, Jesse B. (See Arthur, F. C, and Barnitt.) 

Baron, Arthur S., et al. (See \'endope. Van L,, assignor.) 

Baron, Charles S., Tiffin, Ohio. Closure for receptacles. 
2,110,058 ; Mar. 1. 

Baron, Charles S., Tiffin, Ohio. Closure for receptacles. 
2,136,123 ; Nov. 8. 

Baron, Herman, San Salvador, El Salvador. Fountain 
pen. 2,127,385 ; Aug. 16. 

Barothy, Charles F., Hinsdale, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Mak- 
ing fabricated articles. 2,116,555 ; May 10. 

Barr, Clarence D., and D. O. Holmes, assignors to Ameri- 
can Cast Iron Pipe Company, Birmingham, Ala. Hot 
blast cupola. 2,104,393 ; Jan. 4. 

Barr, Glen G., Union City, Ind., and A. H. Kirchner, 
Washington, D. C, assignors to Backstay Welt Company, 
Union City, Ind. Fender welt. 2,105,397 ; Jan. 11. 

Barr, Henry T. (See Sweeney, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Barr, John L., Chevy Chase, Md. Device for facilitating 
movement of steering wheels. 2,140,493 ; Dec. 20. 

Barr, John L., Chevy Chase, Md., and M. M. Overman, 
Washington, D. C. ; said Overman assignor to said Barr. 
Device for facilitating the turning of steering wheels. 
2,110,256 ; Mar. 8. 

Barr, Lester S., Washington, D. C. Golf tee. 2,121,113 ; 
June 21. 

Barr and Stroud Limited. (See French, James W., as- 
signor.) 

Barr, Walter A., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Koppers 
Company. Automatic control apparatus. 2,137,222 ; 
Nov. 22. 

Barraja-Frauenfelder, Joseph, Swarthmore, assignor to 
Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company, Chester, Pa. 
Internal-combustion engine. 2,120,660 ; June 14. 

Barratt, Arthur C, York Township, York County, Ontralo, 
Canada- Vehicle wheel. 2,104,112 ; Jan. 4. 

Barrel Fitting & Seal Corporation of America. (See 
Schwartz. Morris, assignor.) 

Barrett, Adolph, and L. Hirschhorn, New York, N. Y. Re- 
enforced porcelain tooth crown. 2,105,398 • Jan. 11. 

Barrett, Berton A., Manila, P. I., and G. E. Perreault, 
Bronxville, N. Y., assignors to Wagner Electric Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Brake mechanism. Ke. 
20,733 ; May 24. 

Barrett Company, The. (See Allingham, Ralph R., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Anderton, Benjamin A., 
assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Bailey, Henry H., assignor.) 

Barrett CoiiU)any, The. (See By water, Wilfred M., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett CJompany, The. (Sec Canavan, Edward J., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Clompany, Tlie. (See Drewsen, Pierre, assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Eckert, Clarence K., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett (Jompany, Tlie. (See Hamlin, Marston L., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Kennev, John A., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Miller, Stuart P., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Miller, Stuart P., assignor.) 

Barrett (Jompany, The. (See Jliller, S. P., and Hamlin, 
assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See I'earl, John W., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Penley, I>enjainin S., as- 
signor.) 

i'.aiicll Company, The. (See Sutherland, Leslie T., as- 
signor.) 

r.iirrell ('onii>any. The. (See WlttonberR, Iicster, as- 
signor.) 

li.'irrett Company, The. (See Ycager, Prank W., assignor.) 

r.arrelt, Conrad F.. Anthony, N. Mex. Fishing Inro. 
2,133,884 ; Oct. 18. 

I'.aiietl, lOihvard, Des Moines, Iowa. Package delivering 
a|ip;nalns. 2. I0S.;!02 ; Feb. I."i. 

Itarrelt, Edward L., La (irange, assignor to Utah Kadlo 
I'rodncl.s ('(inipMiiy, Chicago, 111. Circuit controlling 
device. 2, 107, SIS ; Feb. S. 

liarrell. lOdwaril L., La Grange, assignor to Utah Itndio 
Products Conipanv. ('hieago, 111. vibratory motor de- 
vice. 2,120,273; Juno M. 

r.aniMI. lOdward 1,., I.a Grange, aNslgnor to Utah Hadlo 
I'roiliui.s CoiMpan.v, Clileago. 111. Milking and as 
Kenibliiig laminated structures and iipparntus therefor. 
2,121,S.''>1 ; .Inin' 2S. 

Hiirrell, IO<l\VMrd L., La Grange, aSHlgnor to I'tnll Kaillo 
I'nxInelH Company, Chicago, 111. Kleclrlo motor. 
2.I21.S.''.2 ; Jniw 2.S. 

Itarretl. lOilwnrd It., Detroit, MIcli., aHHlgiior to (Jnr 
Wood InduHtrleH, Inc. UydrMiilIc lift. 2,110,(132; 
June 7. 

I'.arrett. lOlllolt P., I'lttHliurgli. Pa,, aHNlKUor to We8leni 
lOleeiile t'onipuny, Iiieor|iorntod, Ni'W York. N, Y. 
lOleiiil.' iiildii iind nnmuriieinrlng It. 2,r-l,l>t2; .liino 



44 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Barrett, George J., and S. Robicbaux, Houston, Tex. Well- 
boring apparatus. 2,105,722 ; Jan. 18. 
Barrett, George J., and S. Roblcbaux, Houston, Tex. 

Drill. 2,135,024; Nov. 1. 
Barrett, George J., et al. (See Cutrer, C. C, and Brous- 

sard, assignors.) 
Barrett, H. B., Company. (See Barrett, Harry B., as- 
signor.) 
Barrett, Harold J., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Ester intercbange process. 2,109,877 ; Mar. 1. 
Barrett, Harold J., and D. E. Strain, assignors to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Esters of methacrylic acid. 2,129,662 ; Sept. 13. 
Barrett, Harold .T., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

& Company, Wilminglton, Del. Esters of methacrylic 

acid. 2,129,663 ; Sept. 13. 
Barrett, Harold J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

B. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 

Del. Moistureproofing process and product produced 

therefrom. 2,137,636 ; Nov. 22. 
Barrett, Harold J., and D. E. Strain, assignors to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Esters of methacrylic acid. 2,129,664 ; Sept 13. 
Barrett, Harold .T., and D. E. Strain, assignors to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Esters of methacrylic acid. 2,129,065 ; Sept. 13. 
Barrett, Harold .1., and D. E. Strain, assignors to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Esters of methacrylic acid. 2,129,666 ; Sept. 13 ; 
Barrett, Harold J., and D. E. Strain, assignors to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours c& Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Esters of methacrylic acid. 2,129,667 ; Sept. 13. 
Barrett, Harold .1., and D. E. Strain, assignors to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Ester of methacrylic acid. 2,129,668 ; Sept. 13. 
Barrett, Harry B., St. Louis, Mo. Brake gauge. 

2,124,603 ; July 26. 
Barrett, Harry B., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to H. B. Bar- 
rett Company, Ltd., Los Angeles, Calif. Brake-relining 

machine. 2,109,327 ; Feb. 22. 
Barrett, James H., Okmulgee, Okla. Toy mule. 

2,1.33,043; Oct. 25. 
Barrett, Joseph M., East Cleveland, Ohio. Humidity and 

air cooling machine. 2,106,560; Jan. 25. 
Barrett, Ray W., assignor to S. R. Bowen Co., Huntington 

Beach, Calif. Inside casing cutter. 2,117,594 ; May 17. 
Barrett, William H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Leather 

Designs Incorporated. Boston, Mass. Decorating and 

decorated leather. 2,130,221 • Sept. 13. 
Barrett, William H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Leather 

Designs Incorporated, Boston, ]\Iass. Decorating 

leather. 2,130,222; Sept. 13. 
Barrey, Etienne, Nanterre, France. Manufacturing dry 

rectifiers. 2,139,791 ; Dec. 13. 
Barrington, John W., Baldvsrin, and M. White, assignors 

of ten per cent to J. P. Canfield, Brooklyn, N. Y., and 

10 per cent to P. S. McLean, Bloomfield, N. J. Door 

lock. 2,131,033 ; Sept. 27. 
Barrington, V. N. (See Waters, Harry F., assignor.) 
Barrner, Jacob E., Camden, N. J., assignor to Electrolux, 

Inc., New York, N. Y. Suction nozzle. 2,131,548 ; 

Sept. 27. 
Barron, Arthur S., et al. (See Pollard, John H., as- 
signor.) 
Barron, Charles A. and H. D., Preston, England. 

Wire-drawing machine. 2,127,989 ; Aug. 23. 
Barron, Edward T., Minneapolis, Minn. Attachment for 

automobile mirrors. 2,118,962 ; Jlay 31. 
Barron, Herbert D. (See Barron, Charles A. and H. D.) 
Barron, Joseph M., Port Arthur, Tex., assignor to The 

Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Conversion of hy- 
drocarbon oils. 2.130,313; Sept. 13. 
Barron, Ray, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Exhaust muffler. 

2,12] ,242; June 21. 
Barron, William L., Laurence Harbor, assignor to The 

Singer ^Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Brake device for sewing machines. 2,127,281 : Aug. 16. 
Barros, ]{amon, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Revolver. 

2.i:.3„92'2 : Apr. 12. 
Barrow, Max, I5oston, Mass. Roller screen construction. 

2,138,564 : Nov. 29. 
BarrowSj Donald S., assignor to The Ryniington-Oould 

Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 

2,108,302; Feb. 15. 
Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 

Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 

2,109,126; Feb. 22. 
Barrows, Don.ald S., assignor to The Symington Gould 

Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Dust guard for journal 

boxes. 2,114,662 ; Apr. 19. 
Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 

Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 

2,132,381 : Oct. 11. 
Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 

Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 

2,132,382; Oct. 11. 
Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Svmington-Gould 

Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Journal box. 2,134,499 ; 

Oct. 25. 
Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 

Corporation, Rochester, N. T. Railway truck. 

2,132,383; Oct. 11. 



Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 

2.132.384 ; Oct. 11. 
Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 

Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 

2.132.385 ; Oct. 11. 
Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 

Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 

2.132.386 ; Oct. 11. 
Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 

Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 

2.132.387 ; Oct. 11. 
Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 

Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway vehicle spring. 
2,137,151 ; Nov. 15. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 
2,139,434 : Dec. 6. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Gould Coupler Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Cushion- 
ing mechanism. 2,141,680 ; Dec. 27. 

Barrows, W. A., Porcelain Enamel Company. (See Lang, 
Samuel G., 3rd, assignor.) 

Barry, Cornelius J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Superior 
Plating Works. Handle bar. 2,133,010 ; Oct. 11. 

Barry, Edward H. (See Frankel, E. M., and Barry.) 

Barry, Garrett J., Toledo, Ohio. Mail crane and operat- 
ing the same. 2,135,272 ; Nov. 1. 

Barry, Paul, Essen-Ruhr, Germany. Stuffing box pack- 
ing. 2,132,010; Oct. 4. 

Barry, Pearl, and W. Wilds, Butte, Mont. Clothes drier. 
2,128,892 ; Sept. 6. 

Barry, William A., Houston, Tex. Sharpening device. 
2,141,850 ; Dec. 27. 

Barsch, Guillaume, Paris, Fra ace, assignor to Industrie 
A. G. Allegro, Einmenbrucke, Switzerland. Device for 
sharpening safety razor blades. 2,119,264 ; May 31. 

Rarsch, Guillaume, Paris, France, assignor to Industrie 
A. G. Allegro, Emmenbrucke, Switzerland. Knife 
sharpening device. 2,124,646 ; July 20. 

r.arsi, James E., Newark, N. J., assignor to Anheuser- 
Busch, Inc., St. Louis, Mo. Merchandise display appa- 
ratus. 2,108,006 ; Feb. 15. 

Barsky, George, New York, N. Y. Preparing an oil var- 
nish. 2,121,334; June 21. 

Barsky, George, New York, N. Y., assignor to Wecoline 
Products, Inc., Boonton, N. J. Making a synthetic tea- 
seed oil. 2,126,527 ; Aug. 9. 

Barsky, George, New York, N. Y., G. Klinkenstein, Maple- 
wood, C. Rohleder, Newark, N. J., and C. F. Silleck, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., assignors to C. J. Osborne Co., New 
York, N. Y., and Maas & Waldstein Co., Newark, N. J. 
Pigmented composition. 2.106,447 ; Jan. 25. 

Barsky, George, New York, N. Y., and S. S. Gutkin, Irv- 
ington, N. J. ; said Gutkin assignor to said Barsky. 
Making a varnish base. 2,121,335 ; June 21. 

Barsky, George, New York, N. Y., and W. C. Hansen, 
Westfield, N. J., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Coloring coal. 2,129,902 ; Sept. 
13. 

Bart, Blasius, East Orange, N. J. High pressure tank. 
2,127,712 ; Aug. 23. 

Bartek, John S., assignor to Consolidated Machine Tool 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Cutter clamping mech- 
anism. 2,104,604 ; Jan. 4. 

Bartek, John S., assignor to Consolidated Machine Tool 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Thread forming chaser 
supporting and ad.lusting means. 2,119.036 ; May 31. 

Bartel, Harry H. (See Bagley, W. B., and Bartel.) 

Bartels, Bernhard. (See Schleede, A., and Bartels.) I 

Bartels. Frederick C., Detroit, Mich. Paiwr retainer. 
2,110,947 ; Mar. 15. 

Bartels, Hans, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft fUr 
Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Va- 
riable amplifier. 2,128,553 ; Aug. 30. 

Bartels, Hans, assignor to Tolefiinken Gesellschaft ffir 
Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. II., Berlin, Germany. Push- 
pull amplifipr. 2.138.898 : Dec. 6. 

Bartels, Reinhard B., Marblehead, Mass. Shoe shank 
stiffener and securing it to a sole member. 2,129,556 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Bartelstone, Irving, assignor to A. L. and S. Krakovltz, 
Philadelphia, and F. ICrakovitz, Drexel Hill, Pa. Deco- 
rative display and making the same. 2,125.865 ; Aug. 9. 

Bartgis, Charles P., Chatham, N. J., a.ssignor to Bell ■ 

Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Testing apparatus. 2,]08.6.''>7 ; Feb. 15. 

Barth, Paul, assignor to Demag Aktiengesellschaft, Duis- 
burg, Germany. Rolling mill. 2,120,539 ; June 14. 

Barth, Walther, and H. H. Duerr, assignors to Agfa 
Ansco Corporation, Binghamton, N. Y. High speed 
infrared film. 2.134,546 ; Oct. 25. 

BarthSlemy, Ren6, Fontenay aux Roses, assignor to Com- 
pagnie pour la Fabrication des Compteurs et Materiel 
d'Usines a Gaz, Montrouge, France. Device for con- 
trolling cathode beams. 2,105,177 : Jan. 11. 

Barthell, Edward E. (See Pocell, Fred, assignor.) 

Barthelines, Fritz. (See Walther, F., and Bartholmes.) 

Barthelmess, Emil. (See Falkenstein, E., and Barthel- 
mess.) 

Barthlome, Alfred J., Jr., Hondo, Tex. Hand shield. 
2,115,477 ; Apr. 26. 

Bartholomew, Edward L., Marblehead, Mass., assignor to 
The Turner Tanning Machinery Company, Portland, 
Orcg. Making helical blades. 2,132,373 ; Oct. 4. 



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Bartholomew, Howard W., Pottstown, Pa., assignor to 
Doeliler Die Casting Coinijuny, Tolerto, Ohio. Milling 
machine. Re. 20.893 ; Ort. 2.5. 

Bartholomew, James H., Warsaw, N. Y. Automatic lev- 
eling system for elevators. 2,125,876 ; Aug. 9. 

Bartholomew, Jess M., Michigan City, Ind., assignor to 
Sullivan Machinery Company. Pumping mechanism. 
2,134,693 ; Nov. 1. 

Bartholowskv, Johannes. Los Angeles, Calif. Extensible 
camping trailer. 2,127,580 ; Aug. 23. 

Bartlett, Amos C, Braintrco, and M. S. Leonard, Hyde 
Pari;, Boston, assignors to B. F. Sturtevant Company, 
Boston, Mass. Centrifugal fan. 2,113,391 ; Apr. 5. 

Bartlett, C. J., et al. (See Wallers, A. L., and Hendrick, 
assignors.) 

Bartlett, Jeffrey H., and A. H. Gleason, Elizabeth, N. J., 
assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. Pour 
inhibitor and manufacturing the same. 2,135,044 ; 
Nov. 1. 

Bartlett, John N., Tonawanda, N. Y. Amusement ap- 
paratus. 2,107,196; Feb. 1. 

Bartlett, John N., Tonawanda, N. Y. Amusement ap- 
paratus. 2,109,041 ; Feb. 22. 

Bartlett, O. J., et al. (See Guthrie, Andrew J., as- 
signor.) 

Bartlett, William J., South Euclid, assignor to The Elec- 
tric Heat Control Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Testing 
apparatus. 2.118.137; May 24. 

Bartmann & Blxer Inc. (See Meyer, Charles, assignor.) 

Bartmess, Rex M., Elkhart, Ind. Display device. 
2,115,937 ; May 3. 

Bartol, George E., Jr., Wynnewood, Pa., assignor to C. 
Howard Hunt Pen Company, Camden, N. J. Manu- 
facture of pen points. 2,121,542 ; June 21. 

Barton, Ben D., a.«signor to American Steam Pump Com- 
pany, Battle Creek. Mich. Governor for firo-pump ap- 
paratus. 2,126,803 ; Aug. 10. 

Barton Corporation, The. (See Labisky, Arthur H., as- 
signor.) 

Barton, Frederick C, Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Phonograph turntable driving 
mechanism. 2,106,710 ; Feb. 1. 

liarton, Gilbert C. (See Alien. G. M., and Barton.) 

Barton, James B. (See Smith, W., Hall, and Barton.) 

Barton, James P., Edwardsville, 111. Concrete key strip 
support. 2,114,328 ; Apr. 19. 

Barton, Joseph M., Atliol, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation. Paterson, N. J. Heel-attach- 
ing machine. 2,133,372; Oct. 18. 

Barton, Larry J., assignor to Clorox Chemical Co., Oak- 
land. C!i)if. Ventod stnnnor. 2,132,598: f>ct. 11. 

Barton, Loy E., Colllngswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio receiver apparatus. 
2,111,381 ; Mar. 15. 

Barton, Lo^ K., Collinfjswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio receiver. 2,112,686 ; 
Mar. 29. 

Barton, Loy E., Colllngswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of Anicriea. Remote control apparatus. 
2,112,087 ; Mar. 29. 

Barton, I^oy E., Colling.swood, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, New 
York, N. Y. Intermedin tn frequency amplifier. 
2.133,795; Oct. 18. 

Barton, Loy 10.. Colllngswood, N. J., assignor to Philco 
Radio and Television Corporation, I'liiladelphia, Pa. 
Dolcctor circuit. 2,141,338; Dec. 27. 

Barton, Paul D. (See Banks, D. B., and Barton.) 

Barton, I'.-uil D., Scarsdale, N. Y., as.signor, l)y mesne 
aRaigninciils. to Sun Oil Company, I'liiliulclphia, Pa. 
Dowaxing liydrocarbon oils. 2,133.338; Oct. 18. 

Barlon, Kaviiioiul L., Ijos Angeles, Ciilil'. Method of 
and inejiiis for bril.-ing. 2 1:'.0 5:i3 : Sejjt, 20. 

Barton, Warren TI., Staten Island, N. Y. Mounting for 
reflector buttons or the like. 2,131,361 ; Sept. 27. 

Barton, William K. (See Pntti.'ion. H. J., and Barton.) 

Bartow, lOdward, and W. W. Walker. Iow;i Citv, lown. 
Maiinracture of I-lnosltol. 2.112,553; Mar. 29. 

Bartram, (Miarles 10., Kansas City, Mo. Rolled stock 
holder. '>.in<)0!l7; I'Vti 22 

Bartram, Thomas W., NItro, W. Va., nsslgnor, by mesne 
asslgnmentH, to Monsanto Chemical Company, St. Louis, 
Mo. Mineral oil composition and treating same. 
2.111,306 ; Mar. IS. 

Bartram, TliomaR W., NItro, W. Va., assignor, by mesne 
aHHignmentH, to Monsanto Chemical Company, St. 
Louis, Mo. Mineral oil compoHltlon. 2,111,307; Mar. 
15. 

Bililseli, A\'iilter, Kren/.borg, ICerzers. SwU'/erlnnd. Mul- 
tiple iiK-rcury coiilnct device. 2,130,874; Nov. Ifi. 

BarlNcli, Waller, assignor to "Wlstra" Ofeiihau Gesell- 
Hcliiift Ml. Ii. II. lOsseii, (lerniany. Kllt<'r conlrlvMnce 
for' the removal of InipurltlcH from giiseoiis or liquid 
itK'dln. 2. 121), 985 ; Sept. 13. 

It.'irliiNch, Alexander P.. Lockport, N. Y. Drawing iiiHtru- 
iiieiit. 2,106,39ft; Jan, 25. 

Marl-/,, I'Vank. (See Vrlel, Joseph, nsslgnor.) 

Itarueli, Milton, Loa Angeles, Cnllf. Ll(|illd purifier. 
2,1 1 0.3 IK : Mar. 8. 

liariicli, Milton, Low Angeles, and R. E. Phillips. Vli'w 
park, Calif, Air condltlonlnit apparalUH. 2,1.7,581 ; 
Aug. 23. 

Banich, Milton, Loh AligeloH. and R. E. PlillllpH, View- 
park, Cnllf. Air condltlonInK mi-thod. 2,127,5.S2 ; 
.Aug. 23. 



Baruch, Sydney N., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Nortron Patents Corp., New York, N. Y. Power trans- 
lating apparatus. 2,113,392 ; Apr. 5. 

Barwick, lOmerson C, Pinner, England, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Control of electric motors. 
2,122,273 ; June 28. 

Barwood, Leon J., Cambridge, Mass. Lobster claw lock. 
2,108.327 ; Feb. 15. 

Barwood, Leon J.. Cambridge, Mass. Film cut-out. 
2.134.392: Oct. 25. 

Barwood, Leon J., Cambridge, Mass. Lobster-claw lock. 
2,130,484 ; Nov. 15. 

Barwood, Leon J., Cambridge, Mass. Lobster-claw lock. 
2,138,051 ; Nov. 29. 

Bary, Victor A., London, England. Lubricated axle bear- 
ing. 2,118,138 ; May 24. 

Bary, Victor, A., London, England, assignor to W. Pey- 
inghaus, trading as Eisen-und Stahlwerk Walter Peying- 
haus, Egge, near Volmarstein, Ruhr, Germany. Lubri- 
cating means for bearings. 2,132,890 ; Oct. 11. 

Bary, Woldemar A. (See Skidelsky, Nina, and Bary.) 

Bascom, Henry M., Brooklyn, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Signaling 
system. 2,138,565 ; Nov. 29. 

Basel, Georg, and E. Schaeffer, Burghausen, Obb., as- 
signors to Dr. Alexander Wacker Gesellschaft fur Elek- 
trochemische Industrie, G. m. b. H., Munich, Germany. 
Producing tetrachlorethvlene. 2.139.219; Dec. 6. 

r.nsel, George J., Cleveland, Ohio. Flexible door pull and 
arm rest for automobiles. 2,111,059 ; Mar. 15. 

Basel, George J., Cleveland, Ohio, t'lr.'vible door jnill and 
hand assist for an automobile. 2.130,410; Seiit. 20. 

Baselt, Walter H. (See Walcher, E. A., and Baselt.) 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Brake arrangement. 2.113.958: Apr. 12. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Clasp brake. 2,114,952 ; Apr. 19. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Feimdries, 
Chicago, 111. Clasp brake. 2,114,953 ; Apr. 19. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Clasp brake. 2,118.753; May 24. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Light weight brake beam. 2,122,081 ; 
June 28. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Unit cylinder clasp brake. 2,129,603 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Brake arrangement. 2,133,242; Oct. 11. 

Baselt, Walter II., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Brake arrangement. 2,133,243 ; Oct. 
11. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Brake arrangement. 2,135,120 ; Nov. 1. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Brake arrangement. 2,135,121 ; Nov. 1. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, III. Clasp brake. 2,135,438 ; Nov. 1. 

Basford, G. M., Company. (See Warwick, Harold L., as- 
signor.) 

Bash, Francis 10., Morristown, assignor to Driver-Harris 
CJompany, Harrison, N. J. Manutacture of radio lubes. 
2,115,759 ; May 3. 

Basham, Walter N. (See Cox, Raymond E., assignor.) 

Basliara. Samuel F., Houston, Tox. Slip. 2.134,408 ; 
Oct. 25. 

Basil, Stephen T., New York, N. Y. Dental instrument. 
2,125,980; Aug. 9. 

Basile, Josepli. New York, assignor to Greonpoint Metallic 
Bed Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Bed structure. 
2,123,320: July 12. 

Basim, Donald, Washington, D. C, assignor, by mesn* 
assignments, to Bendix Radio Corpora I I(mi. New York, 
N. Y. Oscillation generator. 2.111,086; Mar. 15. 

BasUin. Cliailis ,M.. 'r.iroiilo, (ditario. t'aiiMiIa. assignor to 
St.'ind.ird Oil Develoi)ment Company. Production of hot 
mix cold laid bituminous pavements. 2. 101. -110 ; Jan. 4. 

BasUin. Cluirles M., Toronto, Ont.'irio. (^anad.a. assignor 
to Standard Oil Di'vi>lopmeiit Company. Producing a 
hot mix. cold laid p:n iiii: mixture 2.101,111 : Jan. 4. 

Baskin, Salem N. (See lOdlson, Sylvan M., assignor.) 

Basler, George T., Louisville, Kv. Mechanical movement. 
2,1t)6,787 : Feb. 1. 

Basciuln, Oliii II. (See Haegelo. O. P., and Hasqiiln.) 

B!is<|uln. Olin II., Evanston, and O. P. llaegele, assignors 
to Streeler Amct Comiiany. Weighing apparatus. 
2.13l,6.><3 ; Sept. 27. 

Bass. John M., Lubbock, Tex. Reinforcement. 2,10n,280 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Bass, Sh.'iller I,. (See Brltton, E. C, and Bass.) 

Bass, Slialler L. (See Brltton, 10. C, Bass, and ITallon- 

qulsl) 

Bass, Slialler I*. (Sec Van Duzpp, K. M., and Bass.) 

IhiHR, Slialli'r li.. aMHignor to The Dow Cheiiilcal Company, 
Midland, Mich. Organic phospliali's. 2,II7,2S3; Miiy 
17. 

Bmmm. Shaller L., and E. M. Van Du/,ee. as.slgnorn to The 
Dow Chemical Compiinv, MbllMiid. Mich .Aralkvl ethers 
of NUbslltnted phenolH. 2. 101). I.'>n ; Mar. 1. 

ItiiNH. Slialler I... and 10. M. Van Hu/ee. nsslcnors to The 
Dow Cliemlciil Conipniiv, MIdlnnd. Mich. AralUyl 
etIierH of HuliHtltuled plieiiola, 2, 101), -IS": Mnr. 1. 

llnKH. Slialler I... iin<l 10. M \iin Du/.ee, iiNslgiiorH to The 
liow Cliemlciil Company, MIdlnnd, Mich. Anilkyl 
elliei-H of Mcyl ptienolH. 2,109,108; Mar. 1. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Bass, Shailer L., and E. M. Van Duzee, deceased, by C. 
H. Macomber, administrator, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Aralkyl ethers. 
2 121 723 * June 21. 

Bass, s'haile'r L., and E. M. Tan Duzee, deceased, by C. 
H. Macomber, administrator, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Aralkyl ethers of 
ethvl-phenol compounds. 2.121,724 ; June 21. 

Bass, Shailer L., and E. M. Van Duzee, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Aralkyl 
ether esters. 2,128,901 ; Sept. 6. 

Bass, Shailer L., and E. M. Van Duzee, deceased, by 
C. H. Blacomber, administrator, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Aralkyl ethers of 
hydroxy benzoates. 2,128,902 ; Sept. 6. 

Basseches, Jacob T. (See Minassian, Fredric S., as- 
signor.) 

Bassett, Charles W. (See Dootson, Norman L., assignor.) 

Bassett, Cyrus W., Montclair, assignor to Elevator Sup- 
plies Co., Inc., Hoboken, N. J. Sensitive door edge 
structure. 2,135,131 ; Nov. 1. 

Bassett, Francis P. (See Blaylock, R. C, Bassett, CSiild, 
and Osborn.) 

Bassett, Joseph A., North Fork, Nev. Sheet material 
cutter. 2,121.681 ; June 21. 

Bassett, Robert S., Buffalo, N. Y. Water meter. 
2,108,42-5 ; Feb. 15. 

Bassett, Robert S., Buffalo, N. Y. Water meter piston. 
2,109,916 ; Mar. 1. 

Bassett, Robert S., Buffalo, N. Y. Device for metering 
liquids. 2,116,592 ; May 10. 

Bassett, Walter E., Grand Rapids. Mich. Gear shifting 
mechanism. 2,116,692 ; May 10. 

Bassett, William H., Jr., Scarsdale, and A. A. Jones, 
Hastings on Hudson, assignors to Anaconda Wire & 
Cable Company, New York, N. Y. Joining wires. 
2,113,228 : Apr. 5. 

Bassett, William W., Pawtucket, R. I., assignor to A. B. 
Carter, Incorporated, Gastonia, N. C. Traveler. 

2.111.544 : Mar. 22. 

Bassett, William W., Pawtucket, R. I., assignor to A. B. 
Carter. Incorporated, Gastonia, N. C. Traveler. 

2.111.545 : JIar. 22. 

Bassford.Henrv H., Jr., Naugatuck, Conn., assignor to 
United States Rubber Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Manufacture of hydroxy amino compounds. 2,132,454 ; 
Oct. 11. 

Bassford, Henry H., Jr., Naugatuck, Conn., assignor to 
United States Rubber Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Preparing hvdroxvlamiue derivatives of cyclic com- 
pound.';. 2,3 38,890 : Dec. 6. 

Bassick Company, The. (See Claud-Mantle, Arthur, as- 
signor. ) 

Bassick Company, Tlie. (See Herold, Walter F., assignor.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Pope, Dudley E., assignor.) 

Bassick Company, The (See Sai'gent, Frank P., as- 
signor.) 

Bassin, Charles S., Newton, assignor to New England 
Theatres, Inc., Bo.ston, Mass. Film wiper. 2,139,537 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Bassler, Karl, Attleboro, Mass., assignor to American 
.Jewelry Chain Company. Key holder. 2,138,994 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Bast, Frank J., deceased. Queens Village, by K. Bast, 
executrix, assignor to Charles J. Tagliabue Mfg. Co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Refrigerator controller. 2,115,677 ; 
Apr. 26. 

Bast, Frank J., deceased, by K. Bast, executrix. Queens 
Village, New York, and R. A. F. Sandberg, Brooklyn, 
assignors to C. J. Tagliabue Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, N. Y, 
Apparatus for maintaining selected differential values. 
2,128.176 ; Aug. 23. 

Bast, Frank j.. Queens Village, assignor to Charles J. 
Tagliabue Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Adjustable con- 
trol for refrigerators. 2,131,161 ; Sept. 27. 

Bast, Katherine. executrix. (See Bast, Frank J., as- 
signors.) 

Bastas, Kostas, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Container for 
confection.'^. 2,119,148; May 31. 

Bastian-Blessiug Company, Tlie. (See Levin gs, Sher- 
burne D., assignor.) 

Bastian-P.lessing Company, The. (See Oldhaver, Homer 
W.. assignor.) 

Bastian-Blessing Company, The. (See Seitz, Dean C, as- 
signor.) 

Bastian Brothers Company. (See Brown, Frank J., as- 
signor.) 

Bastian Brothers Company. (See Mitchel, Charles F., 
assignor.) 

Bata. Jan A., Zlin, Czechoslovakia. Shoe and boot making 
machine. 2,116,819 ; May 10. 

Batclielder. Clifton T., Haverhill, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Macliinerv Corporation. Paterson, N. J. Perforat- 
ing machine. 2.123,875 : July 19. * 

Batchelder, George W., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. 
Production of dimers of polvhydric alcohols. 2.110,695 ; 
Miir. 8. 

Batchelder, Howard R. (See Kuentzel, W. E., Geissman, 
and Batchelder.) 

Batchelder, Howard R., Hammond, and W. E. Kuentzel, 
Whiting, Ind., assignors to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Production of improved lubricating oil's. 
2,111,831 ; Mar. 22. 



Batchelder, Nelson A., Welland, Ontario, Canada. Yarn 

dyeing, dressing, and loom beaming. 2,108,188 ; Feb. 

15. 
Batchelder, Nelson A., Welland, Ontario, Canada. Sizing 

vat. 2,108,189 ; Feb. 15. 
Batchelder, Nelson A., Welland, Ontario, Canada. Dve- 

ing machine. 2,108,190 ; Feb. 15. 
Batchelder, Nelson A., West Barrington, R. I. Loom gov- 
ernor. 2,119,413 ; May 31. 
Batchell, George W., Toledo, Ohio. Framed glazing unit. 

2.130.831 : Sept. 20. 
Batcheller, Clements, Portsmouth, N. H. Roofing or 

sheet product. 2,122,192 ; June 28. 
Batcheller, Clements, Portsmouth, N. H. Acoustical and 

fire resistant composition fiber insulating board. 

2,140,195 ; Dec. 13. 
Batcheller, Clements, Glens Falls, N, Y. Making wall 

tile sheets. 2,140,196 ; Dec. 13. 
Batcheller, Clements, Glens Falls, N. Y. Synthetic marble 

sheet and forming same. 2,140,197 : Dec. 13. 
Batcheller, Clements, Glens Falls, N. Y., assignor to 

Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Sign or license plate. 2,140,067 ; Dec. 13. 
Batcheller, Clements, Glens Falls, and F. Heft, Troy, 

N. Y., assignors to Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corpora- 
tion. Wall. 2,141,946 ; Dec. 27. 
Batcheller, Hugh W., Waltham, assignor to Standard 

Mfg. Co., Worcester, Mass. Telltale electric switch. 

2,109,790 ; Mar. 1. 
Batcheller, Hugh \V., Waltham, assignor to Standard 

Mfg. Co., Worcester, Mass. Rheostat. 2,113,366; 

Apr. 5. 
Batchelor, Clyde S. (See Bockius, C, Batchelor, and 

Cook.) 
Batchelor, John C, New York, N. Y. Electrooptical 

method and apparatus. 2,113,473 ; Apr. 5. 
Batchelor, John C, New York, N. Y. Forming a fluores- 
cent screen. 2,119,309 ; May 31. 
Batchelor, John C, New York, N. Y. Electronic tube. 

2.124.224 ; July 19. 

Batchelor. John C., New York. N. Y. Luminescent screen. 

2.124.225 : July 19. 

Batchelor, John C, New York, N. Y. Florescent struc- 
ture. 2,125,599 ; Aug. 2. 

Batchelor, John C, Edgewater Park, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Cathode ray tube. 
2,114,136 ; Apr. 12. 

Batchelor, John C, New York, N. Y. System of com- 
munication. 2.140.730 : Dec. 20. 

Batdorf, Seymour, assignor to Liberty Can and Sign Com- 
pany, Lancaster, Pa. Receptacle opener. 2,124,522 : 
July 26. 

Bate, John, assignor to The Glacier Metal Company 
Limited, Alperton, England. Manufacture of bearings. 
2,113.073 ; Apr. 5. 

Bate, John, assignor to The Glacier Metal Company 
Limited, Alperton, England. Manufacture of bearings. 
2,113,074; Apr. 5. 

Bate, John, assignor to The Glacier Metal Company 
Limited. Alperton, England. Manufacture of bearings.- 
2,119.900; June 7. 

Bate, John, and M. Melhuish, assignors to The Glacier 
Metal Company Limited, Alperton, England. Manufac- 
ture of be.irings. 2.124,132; July 19. 

Bate, Russell O., Macedonia, Ohio. Chick feed trough. 
2,106,266 ; Jan. 25. 

Bateman, Ernest. (See Sherrard, E. C, Beglinger, Hohf, 
and Bateman.) 

Bateman, William T., special adminstrator. (See Sher- 
rard. E. C. Beglinger, Hohf, and Bateman.) 

Batenburg, Peter J. F., Racine, \\is. Portable liquid 
diffusing device. 2,126.718 ; Aug. 16. 

Bater, Charles C. (See Cleman. A. JI.. Bater. and Lee.) 

Bates, Albert H., assignor to Liberty Foundries Company, 
Rockford, HI. Heater. 2,126,696; Aug. 16. 

Bates, Albert J., Jr., Cliicago, III. Display structure. 
2.110.354: Mar. 8. 

Bates, Arthur, Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe JIachinerv Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Lasting 
macliine. 2,109,563 ; Mar. 1. 

Bates, Charles J., Jr., Englewood, N. J., and G. Del 
Grosso. assignors to The Mosler Safe Company. Hamil- 
ton, Ohio. Bolt actuating mechanism. 2,124,758 ; 
July 26. 

Bates. Clifford V., Chicago, HI. Reciprocating motor. 
2 109 953 * Mar. 1. 

Bates, ' Edrnond E., Winchester, Mass. Gas meter. 
2,118.065 ; May 24. 

Bates, Elbridge G., et al. (See Rugh, Harry O., assignor.) 

Bates, Ellen S., et al. (See Hammers, James E. and 
B. P., and Bueliler, assignors.) 

Bates. Frank E., et al. (See Hammers, James E. and 
B. F., and Buehler. assignors.) 

Bates, Fred G. (See Taylor, I. P., and Bates.) 

Bates, Hamilton C. (See Joslyn, Stuart S., assignor.) 

Bates, Hamilton C. (See Watrous, William R., as- 
signor.) 

Bates, Harry H., and W. O., Jr., Joliet, 111. Safety razor. 
2,106,587 ; Jan. 25. 

Bates, Jesse H., Wauwatosa, assignor to Harniscbfeger 
Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Panel fastener. 
2.104.550: Jan. 4. 

Bates, Joseph D., Springfield, Mass. Ice pack. 2,120,013 ; 
June 7. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bates, Lloyd G., West Hartford, assignor to Hartford- 
Empire Company, Hartford, Conn. Glass feeding appa- 
ratus. 2,106,545 ; Jan. 25. 

Bates Manufacturing Company, The. (See Lang, William, 
assignor.) 

Bates, Blarlc C. (See Faverty, Clyde B., assignor.) 

Bates, Marli C. (See Faverty, C. B., Smith, and Van 

Bueren, assignors.) 
Bates, Mark C. (See French, Charles A., assignor.) 

Bates, Mark C. (See Welborn, E. C, and Smith, as- 
signors.) 

Bates, Mark C. (See Welborn, E. C, and van Bueren, 
assignors.) 

Bates, Ralph I. (See Rossman, E. F., Chryst, and Bates.) 

Bates, Ralph I., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Shock absorber 
valve. 2,113,013 ; Apr. 5. 

Bates Manufactiiring Company, The. (See Faas, Walter, 
assignor.) 

Bates, JMortimer F., assignor to Sperry Gyroscope Com- 
pany, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Gyro magnetic compass. 
2,135,229 ; Nov. 1. 

Bates, Richard, et al. (See Blalock, Eugene, assignor.) 

Bates, Sidney E. (See Overmier, E., Bates, and Rod- 
man.) 

Bates, Vernon G., Chicago, 111., assignor to The American 
Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Annealing pot. 2,131,931 ; Oct. 4. 

Bates, Walter C, and R. R. McClure, assignors to Dia- 
mond Alkali Company, Painesville, Ohio. Preparing 
colloidal carbonates. 2,141,458 ; Dec. 27. 

Bates. William O.. ,Tr. (See Bates. H. H., and W. O., Jr.) 

Batesole, Dwight E., Glenbrook, assignor to Norma-Hoff- 
mann Bearings Corporation, Stamford, Conn. Anti- 
friction bearing. 2,110,864; Mar. 15. 

Bateson, Tom D., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 
Lawn mower. 2,117,393 ; May 17. 

Bath, John & Company. (See Bath, Russell P., assignor.) 

Bath, John, & Company. (See Bath, Stanley W., as- 
signor.) 

Bath, Jolm, & Company. (See Bath, S. W., and Ackley, 
assignors.) 

Batli, John, & Company. (See Bath. S. W., and Allison, 
assignors.) 

Bath, Russell F., Shrewsbury, assignor to John Bath & 
Company, Worcester, Mass. Bottoming tap. 

2,121,380; June 21. 

Bath, Stanley W., Shrewsbury, assignor to John Batli & 
Company, Worcester, Mass. Yielding work center. 
2,116,135; May 3. 

Bath, .Stanley W., Shrew.sbury, and E. L. Ackley, as- 
signors to Jolin Bath & Company, Worcester, Mass 
Machine for grinding flutes. 2,118,139 ; May 24. 

Balli. Stanley W., Shrewsbury, and II. M. Allison, as- 
siKuors to John Bath & Conipanv, Worcester, Mass. 
Self-adjusting spindle bearing. 2,127,8.')4; Aug. 23. 

B.ith, Wilrner II., West Consliohocken, assignor to The 
Sharpies Specialty Company, Philadelpliia, Pa. Cen- 
trifugal machine. 2,100,088: Jan. 25. 

B;ilh, Wiliiier H.. West ("on.shohocUen, assignor to The 
Sharph'S Specially C'ompanv, Pliiladclpliia, Pa. Cen- 
trifugal machine. 2,126,864; Aug. 16. 

Batio, Joseph E., assignor to Kelsey-IIayes Wheel Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for forming molds. 
2,107,928; Feb. 8. 

Batjer, Henry B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Butter mold. 
2,135,025 ; Nov. 1. 

B.-iltegay, Martin, Mulhouse, France, assignor to Calco 
Cliemical Company, Inc., Bound Brook, N. J. Prep- 
aration of anihraiininonylgaunidinos and substituted 
anllira(|uinonylgnanidines. 2.112,724: Mar. 29. 

Battelle Memorial Institute. (See Harder, Oscar E., as- 
signor.) 

liallelle Memorial Inslilute. (See Williams, (;. E., and 
l/orig, .'isHignors.) 

Balti'lle MciiioriMl Institute, The. (See Lorlg. Clarence II., 
assignor.) 

Matlellc Memorial Inslilulc, Tlie. (S<'e Siillivaii. John 1)., 
assignoi'.) 

Batten, I'ercy 11., and U. J. Dnnkelow, nssignorB to Twin 
Disc ("liilcli f'oinp.inv, liacine, Wis. Cliitdi m(>clia- 
nlHin. 2,127,713 ; Aug. 23. 

I'.alli'riiiaii, Elmer F. (See Verderber, J., and Ballor- 
iii.'in.) 

Baitei-y Patents Corporation. (See Lewis, George S., 
assignor.) 

BalK-ry I'alcniH Corporation. (See Pease, Ilarl E., ns 
Kignor. ) 

BjiIIIhI;i, JoHci>h J., and J. J. Di MegUo, South Norwalli, 
Conn. I'lanl Hiipport. 2,121.0 19 : July 1!). 

UmIIIi', Harold I'., K'l'W Kochellc, N. Y.. nsslgnor of one 
foiirlli to J. H. lliirgrovc. Game (.•ihlc. 2,127,80,'); 
Aug. 23. 

r.iidleH. Hlewarl S., ("lilcnRO, 111., mikI 11. I,. Alirl Ui-r. 

rinclnn.'il I, (tlilo, nsHlgnurs to Ituri: Wiinier Corponi 
1l(.n. Chicago. III. HihtcI. 2.i:i:!.T!lil : n,| . IR. 

Baiid, Albert, Paris, Frnnce. Crude oil engine. 2, 126, ■112 ; 
Aug. 0. 

Bjiiidi'r, Itrivniond E.. Chlcngn, 111. Check prolccling 
iiwanH. 2 I21..";<.''i : Jnlv 26. 

BiMier, August. Brooklyn, N. Y. Wing tiirblno unit. 
2,111,130; Mar. IB. 

Itiiiier, Cliiiili'H A.. Springfield, MnHR., iiHHignor to Thi' 
Cardinal Corporal Ion, lOviinHvllle, Ind. Ice I ray. 
2,138,0.''.8 ; Nov. 21). 



Bauer, Emory L.. assignor to Emory L. Bauer, Inc., 
Wilmington, Del. Baffle for heaters. 2,140,125 ; Dec. 
13. 

Bauer, Emory L., Inc. (See Bauer, Emory L., assignor.) 

Bauer, Frederick G., St. Louis, Mo. Surfacing tool. 
2,125,709 ; Aug. 2. 

Bauer, George, Leominster, Mass. Arch support. 
2,119,850 ; June 7. 

Bauer, Gustav, Hamburg, Germany. Manufacture of 
hydraulic couplings. 2,116,181 ; May 3. 

Bauer, Hans F., assignor to Stein, Hall Manufacturing 
Company, Cliicago, 111. Utilizing edible materials. 
2,113,570 ; Apr. 12. 

Bauer, John, Sunnyside, and M. Grau, New York, N. Y^. 
Coin dispenser. 2,111,832 ; Mar. 22. 

Bauer, John A., Lawrenceburg, Ind. Barrel measuring 
device. 2,119,037 ; May 31. 

Bauer, John E., Muncie, Ind., assignor to Owens-Illinois 
Glass Company. Wall construction. 2,115,513 ; Apr. 
26. 

Bauer, Jordan V. (See Rowland, B. W., and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Karl, Frankfort-on-the-Jlain, and F. Pressel and 
H. Medweth, Rheinfelden/Baden, assignors to Deutsche 
Gold und Silber Scheideanstalt vormals Roessler, Franlj- 
fort-on-the-Main, Germany. Stable oxygen-yielding 
washing powder. 2,128,113 ; Aug. 23. 

Bauer, Paul S. (See Wolff, Otto E., assignor.) 

Bauerle, Paul, Astoria, Long Island, N. Y. Safety razor. 
2,141,339 ; Dec. 27. 

Bauer, R. S., trust. (See Wolff, Otto E.. assignor.) 

Bauer, Richard I., assignor to Sanitary Headwear Mfrs., 
Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 2,111.444: Mar. 15. 

Bauer, Stefan G., Cambridge, England. Kinulsification of 
linuids and apparatus therefor. 2,116.380 ; Jlay 3. 

Bauer, Stewart T. (See Ralston. A. W., and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Walter. (See Rohm. O., and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Walter B., Springfield, Ohio. Spacer for automo- 
bile hoods and its seat. 2,128,577 ; Aug. 30. 

Bauer, Walter C, Rockville, Md. Filtering unit for 
lubricant-circulating systems of internal combustion 
engines having overhead valves. 2,119,619 ; June 7. 

Bauer, Walter, Darmstadt, Germany, assignor to Rohm 
& Haas Companv, Philadelphia, Pa. Condensation 
products. 2,132,671 ; Oct. 11. 

Bauer, Walter, and P. Weisert, Darmstadt, Germany, as- 
signors to Rohm & Haas (jompanv, Pliiladelphia, Pa. 
Lamin.ated glass. 2,137,377 ; Nov. 22. 

Bauer, Wilhelm. (See Muenster, W., Bauer, Koeberle, 
a:id Berth) 

Bauer, William, assignor to The Tappan Stove Company, 
Jlansfield, Ohio. Electric range and control system 
therefor. 2,107,173 ; Feb. 1. 

BauersCeld, Walther, assignor to the firm of Carl Zeiss, 
Jena, Germany. Curved tooth for bevel gear wheels. 
2,114,793 ; Apr. 19. 

Baughman, George W., Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
ingliouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Ac- 
celeration control system. 2,106,474 ; Jan. 25. 

r.aughman, George W., Edgewood, assignor to The Union 
Swilcli & Signal Company. Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
signaling apparatus. 2.113.641; Apr. 12. 

Baughman, George W., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Track 
shunting apparatus. 2,114,554; Apr. 19. 

I'.MUghruan, Harry C, Sparrows Point, Md., assignor to 
Bnllilcheni Steel Company. Cleaning device for re- 
generalons. 2,119,310; May 31. 

Baughman, Harry S., Barberton, and M. S. Lower, Wnds- 
worlh, assignors to The Sun Rubber Companv, Barber- 
ton, Ohio. Key container. 2,119,068 ; May 31. 

Baughman, John, .'ind J. Venotta, Warren, Ohio. Light- 
ing device. 2,12!>,641 ; Sept. 13. 

P.aughnian, Samuel 10., Broadwell, 111. Material dls- 
ti-ilnitor or siireader. 2.120.169 : June 7. 

Baule, Gerh.ird II. J., Syracuse, N. Y. Control for fluid 
motors. 2,117,595; May 17. 

P.aule, Gerhard II. J., assignor to Hall & Mct'liesnoy. 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Loose leaf binder. 2,133,373; 
Oc(. IS. 

I'.anler, (Jeorge A.. Minneapolis, Minn. Tooth brush. 
2.1 21,617 ; July 20. 

B;nil.\v. (;«''>rge II. (Sec Bosh. T. S.. and Bimley.) 

Bauni. W.'iltcr II., New York. N. Y. Measuring .fpout for 
nccplacles. 2,122.!)()(i; .luly 5. 

Bauman, Joseph. (.S(>(> W'llliaius, J. J., and Itaumini.) 

Itallniinn, Berthold, assignor to Trlumph-Worko Nuern- 
biMg A. (!.. Nuremberg, Gi-nuany. Typewriter. 

2.1 I7,23.'i ; May 10. 

r.auMKiMU. Carl A.. Jr., Clalrlon, Pa. Prolecllnc the 
Kidi's of ci'afl. 2.127.671 : .\ug. 23. 

ItMuinaiin, lOrlch. (See Ohlfudorf, II., Biiuinnnn, nnd 
llol/.ach.) 

Itaumann. lOilcli. Hi'ssau Zlehlgk, (Jorinnny, Msslcnor to 
General .\nllliw Wiirkn, Inc., New York. N. ^ . Axo 
ilyi's Mild iiiMUiifMcliirlnu the KMMie. 2,11.><,60l ; May 24 

llauiiiann. l^'i'llz. I.i'veiliusen-I. (!. \V(>rk. (.'ernniny. .'issignor 
to (leiii'ial .\nllliie Works. Inc., New York. N. Y. Plios- 
plioniiiN Mcld csterH of hydroxyalkliuiiino Mnthraiiiiinonoti. 
2. ll)).2KiI : .Ian. 1. 

HaiiniMmi. l'"rl(/., LoverkuKcn 1. <J.-Werk. (lermiiny, ns- 
Higiior to tJcneral Aniline WorkH. Inc., New York. N. Y. 
\'nl dvcHtufTH of the luitliraqiilnone Rcrles. 2,122,001 ; 
July n. 

ItMuniiinn, Honry N., Jr. (Si'c lleniiiT. H. C., nnd H.-iu 
Miiinn.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Baumann, Karl, Wilmslow, England, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Device for controlling temperatures 
in fluid heating apparatus. 2,116,42-1 ; 5lay 3. 

Baumann, Karl, Basel, and A. Ettinger, Birsfelden, near 
Basel, Switzerland. Landing means for aircraft. 
2,132,599; Oct. 11. 

Baumann, Lewis A., Fort Thomas, Ky., assignor to French 
Bauer Incorporated, Cincinnati, Ohio. Apparatus for 
measuring foreign matter present in liquids. 2,119,501 ; 
Jlay 31. 

Baumann. Walter, Leuna, and J. Hirschbeck, Ludwig- 
shafen-on-the-Rhine, assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie 
Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Production of ethyl chloride. 2.118,662 ; May 24. 

Baumann, William J., Philadelphia, Pa. Gauging saw 
blades. 2,112,432 ; Mar. 29. 

Baumbach, Emil A., Chicago, 111. Broaching apparatus. 
2,114,276 ; Apr. 19. 

Baumeister, Fitch J., Park Ridge, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to North American Service Company, 
Chicago, 111. Sign. Re. 20,756 : June 14. 

Baumert, Karl, and R. S. Bley, Ellzabethton, Tenn., as- 
signors to North American Rayon Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Recovering carbon bisulphide. 2,133,244 ; 
Oct. 11. 

Baumfalk, John, Jersey City, N. J., as.siguor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone system. 2,141,372 ; Dec. 27. 

Baumgardner, Versal F., Celina, Ohio. Hitch means. 
2.119,263; May 31. 

Baumgarten, Henri G., Rotterdam, assignor to N. V. 
Eau de Colognefabriek Johann Maria Farina, Amster- 
dam, Netherlands. Safety hair cutting appliance. 
2,141,340 ; Dec. 27. 

Baumgarten, Paul. Berlin-Halensee, assignor of one-half 
to P. W. Rosenfeld, Berlin-Dahlem, Germany. Photo- 
graphic camera with built-in developing device. 
2,125,536; Aug. 2. 

Baumgartner, Philip T., Gardner, Mass. Shock absorbing 
chassis for a childs vehicle. 2,132,841 ; Oct. 1] . 

Baumgratz, Ernst, F. Kratz, and H. Steinhart, assignors 
to Robert Bosch Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung, 
Stuttgart, Germany. Power-operated tool. 2,127,855 ; 
Aug. 23. 

Baumhauer, Heinrich, Berlin-Spandau, and W. Fehse. 
Berlin-Litchterfelde, Germany, assignors to General 
Electric Company. Lamp unit. 2,135,696 ; Nov. 8. 

Baumheckel, William M., Cincinnati, Ohio. Pull lever. 
2,136.095 ; Nov. 8. 

Baumheckel, William M., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to 
B. B. B. Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Water pump 
seal. 2.113,167; Apr. 5. 

Baumwallspinnerel Gronau. (See Stroink, Herbert, as- 
signor.) 

Baumzweiger, Benjamin, Cincinnati, assignor of one- 
half to P. E. Hauss, Norwood, Ohio. Condenser tester. 
2,121,725 ; June 21. 

Baur, John W., Chicago, 111., and E. A. Nahm, Baldwin, 
N. Y., assignors to Johnson Fare Box Company, Chi- 
cago. 111. Electrical control system for fare boxes. 
2,118,914; May 31. 

Baur, John W., H. Van Zuilen, and C. F. Rogier, assignors 
to Johnson Fare Box Company, Chicago, 111. Elec- 
trical control system for vehicle fare boxes. 2,128,900 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Baur. Karl, Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhine, assignor to I. G. 
Farbenind\istrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort - on - the - 
Main, Germany. Production of mercaptans. 2,116,182 ; 
May 3. 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Anderson, Carl E., 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Aspenleiter, 
Joseph W.. assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bausch, William, 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bissell, Everett 
S., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bouchard, Sam- 
uel E., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Burroughs, Ken- 
neth C, assignor ) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Cook, A. A., and 
Trautmann, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Diggins, Bartho- 
lomew A., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Dittmer, Arthur 
v.. assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (,?ee Ellestad. G. A., 
and Johe, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (Sec Eppenstein, Otto, 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Fassin, Gustave, 
assignor.) 

Bnusch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Freund, Otto, 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Gallasch, G. B., 
and Kurtz, assignors.) 

Hausch & Lninb Optica! Company. (See Hall, L. P... and 
Kurtz, assignors.) 

P.nnsch & Lomb Optic.nl Company. (See Jones, F. L., and 
Tvirrhmnier. .nssiixiiors.) 

Bansch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Martin. Allan F., 
assignor.) 

Bausch &. Lomb Optical Company. (See JlcCabe. Josojih 
J., assignor.) 



Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See McCabe, J. J., 
and Schelling, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Papello, Karl, 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Rayton, Wilbur 
B., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Reh, Edward 
J., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Sabel, John C, 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Simpson, Leon 
G., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Smith, Joseph 
W., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Sterling, Scott, 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomp Optical Company. (See Trautmann, 
Otto E., assignor.) 

Bausch, Viktor T., Berlin, and A. Schroth, Neu-Kaliss, 
Mecklenburg, assignors to Felix Schoeller & Bausch. 
Mecklenburg, Germany. Manufacture of Safety 
paper. 2.112,756 ; Mar. 29. 

Bausch, William, assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Goggles. 2,112,644 ; Mar. 
29. 

Bawer, Johannes A., Gothenburg. Sweden. Hospital bed 
or the like. 2.108.013: Feb- 22. 

Baxendale, Samuel, Dearborn, Mich. Stock feeding mech- 
anism. 2,111,308; Mar. 15. 

Baxendale, Samuel, Dearborn, Mich. Supplemental stock 
feeding means for multiple spindle machine tools. 
2,115,938 ; May 3. 

Baxter, Berry A., Altadena, Calif. Vacuum cleaner sup- 
port. 2,122,632 ; July 5. 

Baxter, Berry A., Altadena, Calif. Vacuum cleaner con- 
duit. 2,122,633 ; July 5. 

Baxter, Berry A., assignor to G. C. Baxter, Altadena, 
Calif. Vacuum cleaner nozzle. 2,112,978 ; Apr. 5. 

Baxter, Charles F., Kansas City, Kans. Floating minnow 
bucket. 2,111,959 ; Mar. 22. 

Baxter, Clyde M., San Clemente, Calif. Wheel attach- 
ment. 2,109,098; Feb. 22. 

Baxter, Don, Inc. (See Richards, Thomas S. J., as- 
signor.) 

Baxter, Ellsworth. (See Lohr, R., and Baxter.) 

Baxter, Ernest W., Detroit, Mich. Steering mechanism. 
2,134,748 : Nov. 1. 

Baxter, Gladys C. (See Baxter, Berry A., assignor.) 

Baxter. Gustave S., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to American Machine and Foundry Com- 
pany. Bread wrapping machine. 2,133.339 ; Oct. 18. 

Baxter, James W., Ellwood City, Pa., assignor to National 
Tube Company. Making a tubular article. 2,132,555 ; 
Oct. 11. 

Baxter, John P., Widnes, England, assignor to Imperial 
Chemical Industries Limited. Production of solid chlo- 
rinated rubber products. 2,110,785 ; Mar. 8. 

Baxter, John P., Widnes. T. N. Montgomery, Lancaster, 
and J. G. Moore, Runcorn, England, assignors to Im- 
perial Chemical Industries Limited. Treatment of solu- 
tions of chlorinated rubber. 2,104,069 ; Jan. 4. 

Baxter, John P., Widnes, and L. J. Burrage, Liverpool, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
Limited. Production of carbon disulphide. 2,107,264; 
Feb. 1. 

Baxter Laboratories, Inc. (See Erikson, E. W., and 
Nesset, assignors.) 

Baxter Lnhoratories, Inc. (See Fall;, Harry N.. assignor, t 

Baxter, Thomas A., Nottingham, England. Liquid dis- 
pensing or measuring device. 2,113,501; Apr. 5. 

Baxter, William C, assignor to Trimble Nurseyland Furni- 
ture, Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Fitting for collapsible tubs. 
2,137,223 ; Nov. 22. 

Baxter. William C, assignor to Trimble Nursery-Land 
Furniture. Inc., Rocliester, N. Y. Combination bath- 
tnl) and rlrissin!j table. 2.140.685; Dee. 20. 

Bayan. Sercrio. Baguio. P. L Loom. 2.114.206 ; Apr. 12. 

Bayard, Jlargret, Brooklyn, N. Y. Curtain rod. 
2,133,268; Oct. 18. 

Bavardi, Arinand, New York, N. Y. Combination clip 
and brooch. 2,118,639 ; i\Iay 24. 

Bayer Company, The. (See Hiemenz, W., and Freedman, 
assignors.) 

Bayer, JIatlhew F. (See WoUer, E. E., Travis, and 
Bayer. ) 

Haver. Otto. (See Ballauf. F., and Bayer.) 

Bayer, Otto. (See Delfs, D., and Bayer.) 

Bayer, Otto. (See Kleiner. H., Bayer, and ICunze.) 

B.ayer, Otto. (See Nelles, J., and Bayer.) 

Bavrr, Otto. (See Schrader, (}., and Rayer.) 

Bayer. Otto. (See Schrader, G., Bayer, and Kilkenthal.) 

Bayer, Otto, Leverkusen, and J. Nelles, Leverkusen- 
Sehlebusch. assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktien- 
gesellschaft. Fr.nnkfort-on-the-^fain. Germany. A,B-di- 
hnlocrenethylUetones. 2.137,664; Nov. 22. 

Bayerdorffer, Max, New York. N. Y. Impression making 
or printing means. 2,125.877 ; Aug. 0. 

Bayerl, Alfons, and K. Khsslinger, Dessau, assignors to 
i. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft. Frankfort-on- 
the-Main. Germany. Manufacture of alkali cellulose. 
2.106.111 : Jan. IS. 

Baverl, Karl J., Willoughbv, Ohio. System for transport- 
ing freight. 2,121,181 ; June 21. 

Bayernwork A.-G. (See Glasser, H., and Grobl, as- 
signors.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bayers, George W., Denver, Colo. Air pump, 2,109,718 ; 
Mar. 1. 

Bayless, Frank B., Oil City, Pa., assignor t6 Oil Well 
Supply Company, Dallas, Tex. Sucker rod and manu- 
facturing the same. 2,119,698 ; June 7. 

Bayley, William, Company, The. (See Bayley, William D., 
assignor.) 

Bayley, William D., assignor to The William Bayley Com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. Detention window. 2,137,437 ; 
Nov. 22. 

Bayley, William D., Springfield, Ohio. Window assem- 
bly. 2,137,438 ; Nov. 22. 

Bayley, William D., Springfield, Ohio. ^Vindow assem- 
bly. 2,137,439; Nov. 22. 

Baylis, Adelaide B., Bedford, N. Y., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Antenna device. 2, 128, .554 ; Aug. 
30. 

Baylis, Robert JI., Dayton, Ohio. Aerial toy. 2,105,579 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Bayliss, IJen W., Spokane, Wash. Grubbing blade for 
rakes. 2,114,518 ; Apr. 19. 

Bayliss, Francis J., Walsall, England. Waist and like 
belt and band and their fastening. 2,137,796 ; Nov. 
22. 

Bayliss, Milward. (See Halvorson, H. O., Bayliss, and 
Wilson.) 

Bayno, George M., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, assignor 
to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric toaster. 2,106,824; 
Feb. 1. 

Baynton, Harold H., and J. W. Poster, Freehold, N. J., 
assignors to A. & M. Karagheusian, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Rug and carpet. 2,104,941 ; Jan. 11. 

Bays, George S., assignor to Stanolind Oil and Gas Com- 
pany, Tulsa, Okla. Secondary recovery of oil from un- 
derground reservoirs. 2,135,319 ; Nov. 1. 

Bays, George S., assignor to Stanolind Oil and Gas Com- 
pany, Tulsa, Okla. nydraulic-pneumatic pumping 
system. 2,141,703 ; Dec. 27. 

Bay State Optical Company. (See Nerney, George E., 
assignor.) 

Bay West I'aper Company. (.Sec Vaughan, F. P., Kruoger, 
and Slyp. assifrnoi'sj.) 

Bazeley, Arthur J., Shaker Heights, assignor to National 
Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Uncoupling mechanism for car couplers. 
2,125,711 ; Aug. 2. 

Baz'/.oni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe sole 
fitting machine. 2,104,113; Jan 4. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinerv Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Splitting 
machine. 2,107,281 ; Feb. 8. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Solf- 
clinching rivet. 2,108,842 ; Feb. 22. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoo Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine 
for covering heels. 2,119,840 ; June 7. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Macliinerv Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel- 
aftacliiii2 and llap laying iiinchinc. '2,^'2".'.)'2Ct ; July 1!). 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., SwaiiipscoK, Ma.ss., assignor to The 
United Shoe Macliinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Shoe and shoemaking. 2,12.5,328; Aug. 2. 

Bazzoni. Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Slioe Macliinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Splitting 
mjichine. 2.137,326; Nov. 22. 

Beach, Cliarles II., Norcross, Minn. Detachable traction 
lu«. 2.129.557 ; Sept. 6. 

Beach, Everett E., and A. O. Arnold, Kansas Citv, Mo. 
Duck call. 2,110,183; May 3. 

T'.eacli. Fi'i'diM-ici; Iv (S<m. I'lMeison. E. G.. and lieacli.) 

Beach, Harold K., Cnmford, N. J., assignor to Phelps 
Dodge ('(ipi)i'r Products Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus for continuous wire drawing. 2,120,028; 
Aug. «. 

Mcacli, Neal M., F.airport, assignor to General Foods Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y, Pectin and preparing same. 
2,115,470 ; Apr. 20. 

r.iMcli. ICay Ill S.. Avon, Conn., assignor to Underwood 

Fllioll I'MsIkt Company, New York, N. Y. Packing 
support. 2, 1 .'iO.OO:! : l)i'c. 0. 

P.cach. Itoval A., a.sslgnor 1o The Dumore Company, 
Kiicinc. Wis Itlii'oslal. 2.13'1,:!2,T ; Oct. 20. 

Mead ("liaiii M;iniif.iciiiring Company, The. (See Blntz, 
Warren I)., assignor.) 

Hcadlc. r.hmclir' i).. S|)jlngnel<l, Mass. Ilalr curler. 
2.i:!.'i,7!l7 ; (Id. IS. 

Meal. Arlliiir <!., and H. ITohnherg. aHslgnors to The Fox- 
boro ('oinpaiiy. I''o.\l)oro, Muss. Method of and apjiara- 
tUH for priUlliig liiHlrunient charlH or the like. 
2.10l,.551 ; ,laii. 1. 

r.eiil, Carl L., <'iiyalioga Ii'allH, assignor (o American 
Anodi- Inc.. Akron, (tlilo. Trealing rubber. 2,111,162; 
Apr. 12. 

Menl. Call L., Cuyahoga I''nllH, nsHlgnor (o American 
Anode, inc.. Aluon, Ohio. Melliod and aiiparalUH for 
molding arlleleN. 2,121,871 ; .Inly 2(1. 

Ileuli', l';dwar<l II., WInneMtn, aHNlgiior to Standard Oil 
CoMMinny, ('hlcago, III. MolHlnreproollng. 2,116,18-1; 
Mav 3. 

Beall, Don L., <ioMlien, Ind. Self-clennliig raid'. 2,126,719; 
Aug. 10. 



P.eall Improvements Company, The. (See Dcmpsey, Henry 
C, assignor.) 

Beall, Inez L. (See Beall, Lee M.) 

Beall, Lee M., Tulsa, Okla. Arch and wall construction. 
2,105,804; Jan. 18. 

Beall, Lee M., Tulsa, Okla,, assignor, by decree of court, 
to I. L. Beall. Furnace. 2,114,900; Apr. 19. 

Beals, Albert E., Norwich, N. Y. Control of gas or vapor 
compressors. 2,140,306 ; Dec. 13. 

Beam, James R., assignor to Universal Sanitary Manu- 
facturing Co., New Castle, Pa. Water closet. 
2,129,398 ; Sept. 6. 

Beam, Vilynn O., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Bryant Heater Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Automatic 
control for fuel burning apparatus. 2,112,554 ; Mar. 29. 

Beamer, Charles W., Mojave, Calif. Sanitary bed pan 
container. 2,128,669 ; Aug. 30. 

Bean, Clinton, New Rochelle, N. Y. Dental device. 
2,113.439 ; Apr. 5. 

Bean, Fred R. (See Clarke, H. T., and Bean.) 

Bean, Frederic R., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Preparing hydroxyhydroquinone. 
2,118,141 ; May 24. 

Bean, Melvin J., Wellesley, Mass. Solvent dispensing 
apparatus. 2,141,638 ; Dec. 27. 

Bean, Robert F., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Juice extractor. 2,121,622 ; June 
21. 

Bean, Vernon J. (See Wasson, J. E., and Bean.) 

Beanland, (Jharles P., Chelmsford, England, assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Delayed automatic 
gain control circuit. 2. 135. .556 ; Nov. 8. 

Bear, Albert B., St. Paul, Minn., assignor of eight and 
one-sixth percent to S. Henry, eight and one-sixth per- 
cent to T. Nikas, eight and one-sixth percent to J. 
Poutikis, eight and one-sixth percent to H. H. McGill. 
eight and one-sixth percent to C. D. Pamel, eight and 
one-sixth percent to N. Chlomes, and ten percent to 
J. Golf. Variable speed transmission mechanism. 
2,120,953 ; June 14. 

Bear, Albert B., St. Paul, Minn., assignor of eight and 
one-sixth per cent to S. Henry, eight and one-sixth per 
cent to T. NiKas, eight and one-sixth per cent to J. 
Pontikis, eight and one-sixth per cent to II. II. McGill, 
eight and one-sixth per cent to C. D. Pamel, eight and 
one-sixth per cent to N. Chiomes, and ton per cent to 
J. Goff. Friction clutch mechanism. 2,131,579 ; Sept. 

Bear, Joseph W., Roanoke, and R. R. Sublette, Vinton, 
assignors to Double Envelope Corporation, Roanoke, 
Va. Envelope. Re. 20,615 ; Jan. 11. 

Boar Manufacturing Company. (See Wochner, Henry, as- 
signor.) 

Boar, Paul S., Elkhart, Ind., assignor to James Heddon's 
Sons, Dowagiac, Mich. Fish lure. 2,116,994; May 10. 

Bear, Paul S., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Bucklen- 
Bear Laboratories, Inc., Elkhart, Ind. Switch. 

2.132.921 ; Oct. 11. 

Bear, Paul S., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Buck- 
len-Bear Laboratories, Inc., Elkhart, Ind. Switch. 

2.132.922 ■ Oct. 11. 

Bear, Paul S., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Bucklen- 
Bear Laboratories, Inc., Elkhart, Ind. Prep.iration of 
mercury for use in mercury switches. 2,134,694 ; 
Nov. 1. 

Bear, Paul S.. and IT. B. Bucklen, assignors to Bucklen- 
Bear Laboratories, Inc. Elkhart, Ind. Switch. 
2,132,920; Oct. 11. 

Bear, Paul S., Dowagiac, Mich., and II. E. Bucltlen, as- 
signois, by mesne assignments, to Bucklen-Bear Labora- 
tories, Inc., Elkhart, Ind. Switch. 2,137,711 ; Nov. 

Bear Creek Company, The. (See BecUwlth, L. C, 

Leuschner, and I^ordham, assignors.) 
Beard, Karl K. (See Liilek, K. X.. and Beard.) 
Beard, Earl E., South MihvauUee, Wis., assignor to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Companv, Wilmington, Del. 

Dyostuffs of the anthrimldo series. 2,133,072 ; Oct. 

Be;ir'd, Theodore H., J. E. Renholdl, and C. IF. Merrill, 
III, I'.ridgeporl, Conn., assignors to nictaplione Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Diotaling maehine. 
2,1 17,236 ; May 10. 

Meardsley, Guy K., Jr., and W, A. Parkins, West Hart 
ford, Conn., assignors, by mesne assignments, to United 
Airertifl Corporalion. Fuel feeding device for engines. 
2,116,876; May 10. 

P.eanlsley, Leo It. (See Sl.'iughter, George IT., n.islgnor.) 

Iteaiil.sley. Oile J^., (Jary, Tml. Spade for n gun trull. 
2,l(ll()l5: Jan. 4. 

Meardsley, Orle L., Gary, Ind. Gun carriage. 2,108.71)2; 
VrU. 22. 

Meardsli-y, Orle L., Gary. Ind. Trail and drnwlmr con- 
I lion for gun carrlageH. 2.110,002; .Aiir. 2(1. 

Ileiirdsley, Osnier <!.. .Soiiili llenil, Intl. Coupling for com- 
bined motor e-iis ,'inil liiillers. 2, 107, SSI ; l''eli. S. 

MeiinlMley .V l'l|)er Compjiny. The. (See Piper, Walter 
I'' . ns.ilL'iioi-. ) 

Meariinn Mi'IiiIm Corpor'al Ion. (See Lnngwortliy. lOdwnrd 
1'., MHslgnor.) 

I'.eiiMliy, .\nlili' II.. and I >. II. Donalioo. KiinnapoIlN, N. C. 
1 hiiiilillllei- eoiili'ol MppiiriiliiN. 2.l22.t)(MI; .luhi- 2S. 

lleasley, lOdward M., KuMoa, nHslgnor of oi\e fourtli to 
c. i;. Iliii.'el, llMlllMiore, Md. Nut lock. 2,l2ft,87s 
Aug. ». 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Beaton & Cadwell Manufacturing Company, The, (See 
Work, Ernest W., assignor.) 

Beattie, Clay H., Jr. (See Hering, D., and Beattie.) 

Beattie, James, assignor to Wall & Ochs, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Center structure for eyeglasses and spectacles. 
2,140,044; Dec. 13. 

Beattie, James F., Norwood, N. J., and W. E. Eoycroft, 
Ozone Park, assignors to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New Xork, N. Y. Teletypewriter system. 
2 112 234 ■ Mar. 29. 

Beattie,' James F., Norwood, and H. J. Cunningham, 
Scotch Plains, N. J., and W. R. Eoycroft, Ozone Park, 
N. Y. ; said Beattie and said Eoycroft assignors to 
Western Electric Company, Inc., and said Cunningham 
assignor to American Telephone and Telegraph Com- 
pany. Teletypewriter system. 2,120,235 ; June 14. 

Beattie, Robert W., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Halowax 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Extraction of sulphur. 
2,118,140 ; May 24. 

Bi^attie, Wilferd A. S.. MakarofE. Manitoba, Canada. 
Grain cleaner. 2,139,435 ; Dec. 6. 

Unattie. William P., assignor to The American Laundry 
IMachiiiory Companv. Norwood, Ohio. Press control 
mechanism. 2,139,064 : Dec. 6. 

Beattie, William P., Norwood, and G. W. Johnson, Cin- 
cinnati, assignors to The American Laundry Machinery 
Company, Norwood, Ohio. Dump washer. 2,112,514 ; 
Mar. 29. 

Beatty, David E. (See Uecker, R. A., Eambo, and Beatty.) 

Beatty, David E., and I. G. Eambo, Wauwatosa, Wis., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Safway Steel Scaf- 
folds Co. of America, Wilmington, Del. 2,126,720 ; 
Aug. 16. 

Beatty, George E., assignor to Reynolds Spring Company, 
Jackson, Mich. Upholstered spring construction. 
2,109,764; Mar. 1. 

Beatty-Page, Inc. (See Page, Leslie M., assignor.) 

Beauchamp, George D., assignor to Electro String In- 
strument Corporation. Los Angeles, Calif. Stringed 
musical instrument. 2,130,174 ; Sept. 13. 

Beauchamp, Harold G., assignor to E. Babel, Chicago, 111. 
Protecting electrical devices. 2,120,457 ; June 14. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A.. Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Youngstown Steel Door Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Door lock. Ee. 20.616 : Jan. 11. 

Beau May Process Corporation. (See Wickenden, Leonard, 
assignor. ) 

Beaudry, William A., Wallace. Idaho. Cru.sliinc mill. 
2.108.160: Feb. 15. 

Beaudry, William A., Wallace, Idaho. Crushing mi'l. 
2,109,856 ; Mar. 1. 

Beaulieu, Oliver. (See Van Buskirk, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Beaumont, Charles A., Decatur, and F. Sherritt, Chicago, 
111. Safety tread. 2,106,399 ; Jan. 25. 

Beaumont, Eugene P., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Whiting Manufacturing Company, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Automatic chain lock. 2,113,104 ; Apr. 5. 

Beaumont, Eugene P., New York. N. Y., assignor to 
Whiting Manufacturing Company, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Automatic chain lock. 2,113,105 ; Apr. 5. 

Beaumont. Oliver H. (See Lykos, J., and Beaumont.) 

Beaurline. Arthur W., Chicago, 111. Fountain brush. 
2.130.223 ; Sept. 13. 

Beautee-Fit Company. (See Becker, A. S., and Andrus, 
assignors. ) 

Beaver, C. J. (See Farmer, C. S., Beaver, and Fair- 
field.) 

Beaver, Charles J., and E. L. Davey, Cheshire, assignors 
to W. T. Glover and Company Limited, Traffiord Park, 
Manchester, England. Joints for electric cables. 
2,118,546 ; May 24. 

Beaver Pipe Tools, Inc. (See Phillis, William A., as- 
signor.) 

Beaverite Products. Inc. (See Eossi, George S., as- 
signor.) 

Beaverstock, Elisha F., Holyoke. Mass. Direction indi- 
cator control switch. 2,129,558 ; Sept. 6. 

Bebry, Percy P., Brookline, Mass. Couch. 2,107,882 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Bechaud, Adolph B., assignor of one-half to A. J. Bechaud 
and one-half to B. A. Bechard, Fond du Lac, Wis. 
Container. 2.139,792 ; Dec. 13. 

Bechaud, Audrey J., et al. (See Bechaud, Adolph B., 
assignor.) 

Bechaud. Barbara A., et al. (See Bechaud, Adolph B., 
assignor.) 

Bechberger, Paul F., Bergenfield, N. J., Charles S. Thomp- 
son, Brooklyn, N. Y., and F. Holborn. Cedar Grove, 
N. J., assignors to The Western Union Telegraph Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Selector voice frequency relay. 
2,131,424 ; Sept. 27. 

Becher, Hubert L., Trenton, N. J., assignor to Homasote 
Company. Fire resistant pulp board. 2,108.761 ; Feb. 
1.5. 

Becher, Wesley R. (See Biberthaler, M. G., and Becher.) 

B^chereau, Louis, nnd E. Carroued, Paris, France. Shock 
.ibsnrber. 2,107.974: Feb. 8. 

Bechert & Co., Drahtstifte-. Schrauben- und Stahlindus- 
trie-Aktiengesellschaft. (See Meersteiner, Johann, as- 
signor.) 

Bcfbik, Michael, St. Paul, Minn. Handle. 2,105.580; 
Jan. 18. 

Bochik, Michael, St. Paul, Minn. Mattress and cushion 
handle. 2,122,355; June 28. 



Bechik, Michael, St. Paul, Minn. Handle for mattresses, 
cushions, and the like. 2 131,211 ; Sept. 27. 

Bechik, Michael, St. Paul, Minn. Handle for mattresses 
and the like and making the same. 2,131,212 ; Sept. 27. 

Bechman, William O. (See Borgerd, W. F., Bechman, and 
Harmon.) 

Bechman, William O., Chicago, HI., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Final drive mechaniBm 
for crawler tractors. 2,119,770 ; June 7. 

Bechtner, Paul. (See KaufEman, Harold L., assignor.) 

Bechtold, Reuben E., assignor to Tokheim Oil Tank and 
Pump Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Interlocking mech- 
anish for gasoline dispensers. 2,108,028 ; Feb. 8. 

Bechtold, Eeuben E., assignor to Tokheim Oil Tank and 
Pump Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Liquid dispensing 
apparatus. 2,138,755 ; Nov. 29. 

Beck, Adolf, Bitterfeld, Germany, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Magnesium Development Corporation. Re- 
fining magnesium. 2,105,342 ; Jan. 11. 

Beck, Adolf, Bitterfeld, Germany, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Magnesium Development Corporation. Re- 
melting and refining magnesium and light metal alloys 
containing magnesium. 2.107,282 ; Feb. 1. 

Beck, Arnold J. (See Palmieri. M.. and Beck.) 

Becker, August M., New York, N. Y., assignor to F. A. 
Becker, Cliffside, N. J. Coating machine, 2,139,652 ; 
Dec. 13. 

Beck, Blanche, et al. (See Beck, Clarence E., assignor.) 

Beck, Charles R. and G. L., Anderson, Ind., assignors to 
Hillerich & Bradsby Co., Louisville, Ky. Apparatus for 
treating baseball bats. 2,105,466 ; Jan. 18. 

Beck, Charles W., Toledo, Ohio. Atomizer. 2,120,948 ; 
June 14. 

Beck, Charles W., assignor, bv mesne assigumencs, to ^\. M. 
Beck, Toledo, Ohio. Steering wheel. Re. 20,807 ; July 
26. 

Beck, Clarence E., assignor of forty-seven per cent to A. T. 
Hanby, eight per cent to B. Beck, and five per cent to 
J. H. Tait, Philadelphia, Pa. Carbonated beverage. 
2,107.559 ; Feb. 8. 

Beck, Dunbar, Hadlyme, Conn., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Steinway & Sons, New York, N. Y. Piano. 
2,134,680; Nov. 1. 

Beck, Garnett L. (See Beck, Charles R. and G. L.) 

Beck, George, Irvlngton, N. J. Fish lure. 2,121,114 ; 
June 21. 

Beck, George, Irvington, N. J. Trolling ballast. 
2,121,279 ; June 21. 

Beck, George, Irvington, N. J. Fish lure. 2,127.761 ; 
Aug. 23. 

Beck, George C, Spokane, Wash. Abrasive treater. 
2,132,600; Oct. 11. 

Beclr, Hans, Stuttgart-Bad-Cannstatt, Germany, assignor 
to Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken, Goteborg, 
Sweden. Producing sheet metal cages for cylindrical 
roller bearings. 2,122,305 ; June 28. 

Beck, Harry P., Lake City, Minn. Trousers support. 
2,104,287 ; Jan. 4. 

Beck, Heinz, Bremen, Germany. Arc lamp with auto- 
matic regulation of the negative electrode. 2,123,645 ; 
July 12. 

Beck. Julius S.. Los Angeles, Calif. Rotary automatic 
latch trip socket. 2,122.602 ; July 5. 

Beck, Koller & Company. (See Jarl, C. H. B., and Hovey, 
assignors.) 

Beck, Koller & Company. (See Jarl, C. H. B., and 
Severin, assignors.) 

Beck. Koller & Company. (See Reichhold, H., and Jarl, 
assignors.) 

Beck, .Michel, Winnetka, 111. Waving hair. 2.139,436; 
Dec. 6. 

Beck, Nellie M. (See Beck, Charles W., assignor.) 

Beck, Ove S., Alameda, assignor of one-half to L. B. 
Thomas, Berkeley, Calif. Indicating device. 2,132,923 ; 
Oct. 11. 

Beck, Roy C. (See Jenking, A. C, and Beck.) 

Beck, Rudolf, and J. Briscoe, Bridgeport, Conn., assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to Planning. JIaxwell & Moore, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Method of and appa- 
ratus for controlling pressure fluid. 2,133,073 ; Oct. 
11. 

Beck, William J. Yonkers, N. Y. Automatic weighing 
scale. 2.131.034: Sept. 27. 

Becker, Abraham S., and Z. M. Andrus, assignors to 
Beautoe-Fit Company, Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Bra.ssi&ve construction. 2,131.213 ; Sept. 27. 

Becker, Albert W., Hartford, assignor of forty one-hun- 
dredths to A. Mauro, New Britain, and one-fourth to 
A. G. Bergmann and J. H. Dunn, Ansonia, Conn. Num- 
ber plate. 2,110,119 ; Mar. 1. 

Becker, Bernard C. (See White, H. B., and Becker.) 

Becker, Bernard C, Canton, .,ssignor to The Hoover 
Companv, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 
2,114.099 : Apr. 12. 

Becker. Bernard C, Canton, assignor to The Hoover 
Companv, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 
2.130.146 ; Dpc. 6. 

Becker, Edmund H. (See Martus. M. L., and Becker.) 

Becker. Frank A. fSee Becker, August M., assignor.) 

Becker, Fred F.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to Rock- 
Ola Slanufacturing Corporation, Chicago, 111. Making 
structural units. 2,131,883 ; Oct. 4. 

Becker, Georee W.. Silver Lake, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Dill Manufacturing Companv. Cleveland, 
Ohio. Making inner tubes. 2,120,346 : June 14. 



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Becker, Hans. (See Vollmann, H., and Becker.) 

Becker, Hans, Dusseldorf, Germany. Apparatus for cut- 
ting grooved rolls. 2,109,454 ; Mar. 1. 

Becker, Helmut, Wetzlar, Germany. Motion picture 
camera. 2,10o,631 ; Jan. 18. 

Becker, Helmut, assignor to Ernst Leitz, G. m. b. H., 
Wetzlar, Germany. Film loading casette. 2,105,628 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Becker, Helmut, assignor to Ernst Leitz, G. m. b. H., 
Wetzlar, Germany. Moving picture camera casette. 
2,105,629 ; Jan. 18. 

Becker, Helmut, assignor to Ernst Leitz, G. m. b. H., 
Wetzlar, Germany. Photographic film camera. 
2,105,630; Jan. 18. 

Becker, Helmut, assignor to Ernst Leitza, G. m. b. H., 
Wetzlar, Germany. Shutter mechanism for moving pic- 
ture cameras. 2,117,694 ; May 17. 

Becker, Helmut, assignor to Ernst Leitz G. m. b. H., 
Wetzlar, Germany. Motion picture film container. 
2,123,495; July 12. 

Becker, Helmut, assignor to Ernst Leitz, G. m. b. H., 
Wetzlar, Germany. Moving picture camera. 2,135,026 ; 
Nov. 1. 

Becker, Helmut, assignor to Ernst Leitz, G. m. b. H., 
Wetzlar, Germany. Photographic camera. 2,138,059 ; 
Nov. 29. 

Becker, Howard I., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Distance and speed measure- 
ment of moving craft. 2,115,568 ; Apr. 26. 

Becker, Howard I., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Steering of craft. 2,132,254; 
Oct. 4. 

Becker, John E., Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada. Roller 
skate. 2,117,785 ; May 17. 

Becker, Joseph, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Koppers Company. Coking coal briquet- 
tes. 2,105,832 ; Jan. 18. 

Becker, Lester O. (See De Right, E. J., and Becker.) 

Becker. Logan A. (See Lester, N., and Becker.) 

Becker, OsKar W. (Si'o Freudenborg. II.. and Becker.) 

Becker, Oskar W., assignor to the firm Naturin Gesell- 
schaft mit beschrilnkter Haftung, Weinheim an der 
Bergstrasse, Germany. Closing the ends of a sausage 
skin. 2,111,273 ; Mar. 15. 

Becker, Oskar W., Heidelberg, assignor to the fii'm of 
Naturin Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung, Wein- 
heim-B., Germany. Sausage casing. 2,115,607 ; Apr. 
26. 

Becker, Oskar W., and H. Freudenberg, assignors to Carl 
Froudenborg G. m. b. H., Weinheim, Germany. Manu- 
facture of spun goods, fabrics, and other textiles. 
2,120,851 ; June 14. 

Becker, Olto, Berlin, Germany. Container for preserving 
and dispensing roasted coffep. 2.1]0,518; Mnr. 8. 

Becker, Otto, Corona, N. Y. Calendar clock. 2,123,091 ; 
July 5. 

Becki!r, Otto A., Saarbruckon, Germany. Finding device 
for index cards, notes, or the like arranged in or on 
convoying devices. 2,1.''.0.376 : Sept. 20 

Becker, 'S;im\iol J. (See Shapiro, Heni'y, assignor.) 

Becker, Walter S., et al. (See Amidon, Roy C, as- 
signor. ) 

I'.ecker, Wilhelm, Cologne-Mulhelm, and L. Orlhnor. as- 
signors to I. G. F.'irbonindustrie AktiengpscIIschaft, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Preparation of Iiigli 
molecular sulphur containing plastics. 2,108,408 ; Fob. 
15. 

Becket, Alnn L., East Orange, N. J. Racket stringing 
device. 2,1.'?1,880; Oct. 4. 

Bcekot, Frederick M., New York, and R. Franks, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y., assignors to Electro Metallurgical Com- 
pany. Chromium-manganese-nickcl steel. 2,138,289 ; 
Nov. 29. 

J'.ockot. l'"r(>dfrlok M., N<'w York, and R. Franks, Jackson 
Heights, Long Island, Now York, N. Y., assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Cor- 
poration. Chromium alloy steel tube. 2,130,538 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Beokolt, Clay C, Washington, D. C. Golf ball teeing 
device. 2,127,282 ; Aug. 10. 

Beckett, I'^ailoy 10., Inglowood, assignor of one-half to 
J. A. RoKonkranz, Los Angeles, Ciillf. Internal com- 
bustion ongino. 2, 136,. 358; Nov. 15. 

lieckoll. Koiinolli ('.., MvaMKlon, :inil S. I. IJndi'U, assignors 
to SchwollZ''i- ,V' Conriid, Inc., Chicago, III. Thermal 

cut Dill. 2.i:!;!.!)i5 : ooi. 25. 

noclcell, RogiMiild W., ItocUy Ulver, assignor to (Moveland 
.Stool I'roducls Corn.. Clovoland, Ohio. Oil burning 
npiianiliis. 2.113.870: Aju-. 12. 

Becket lo, Kdninnd S. (Sop I'fliigor, II. M., mid Hpckctlo.) 

Becklor, f)!ikli'y K., l>.illiis, MKHlgiior, by iiiosiio iiHslgn- 
nioiilH, of Hovoiity two mikI oiioliMlf pcrccnl lo .1. II, 
ni'ynoldH, <'isc(), Iwoiily two .'iiid omliiiir per ooni to 
M. II. Howo iiiid llvo per ooiil lo ,(. A. Soliloy. Diilliis. 
Tox. Klooli-I<';il olroiill hiciKor. 2.12I.2i;i; .liiiio 21. 

ISookloy-Ciirdy Coiiipiiiiy. (Soo Cliivoy, I'Idwiiiil A., hh 
Hicnor. ) 

Beckmnn, Axol E., OrpRon Clly, Oi-pg. Slinlii" Hi)llltlii(; 
m.iolilno. 2,128.521 ; Aug. 30. 

1!o(I;mi;iii, (']ii-I. Ili-lnill. MIoli. Viilvi' I'nr fuel Imuii.t 
HVKlcijiH. 2.l.■l;i..^27 : «)ol. IS. 

llookiiinn. I''i'i'(l G. (Si'O (Jriilil. Cliuido II.. nHHigiinr.) 

Upckmnn, I'Vod O., MuhUokop, Oklii. Logging wi^ll forma- 
tion. 2,132 717 ; Oct. 11. 



Beckman, Gustaf S., Cranston, R. I., assignor to Univer- 
sal Winding Company, Boston, Mass. Silk reeling ma- 
chine. 2,128,903 ; Sept. 6. 

Beckman, Rudolph H., Davenport, and J. H. Ploehn, 
Bittendorf, Iowa, assignors to French & Hecht, In- 
corporated. Wheel structure. 2,129,807 ; Sept. 13. 

Beckman, William X{., Barrington, assignor to N. Shoan, 
Chicago, 111. Internal combustion engine. 2,140,503 ; 
Dec. 20. 

Beckmann, Melbourne A. (See Schnell, A. E., and Beck- 
niann.) 

Beckmann, Melbourne A., assignor to Aluminum Indus- 
tries, Incorporated, Cincinnati, Ohio. Even pressure 
piston. 2,114,040; Apr. 12. 

Beckmann, Jlelbourne A., assignor to Aluminum Indus- 
tries, Incorporated, Cincinnati, Ohio. Relieved sta- 
bilized piston. 2,114,041 ; Api-. 12. 

Beckmann, Melbourne A., assignor to Aluminum Indus- 
tries, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio. Permanent mold. 
2,124,998 ; July 26. 

Beckwith, Lawton B. (See Bray, U. B., and Beckwith.) 

Bepkwith, Lawton B. (See Subkow, P., and Beckwith.) 

Beckwith, Lawton B., San Pedro, and F. S. Scott, as- 
signors to Union Oil Company of California, Los An- 
geles, Calif. Producing bituminous emulsions. 
2,119,732; June 7. 

Beckwith, Leonard C, Berkeley, R. D. Leuschner, Merced, 
and F. Fordham, Turlock, assignors to The Bear Creek 
Company, Merced, Calif. Jlethod of and apparatus for 
processing figs. 2,122,021 ; June 28. 

Beckwith Manufacturing C!ompany. (See McMurray, 
Harry G., assignor.) 

"Beco" Maschinenfabrik G. m. b. H. (See Lorentz, 
Valentin, assignor.) 

Beco Maschinenfabriek G. m. b. H. (See Lorentz, Val- 
entin, assignor.) 

Becquet, Deni.se, Brussels, Belgium, assignor to Dr, Ing. 
Roberto Parrilli, Milan, Italy. Washing machine. 
2,138,334 ; Nov. 29. 

Becton, Dickinson & Co. (See Dickinson, F. S., and 
Lawshe, assignors.) 

Becvar, Joseph. (See Herbster, G., and Becvar. ) 

Becvar, Joseph, Wicklilfe, assignor to The Cleveland Co- 
operative Stove Company, (Cleveland, Ohio. Terminal 
receptacle for gas range oven lights. 2,137,641 ; Nov. 
22. 

Beda'rd, Roy T., Escanaba, Mich. Trailer. 2,123.559 ; 
July 12. 

Beddow, Raymond, Toledo, Ohio. Safetv device for auto- 
mobiles. 2,108,303 ; Feb. 15. 

Bedell, Frederick, Ithaca, N. Y., assignor to General 
Radio Company, Cambridge, Mass. Device for indicat- 
ing oscillograph curves as stationary. Re. 20,945 ; 
Dec. 13. 

Bedell, Henry G., assignor to Spiral Locks Limited, Well- 
ington, New Zealand. Latch and lock. 2,136,408 ; 
Nov. 15. 

Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Recording and reproduction 
of sound. 2,122.193; June 28. 

Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Speed control for phonographs. 
2,124,281 ; July 19. 

Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Television system. 2,137,()10 ; 
Nov. 15. 

Bodroi'd, Alda V., Collingswood, and R. D. Koll, Iladdon- 
fiold, N. J., assignors, b.v niosiie .assignments, to Radio 
Corporation of America, N<'w York, N, Y. Tolpvision 
traiLsmittor. 2,108,097 ; Fob. 15. 

lipdlord, Burnlcp D. (See Willis, C. U.. Bedford, and 
KIdpr.) 

Bedford, Burnico D., Schenectady, N. Y. Electric vnlve 
circuits. 2,104,690 ; Jan. 4. 

Bedford, Biirnicp D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
(ipupral Elpptrlc Comjiany. Electric valve circull. 
2.1 10,056 ; Mar. 8. 

Bedford, Burnico D., Sclipnpotndy, N. Y., assignor to 
Gonorjil li:iootrlc Company. Elect rio vnlve circull. 
2,1 II .828; Apr. 10. 

Bodlord, linrnico 1>., Sclipiipclady, N. Y., assignor to 
Gonoral lOloolrlc Compaiiv. I'^loclrlc power iransmls- 
sIdii svstom. 2.12."..0!)(! ; July 26. 

Bodford, I'.urnlio D., SolioiuH'tiidy. N. Y., assignor to (!on- 
pi-al lOlootrlo (Nimpaiiy. lOlectrlc power systoni. 
2.125.1)07 : ,lwly 20. 

Bedford, Burnlc(< D., Sohpneotndy, N. Y., nsslgnor to Oon 
oral lOloclrIc Coinpanv. lOlootrlc valve circuits. 
2.126.603 ; Aug. 11. 

Bedfiird, Burnloo 1)., Sph(>npcliidy. N. Y., nsalgiior to 
Gonoral lOIoclrIc Conipnny. lOU'ctrlo power trnnaiiilH- 
Hlon. 2,12tl,(l01 ; Aug. 1>. 

Bo, 111. 111. Bill iiK-.- I'. ."^ilioiH'c'liuly. N. Y.. nsulgtior to Gen- 
oi'iil lOlooli'lo Coiiip.'inv. lOlootrlo control iiiul Indlrnltnc 
clroiills. L'.rtO.ll I : Sept. •JO. 

BciU'iiril. Biiniloo I).. Sclionootiiily. N. Y., nHHlgiior to (!oii 
oral llloolrlo Coiiipnnv. I'Mootrlo control mikI IndlcMlliu; 
plroiiltN •• fill 1 1 2 ; SopI •'0 

lliMironI, Ilurnlcc" D,. Solu'iioclady, N. Y., nsHlKiior to 
CpiictmI I'loi'lilc ("iiinpiinv. Rloctrlc valvo olrcnif, 
2.137.126 : Nov. 1.'.. 

Bedford. Biirnloi' M., Solionooliuly. N. Y.. ni<Rli:nnr to 
Oi'iiiTiil lOloplrIc Coinpiiny. |{ov<tsi> onrroni rolKV, 
2.M2.0in ; l»pc. 27. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Bedford, Uuinico D., Schenectady X. Y., C. H. Willis, 
Princeton, N. J., and F. R. Elder, Schenectady, N. Y., 
assignors to General Klectric Company. Electric power 
transmission system. 2,119,377 ; May 31. 

Bedford, Leslie H., Highbury Grove, London, assignor 
to A C. Cossor Limited, London, England. Cathode 
ray oscillograph tube. 2,138,721 ; Nov. 29. 

Bedford, Reginald A., Shefheld, England. Die for forging 
or sharpening the ends of drill rods for rock and like 
drilling machines. 2,112,645 ; Mar. 29. 

Bedford, Robert H., Los Gatos, Calif. Gravity electro- 
static separation process. 2,116,013 ; May 10. 

Bednar. Henry J., Denver, Colo. Eyelash darkener, 
2,136.779 ; Nov. 15. 

Bedwell. Andrew J. (See Arpiu, L. G., and Bedwell.) 

Becbe, Samuel A., New York, N. Y. Collar for over- 
coats and topcoats. 2,137,107 ; Nov. 15. 

Beeby. EranI; K., Ual< Park, 111., assignor to Cement Gun 
Company. Swimming pool. 2.140.978 ; Dec. 20. 

Beech-Nut' Packing Company. (See Follett, Charles A., 
issismor ) 

Beecher, Henry W., Seattle, Wash., assignor to The Bab- 
cock & Wilcox Company, Newark, N. J. Fluid heat ex- 
change device. 2,126,721 ; Aug. 16. 

Reecher, Milton F. (See Quick, C. H., and Beeeher.) 

Beechlyn, John T., assignor to O. S. Walker Co. Inc., 
Worcester, Mass. Portable demagnetlzer. 2,106,233 ; 
Tan 25 

Beechivn, 'john T., assignor of one-half to O. S. Walker 
Co "inc., Worcester, Mass. Magnetic speed changer. 
2,131,035 ; Sept. 27. . ^ , , , ., tt t, a 

Beeck, Otto, Berkeley, J. Burgm, Oakland, and H. P. A. 
Groll, Berkeley, assignors to Shell Development Com- 
pany San Francisco, Calif. Activating and maintain- 
ing the activity of deliydrogenation catalysts. 
2,131,089 ; Sept. 27. 

Beede, Herbert G., Pawtucket, R. I. Tank cover con- 
struction. 2,120,961 ; June 21. 

Beede, Herbert G., Pawtucket, R. I. Garment pressing 
machine. 2,130,481 : Sept. 20. 

Beegle, Frank M., Springfield, and H. L. Andrews, Jr., 
Ridley Park, Pa., assignors to Congoleum-Nairn, Inc. 
Flexible covering and making same. 2,133,886 ; Oct. 
18. 

Beehler, Marian F. (See Beehler, William H., assignor.) 

Beehler, Vernon D., Evanston, and R. D. Mcintosh, River 
Forest, assignors to The Imperial Brass Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Automatic rotor valve. 
2,106,942 ; Feb. 1. „, , • , 

Beehler, Vernon D., Evanston, assignor to The Imperial 
Brass Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Gas 
valve. 2,138,621 ; Nov. 29. 

Beehler, William H., assignor of one-half to M. F. Beehler, 
Baltimore, Md. Quick detachable article supporting 
means. 2,114,519 ; Apr. 19. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Syracuse, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Solvay Process Company, New 
York, N. Y. Process and apparatus for the production 
of salts. 2,109,347 : Feb. 22. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Solvay Process Company, 
New York, N. Y. Treatment of gases. 2,123,072 ; 
July 5. „ . , 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Solvay Process Company, 
New York, N. Y. Recovery of alkali metal nitrates. 
2,124,536 ; July 26. 

Beekhuis. lUrinan A., Jr., Petersburg, Va.. assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Solvay Process Company. 
New York. N. i'. Treating mixtures of nitrosyl chlo- 
ride and chlorine. 2.130,519 ; Sept. 20. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Solvay Process Company, 
New York, N. Y. Prevention of corrosion. 2,135,160 ; 
Nov. 1. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Solvay Process Company, 
New York, N. Y. Producing granular fertilizers. 
2,136,069 ; Nov. 8. 

Beekhuis. Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor to 
The Solvay Process Company, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
duction of'a nitrate and chlorine. 2,138,016: Nov. 29. 

Beekhuis. Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor to 
The Solvav Process Company, New York, N. Y. De- 
composition of nitrosyl chloride. 2,138,017 ; Nov. 29. 

Beekman, Everett W. (See Goad, L. C, Haubursin, and 
Beekman.) 

Beekman, Everett W. (See Poole, L. B., and Beekman.) 

Beer. Palle-Finn. Frederiksberg, assignor to Electrical 
Fono-Films Company A/S, Copenhagen. Denmark. 
Electrostatic mirror oscillograph. 2,136.018; Nov. 8. 

Beer, William J., Union, assignor to Sirian Wire and 
Contact Company, Newark. N. J. Refractory metal 
allovs and maldng same. 2,119.489 ; IMay 31. 

Boerman, Raymond E., Toledo, Ohio. Signaling device. 
2,131.090; Sept. 27. 

Beers, George L., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Selectivity control system. 
2.105.518; Jan. 18. 

Beers, George L.. Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio signal rectifying and 
amplifving system. 2,113,127; Apr. 5. 



Beers, George L., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic volume control 
circuits. 2,120,999 ; June 21. 

Beers, George L., Collingswood, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, New 
York, N. Y. Signal receiving apparatus. 2,135,557 ; 
Nov. 8. 

Beers, Otis E., assignor to Buescher Band Instrument 
Company, Elkhart, Ind. Trombone. 2,113,502 ; Apr. 5. 

Beers, Roy R., assignor of one-half to W. J. Thalheimer, 
Phoenix, Ariz. Wire tightener and twister. 2,118,034 ; 
May 24. 

Beers, Roy R., assignor of one-half to W. J. Thalheimer, 
Phoenix, Ariz. Wire tightener and twister. 2,133,887 ; 
Oct. 18. 

Beers, Royce L., Birmingham, assignor to Detroit Stoker 
Company, Monroe, Mich. Apron tuyfere for stokers. 
2,105,875 ; Jan. 18. 

Beers, Royce L., Birmingham, assignor to Detroit Stoker 
Company, Monroe, Mich. Variable feed mechanism 
for stokers. 2,138,722 ; Nov. 29. 

Beery, Howard F. tSee Hammer, B. W., Horneman, 
Quam, Lockwood. Beery, and Parker.) 

Beery, Virgil S., Stockton, Calif. Battery lifting device. 
2,126,605 ; Aug. 9. 

"Be Ge" Manufacturing and Welding Works. (See 
Gurries, A. G., and Bussert, assignors.) 

Begerow, John H. W., Lyndhurst, N. J., assignor to Air 
Reduction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Motor governor speed adjustment. 2,111,960 ; Jlar. 22. 

Begg, Russell S., assignor to General Motors Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Underbody. 2,108,191 ; Fob. 15. 

Begg. Kussell S., assignor to Tlie ilidland Steel Products 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Tension compensator. 
2,130.916 ; Sept. 20. 

Begg, Russell S., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The Mid- 
land Steel Products Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Hy- 
draulic brake system. 2,130,835 ; Nov. 15. 

Begg, Russell S., Cleveland Heights, and G. C. R. Kuiper, 
assignors to The Midland Steel Products Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Hydraulic brake. 2,125,266 ; Aug. 2. 

Beges. .lames E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Companv. Selectivity control. 2,133,128 ; 
Oct. 11. 

Beggs, Richard O., Arp, Tex. Shut-off valve. 2,107,975 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Begley, James G., Albany, N. Y. Exercise device. 
2,120,443 ; Aug. 9. 

Beglinger, Edward. (See Sherrard, E. C, Beglinger, 
Hohf, and Bateman.) 

Begun. Semi, assignor to C. Lorenz Aktiengesellschaft, 
Berlin-Tenipelholf, Germany. Clutch mechanism for 
electromagnetic sound recording and reproducing de- 
vices. 2,108,426 ; Feb. 15. 

Begun, Semi J. (See Uurst. I. F.. Begun, and Barnett.) 

Begun, Semi J., New York, I. F. Durst, Great Neck, and 
H. Barnett, assignors, by mesne assignments, to C. 
Tucker, New York, N. Y. Signaling system. 2,137,302 ; 
Nov. 22. 

Behle, Joseph W., assignor to The Murray Company, 
Dallas, Tex. Doffing brush cylinder. 2,135,478 : Nov. 8. 

Beliling. George J., Croton-on-Hudson. and N. Dvkstra, 
Ossining. N. Y. Safetypin. 2.129.191 ; Sept. 6. 

Behnke, Edward C, Chicago, 111. Line securing device. 
2,131,162; Sept. 27. 

Behnke, Everett E. H., assignor to The E. and B., Mani- 
towoc, Wis. Loose leaf book binders. 2,124.282 ; July 
19. 

Behnke, Mai O., assignor to The Yale & Towne Manu- 
facturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Combination pad 
lock. 2.112,979 ; Apr. 5. 

Behr, Gustave E.. assignor to National Lead Company, 
New York, N. Y. Jletal recovery process. 2,124,180 : 
July 19. 

Behr. Gustave E., Sewaren, N. J., assignor to National 
Lead Company, New York, N. Y. Refining metal. 
2,125,329 ; Aug. 2. 

Behr, Harry C. A., and J. J. Eck, assignors to Yorktown 
Electric Roaster Manufacturing Corporation, York, Pa. 
Automatic roaster. 2,105.778; Jan. 18. 

Behr. Leo, Glenside, assignor to Leeds & Northrup 
Companv, Philadelphia, Pa. IMeasuring apparatus. 
2.113.928; Apr. 12. 

Behr, Leo, and A. J. Williams, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa., and 
J. V. Adams, New Rochelle. N. Y., assignors to Leeds 
& Northrup Companv, Philadelphia. Pa. Recorder and 
control system. 2,124,684 ; July 26. 

Belir-.Manning Corporation. (See Baker, James H., as- 
signor.) 

Behr-Maiining Corporation. (See Oglesby, Nicholas E., 
assignor.) 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Ross, Colin A., as- 
signor.) 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Schacht, Elmer C, as- 
signor.) 

Behre, Johannes, Hamburg-Klein-Borstel, assignor to 
Lehmann & Voss & Compan.v, Hamburg. Germany. 
Rubber compounds and making same. 2,112,802 ; Mar. 
29. 

Behre, Johannes, Hamburg-Klein-Borstel, assignor to 
Lehmann & Voss & Company, Hamburg. Germany. Re- 
claiming vulcanized rubber. 2,112,803 ; Mar. 29. 

Behrend, Jerome B., et al. (See Kriegsfeld, Louis, as- 
signor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Behrendt, Gerhard, Duisburg-Laar, Germany. Chill for 
continuous string casting. 2,131,307 ; Sept. 27. 

P.ehrens, Herbert C. (See Mars, T. H., and Behreus.) 

Behrens, Herbert C. (See Schmidt, G. H., and Behrens.) 

Behrens, Herbert C, Woodlyn, Pa. Gear transmission. 
2,131,531 ; Sept. 27. 

Behrens, Teodoro A., King's Cross, London, England, as- 
signor, by mesne assignments, to The Union Switcli & 
Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Alternating current 
control apparatus. 2,107,360 ; Feb. 8. 

Behringer, Alfred, Flushing, assignor to Speedry 
Gravure Corporation, New York, N. Y. Pump tor ink 
circulating systems. 2,115,325 ; Apr. 2G. 

Behringer, Karl, Mannheim, assignor to I. G. Farbenin- 
(Uistrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Ger- 
many. Production of improved wa.x emulsions. 
2,128,025 ; Aug. 23. 

Behrman, Abraham S., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Infllco Inc. Filter treatment. 
2.123,0!)2 ; .Tuly 5. 

Behrmann, Harold E., assignor of one-half to F. M. 
AIcHale, Indianapolis, Ind. Journal box. 2,141,897 ; 
Dec. 27. 

Beieher, Earl I. (See Owens, C. A., White, and Belcher.) 

lifiderbeckp, Charles H., Rochester, assignor to Interna- 
tional Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Typewriting machine. 2,114,261 ; Apr. 12. 

Beight, William, Youngstown, Ohio. Curtain stretcher. 
2,126,606 ; Aug. 9. 

Beik, Frederick A., Long Beach, Calif., assignor to Pacific 
Coast Borax Company. Fusing borates. 2,124,101 ; 
July 19. 

Beil, Forrest F.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to Curtis 
Companies Incorporated. Clinton, Iowa. Frame con- 
struction. 2,117.209 ; May 17. 

Beilenson, Bernard, Harrow Weald, England, assignor, Dy 
mesne assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey 
City, N. J. Preparing pseudo-cyanino dyes. 2,120,322 ; 
June 14. 

Beimann, Elizabeth, administratrix. (See Beimann, Wil- 
helm.) 

Beimler, Henry C. Plioebus, Va. Garment hanger. 
2,122,309 ; June 2X. 

Eeinmann, Wilhelni, deceased ; E. Beinmann, administra- 
trix, assignor to In-. C. Otto & Company, G. m. b. H., 
Bochum, Germany. Door for horizontal oven cham- 
bers. 2,126,2.39 ; Aug. 9. 

Beisang, Alfred O., assignor to Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 
Minn. Pencil. 2,116,136 ; May 3. 

Beisel, Rex B., West Hartford, assignor to United Aircraft 
Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Engine cooling 
means. 2,134,774 ; Nov. 1. 

Bcissinan, John B. (See Schafer, R. A., Muhl, Opel, and 
lieissman.) 

Beiswenger, Gustave A. (See Whiteley, J. M., and Beis- 
wenger. ) 

Beiswenger, Gustav A., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Compan.v. Recovery of solvent In 
solvent treating proce.sses. 2,115,003; Apr. 26. 

Beiter, Prank, Long Island City, N. Y. Hair clip. 
2,106,561 ; Jan. 25. 

Beitler, Lewis E., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Kimble 
Glass Company, Vineland, N. J. Closure and applying 
the same. 2,110,901 ; June 7. 

Eoitman, Albert B., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
French Itenovating Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Scrub- 
bing machine for floors and floor coverings. 2,121,649 ; 
June 21. 

Bejarano, Julio G., Pittsburg, assignor to Shell Develop 
ment Conipany, San Francisco, Calif. Temperature 
control iiioccsis .nnd niin.-initns. 2.1.'?0 ?.ri1 : Dec. 6. 

Bekan, Allda M., New York, N. Y. Combination bracelet 
and knitting yarn holder. 2.125,267: Aug. 2. 

Belaiigcr, Jdlm, Los Angele.s. (,'alif. Top l^astener for 
ciisi'iiieiit windows. 2,124,226; July 19. 

Belli r, Herlx'Pt. (See Kllnedinst, M. S., Cunby, and 
Belar.) 

Belar, Herbert. I'liiladelphla, Pa., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Signal responsive device. 
^,125,879 ; Aug. 9. 

BebiHchk, Alfred ().. and H. K. Schoen, Corona. N. Y. 
Elect rlcally oiierateil combination set for the dressing 
table. 2,M0,.'!()7 ; Dec. 13. 

BelnHli, Consl.ipil iiic A., iisHlgnor to I'Vllowcraflers In- 
corpora led, I'.oHlon, Mass. Hand weaving frame. 
2.1 IK,M2 ; Mav 24. 

Belclicr, n:ii< nee F. (.See Luiek, R. N., and Belclicr.) 

Helclier, Cluiincc I'"., Sonlli Milwiinkee, Wl.f., iiHHignor to 
K. I. dn I'mit (\r Ncnninis .*i CoMip.inv, Wilmington, 
Del. l-rcparlng 2 li/,-l'-ililnn/:iiilhr<)nyl. 2, 1, '1(1, 908 ; 
Nov. 15. 

Belcher, Diiiiiil, asHigtior (o lieniLs Bro, I'.ag Co., Mln 
neapollH, Minn. Container. 2,128,904 ; Sept. (1. 

Belclicr, Wiilter I'!., Tncoiiia, uHHlgnor of oneliulf to A. W. 
Pratt, Sentlle, WnBli. Lamp fixture. 2,136,309; Nov. 

in. 

Helden, Albert G,, aHulgtior to Norton Comimnv, Worcester, 

Mmhh. Grinding Mi.ieliln<>. 2. 1 l,'i.67K ; .\[)r. 26. 
Beldeii, Albert (',., MHHignor to Norton Company, Woroes- 

lor, MiiHM. Work HupporllnK and rotulInK inecImnlHin. 

2.121,726 ; June 21. 
Uelden, All)ert (',., iiHHlgnor to Norlrju Compniiy, Worci'H 

ter, MaHH. Cvllnilrleiil grinding niiielilne. 2, 1.'l2.t)24 ; 

Oct. II. 



Belden, Albert G., and R. A. Cole, assignors to Norton 

Company, Worcester, Mass. Hydraulic wheel feed. 

2,113.367 ; Apr. 5. 
Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Andre, Gustaf E., 

assignor.) 
Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Karst, Howard C, 

assignor.) 
Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Kollath, Francis 

C, assignor.) 
Beler, Ernest. (See Luery, M., and Beler. ) 
Belfield, H., Company. (See Goehring, Francis R., as- 
signor. ) 
Belford, Uriah, Golconda, 111., assignor of one-half to 

C. Lightner. Engine. 2,108,740 : Feb. 15. 
Belfrage, Frank R., Kansas City, Mo. Syringe. 

2,139,653 ; Dec. 13. 
Bel Geddes, Norman, assignor to Servel, Inc., New York, 

N. Y. Refrigerator. 2,127,212 ; Aug. 16. 
Beliaeff, Stephen B., Malverne, N. Y. Hair waving or 

curling device. 2,122,509 ; July 5. 
Belk, Charles R., Sr., Bessemer, Ala. Tube container for 

milk bottle caps. 2,136,962 ; Nov. 15. 
Belknap, George J., assignor to The Belknap Manufactur- 
ing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Beer faucet. 

2,135,298 ; Nov. 1. 
lielknap, John H., Wilkinsburg, .nssignor to Westinghouse 

Electric & iNIanufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh. 

Pa. Emergency stop - and - reverse motor control. 

2.130.832 : Sept. 20. 
Belknap Manufacturing Company, The. (See Belknap, 

George J., assignor.) 
Bell, Alfred B., Philadelphia, Pa. Printer's type cabinet. 

2,106,163 ; Jan. 25. 
Bell, Alfred B., Gardner, Mass. Metallic partitioning. 

2,132,601 ; Oct. 11. 
Bell, Alfred B., Gardner, assignor to Heywood-Wakefield 

Company, Boston, Mass. Cam-type reversible car-seat 

base. 2,123,927 ; July 19. 
Bell, Angus S., Spondon, near Derby, England, assignor 

to Celanese Corporation of America. Production of 

composite yarns. 2.134.022 ; Oct. 25. 
Bell, Antoinette P., Hastings, N. Y. Antiglare goggles. 

2,120,727 ; June 14. 
Bell, Arthur R., assignor to Wm. H. Horn & Brother, Inc., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Truss. 2.108.521; Feb. 15. 
Bell, Charles C., Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 

Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Skiving 

machine. 2,134,809 ; Nov. 1. 
Bell, Charles L., assignor to Lubbers & Bell Manufacturing 

Company, Clinton, Iowa. Fly swatter. 2,104,140 ; 

Jan. 4. 
Bell, Charles R., Rosharon, Tex. Conveyer belt. 

2,122.052 ; June 28. 
Bell, Charles W., deceased, Westfield, N. J. ; E. H. Bell, 

temporary administratrix. Automatic defrosting of re- 
frigerating systems. 2,123,073: July 5. 
Bell, Dillwyn M., Oak Park, assignor to Dudley Lock 

Corporation, Chicago, 111. Permutation lock. 

2,123,270 ; July 12. 
Bell, Dillwyn M., River Forest, assignor to Dudley Lock 

Corporation, Chicago. III. Kev and permutation op- 
erated padlock. 2,133,528: Oct. 18. 
Bell. Edwin J., assignor to The Bell Machine Company, 

Oshkosh, Wis. Match book machine. 2,137,072 ; Nov. 

15, 
I'.ell, Edythe H., temporary administratrix. (See Bell, 

Charles W.) 
Bell. Frank V. (See Bell, .lolin W., assignor.) 
Bell, Howard H., Schenectady. N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Trallic-signallng system. 2,124,302 ; 

July 19. 
Hell & Howell Company, The. (See Howell, Albert S., 

assignor.) 
Bell & Howell Con\pany, The. (See Stechbart, B., and 

Brueske, nsslgnors.) 
Bell, James II. (See Dinloy. Clarence I<\. assignor.) 
Bell, John A., Jackson, Allcli. Combination portable 

pocket light an<l camera unit. 2,138,72;?; Nov. 20. 
Bell, John W.. Toronto. Ontario, assignor of onet wenllelh 

to V V. I!ell. St. C.i(harin(>s, Ontario, Canada. Pack- 
aging. 2.113,<)7S : Apr. 12. 
Bell, Jos<>pb, Cincinnati, Olilo. Signnllng dovlco. 

2.122,508; July 5. 
Bell, .Fosepli D.. San Francisco, Calif. Twin bed couch. 

2,120,962 ; June 21. 
Bell Machine Company, The. (Soo Bell, Edwin J,, as- 

Blgnor. ) 
Bell Machine Company, The. (Sec nell, Morris A., fts- 

Klgnor. ) 
Bell. Mllo C. (S.i" HolmcH, TI. B., Blood, and Bell.) 
Bell, MorrlH A., assignor to The Bell MmcIiIuo (^>nlpMlly, 

OHhkoHli, Wis. Miiteh dl8i>lny luul holder. 2,i:U1.080; 

Nov. ir>. 
Bi-ll Pnneli Conipnny. (See Blnek, II. P.. and I>e|;i>n, 

IIHnlmiOIH. ) 

Bell, llayiMond T.. Dehivnn, Wis., iiRBlenor to Tho Gporffo 

W. llorg Coriiorallon, ChlcMKO. 111. MnkluK whooft. 

2.125.8(1(1 ; Aug. 9. 
Bell Teleplione LiilioriitorleK, IneitrponUod. ( .-^i-e .\(Tel, 

llcriuan A., MHHignor. ) 
Itell Telephone I .iihorMlorleH. Inror|mrnl(Ml. t.See All.en. 

( ". II. ami IliMlee. iiNNlglinrR. ) 
Hell Telephone I.MliorMtiirieH, Inrorporiited. (See MlUon 

Hewell W., iiNNlKiior. ) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 193S 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ander- 
son, E. N., and (Getz and Ulrich, assignors).) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ander- 
son, F. B., Mallinckrodt, and Stillwell, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Atkins, 

George E., assig:nor. ) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Augus- 

tadt, Herbert W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bachelet, 

A. E.. and Brand, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 

Bachelet, A. E., and Gibson, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bailey, 

Arnold B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 

Baldwin, Millard W., Jr., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Barber, 

Charles C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Barber, 

C. C, and McWilliams, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bartgis, 

Charles P.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Basconi, 

Henry M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Baum- 

falk, John, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bielin^ 

Carl A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bjorn- 

son, Bjorn G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bjorn- 

son, B. G., and Bryant, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Black, 

Harold S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Black, 

H. S., and Van Tassel, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Black, 

Knox C, assignor.) 
Cell Telephone i.aboratories. Incorporated. (See Black- 
man. R. B.. and Lakatos, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Blake, 

Foster B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Blaunt, 

F. E., and Husta, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Blount, 

Frank E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Blount, 

Nelson, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Board- 
man, Edward M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bobis, 

Stephen, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bode, 

Hendrik W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bowen, 

Arnold E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bowne, 

Langford J., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bowne, 
L. J., Lamberty, and Stokely, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Broad- 
well, Howard, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Brown, 
Wolfe W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bruce, 
Edmond, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Buden- 
bom, Horace T., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Burgess, 
Alfred A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Burton, 
Everett T., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Burwell, 
John A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Busch, 
Aloysius J., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Car- 
penter, Warren W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 'Car- 
penter, W. W., and iMallina, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Car- 
penter, W. W., and Matthies, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Car- 
penter, W. W., and Reynolds, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Caru- 
thers, Robert S., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Chaffee, 

Joseph G., assignor.) 
Rell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cioffi, 

Paul P., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Clark, 

J. E., and Ronci, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Clark, 

J. E., Ekstrand, and Ronoi, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Clark, 

James E., assignor.) 
Boll Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Clarke, 

Harry R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Collis, 

R. E., and Myers, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cor- 

win, T. L., assignor, and Swezey and Watson.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cousins, 

Van M., assignor.) 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cox, 
Leslie R., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cox, 
L. R., and Terry, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cramer, 
Walter W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cramer, 
W. W., and Cummings, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Craw- 
ford, Arthur B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cruser, 
Victor I., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cum- 
mings, G. C, and Hearn, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 
Curtis, Austen M., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Curtis, 
Harold E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Darling- 
ton, Sidney, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Davis, 
Kingsbury PI., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Davis- 
son, Clinton J., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dehmel, 
Richard C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See De 
Lange, Owen E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Depew, 
Charles, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Depew, 
C, and Ronci, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dickie- 
son, Alton C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dietze, 
E., and Foley, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dimond, 
Thomas L., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dixon, 
John T., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dixon, 
J. T., and Kreer. assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Doba, 
Stephen, Jr., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Doma- 
lesld, Joseph V., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dring, 
Arthur W.. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dubuar, 
Arthur S., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dudley, 
Homer W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Eckberg, 
Curtis R., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ed- 
wards, P. G., Jordan, and Sliackleton, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 
Eighmey, David T., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ellis, 
W. C, and Greiner, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Elmer, 
Lloyd A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Engel- 
hardt, George B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fair, 
Irvin E., assignor.) 

Bell Teleiilione Laboratories Incorporated. (See Feldman, 

C. B. 11.. and I'olkinghorn. assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Field, 

Joseph C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fisher, 

J. R., and Mallinckrodt, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Flegal, 

J. R., and Priessman, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fondil- 

ler, William, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fuller, 

Calvin S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboraiories. Incorporated. (See Gan- 
nett, Danforth K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See German- 
ton, Charles E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 

Given, Frederick J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Glass, 

Myron S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 

Goehner, William R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See GofC, 

Harold W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incerporated. (See Gray, 

Frank, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Green, 

Charles W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 

Greenall, Charles H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, (See Green- 

idge, Ralph M. C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratorie.-;, Incorporated. (See 

Greig, John AV., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hale, 

Douglas A. S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hale, 

D. A. S., and Ronci, assignors.) 



LI>ST OF PATENTEES 



00 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hall, 
Arthur G., assignor.) 

lir]\ Ti'lcpliuiie Laboratories, Incorporated. -(See Hall, 
(). ('., and Toonioy, as.signors. ) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Halligan, 
Clair W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hamp- 
ton, L. N., and Smith, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone liaboratories, Incorporated. (See Hardy, 
Frank, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Harley, 
Jolin B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Harley, 
Joseph J., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Har- 
rison, Henry C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratoi'ies, Incorporated. (See Harri- 
son, H. C, and Pope, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hearn, 
Richard B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Heising, 
Raymond A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hersey, 
Ralph E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hick- 
man, Clarence N., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hick- 
man, C. N., and Kingsbury, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hight, 
Stuart C, assignor.) 

Bell Teleplione Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Holden, 
William II. T., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hov- 
land, Henry, assignor.) 

Bell Tel''|ihone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Iluber, 
George H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hunt, 
Franklin L., assignor.) 

Bell Teleplion(? Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hysko, 
Jolin L., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone liaboratories, Incorporated. (See Ives, 
Herbert E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Jeanne, 
Arniand L., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Johnson, 
J. B,, and Kanmierer, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See John- 
ston, Donald F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Jutson, 
Robert P., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kahl, 
Henry, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kalb, 
Robert M., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kan- 
nenberg, Walter F., assignor.) 

Bell T(^lephi)n(! Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 
Kater, Joseph A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone [..aboia lories, Incoi porated. (See Keckler. • 
C. W., and Oslen S.'iclii'M, assis^Mors.) 

Bell Teleplione Jyal)Oia(oiies, Incorporated. (See Keller, 

A. C, and Rafuse, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboralories, Incoi'poialecl. (,Se(! Kelsny, 

LeRoy W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone," Jjaboratories, Incorporated. (See Kendall, 

B. W.. and Mitchell, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone I.,at)ora(ories, Tiicorpoi'ated. (See King, 

A. P., and Uuhs(>II, assignors.) 
Bell I'eleplione Lal)<)ra(ories, Inenrijoi'aled. (See King, 

(Jerald V., asslgnoi'.) 
Bell Tel('i)hone I/.iboratories, Incorporated. (See King, 

Ralph 10., assi^^nor.) 
liejl Tejephoni' L;il)Oralories, Ineorpor.ile<l. (See Kinlci'ad, 

l''iillc'i'l()n S., a.ssignor. ) 
Bell 'J'eleplione Ijal)oratories, lni'ori)ora(ed. (See Kinsley, 

'I'lioiiias <;., assignor.) 
r.i-ll 'IVni'plioTii' Laboralories, Ineori/oraled. (See Kiiizcr, 

.1. I'., .and Wilson, asslgnoi-s.) 
Bell Triephone ly.'ibor.'ilorles, Incorporaled. (Se(! Klein. 

Cliiirles II., assignor.) 
R(!ll Teleiilione J>al)oralorles, Incorpoi'ated. (Sec Klein- 

Nanf, J. I)., .and Martin, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboralories, Incorporated. (See Kuoop, 

William A., iissignor.) 
Hill 'i"ele|jlione La lioia I (iiies, Incorporaled. (See Knoll, 

William M., assignor.) 
r.ell 'rdi'iilione LalmnilorleH. Incoriioraled. (Si!e Knowl 

Ion, ('. S., and Splcei'. assiirnors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboralories, Tncorporated. (See Koernor, 

I;nwrenco F., assignor.) 
Hell Tele|)li(ine Labora I oi ies, Incorporaled. (See Korn, 

l''rnnl<lin A., asslgiioi-, ) 
Itejl Teleidione Lnboraloili's, Incorporated. (See Kri-er, 

Jolin <!.. Jr., asNlgnoi'. ) 
liell Telephone Lnliorjilniics. I nem |)i)ra(iMl, (See Kiilm. 

.(olin J., aHsignor. ) 
Hell Ti'leplione Ljiliornlorli'S, Ineoiporali'd. (See Kunt/., 

I''i'a?il( A., asNlgnor.) 
r.ell Telrphone Iiabiirnloiles, IncorpiiialiMl. (Si'O I.iiU'o, 

.loHi'pli r., nsHlgnoi'.) 
liell Tileiihone LalmrulorlcN. hnoipoi.iliMl. (See I.akaloM, 

lOniory, MMslgnor.) 
Itell TelepliolK' IjMbonilorleH, Illiiii pnrii lid. (See 

l,jiiiibcrly, l''rederlek I{., nHNlKiior.) 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lang, 

A. G., and ISeely, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lang, 

W. Y., assignor, and Watson.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Large, 

W. V. K., and Locke, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Laskey, 

William G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lewis, 

Herbert A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Llew- 
ellyn, Frederick B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Locke, 

George A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Low, 

Frank K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lum, 

George R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (SeeMagrath, 

Arthur C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Harri- 
son, Warren A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Marshall, 

Robert N., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mar- 
shall, Tola A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mas- 

sonneau, Robert F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Mat- 

thies, William H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mattke, 

Charles F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See May, 

David T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See McCor- 

mick, Cf. G., and Sheatsley, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mead, 

Edward D., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Means, 

Winthrop J., assignor.) 
Rell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mel- 
hose, Alfred E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Melick, 

John M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Menden- 

hall, Halani E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mer- 

riam, Francis F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Meszar, 

J., and Wiese, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Miller, 

Albert H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Miller, 

Ralph L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mitchell, 

Doren. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Monk, 

Newton, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Jlor- 

ton, Edmund R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Myers, 

Oscar, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Nelson, 

.Stanley F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Norton, 

Edward I;., assignor.) 
Bell Teleiilione Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Norton, 

E. Ti., and Wiel;, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Nyquist, 

Harry, assignor.) 
r.ell Telephone l.aboi-;iloii(>s, Incorporaled. (See Peter- 
son, IOni;(Mie, assignor.) 
Bell Teh'phiine Laboralories, Incorporated. (See I'eterson, 

Liss ('., assignor.) 
Bell Teleplion(> Laboralories, Ineoiiior.aled. (Si>e Pfiin- 

nensliehl. Iliury, assignor.) 
Hell Telephone Laboralories, Incorporated. (See Pollard, 

("liarles E., .assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Power, 

.l.ames It., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone I. a bora lories, Incorpornted. (See Pratt, 

Edward .1., assignor.) 
Bell Teleplione l-aboia lories. Incorporntod. (See Prescott, 

Clinrbs II., Jr., assignor.) 
r.ill 'I'llepbone Laboralorli'S, Incorporated. (See Prileh- 

anl. Wllllaiii T., assignor.) 
r.ell Teliplione Laboratories, Incorporated. (Soo Pnulen. 

Ilari)l<l M.. assignor.) 
Bell Teleplione Lnboralorlos. Incorporated. (See Pullls, 

George .\., asHlgnor.) 
liell Ti'li'pboiie Laboratories, Incorporated. (Sec Riiek, 

.Mols .1., assignor.) 
Hell Teleiilione Liiboratorlos, Incorporated. (Soo Hiiy- 

mond, Itiilpli. iiNNlgnor.) 
lii'll Teleolione l.abor.'itorles, Iiu'orponited. (Seo Rosslor, 

Ralph I')., asMlgiior. ) 
Ilill Til.pli.iiie l.aliorMlorl.s, Iiieorimiiiti'.l. (See RIcliaid, 

CliMrlrs It., nsNlgiior ) 
Hell Telephone l.iilioral orlos, Incorporated. (See Koel;- 

woi)d, George II., .Ir., nNttlKiior.) 
Hell Teb-plioiie Liiboni I orleM, Incorpoiiited. (Si-o UodgiMs, 

Kiirl 1'., iiHNlgnor.) 
Hell Telephone LalionilorleN, Iiioorporiiled. (.Sep Roma- 

now, Fninic F., iisBlgnor. ) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 193S 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ronci, 

Victor L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ritchie, 

George A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Samuel, 

Arthur L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Schafer, 

Arthur H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Scott, 

Herbert J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Shaw, 

Kobert C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Singer, 

Fred J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Skellett, 

Albert M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Smith, 

•T. W., and Thayer, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Smith, 

Phillip H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Snow, 

William B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Snow, 

W. B., and Steinberg, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Soffel, 

Robert O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See South- 
worth, G. C, and King, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Sp.vut, 

Albert B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Sterba, 

Ernst J., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 

Stillwell, Albert L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stokely, 

Ray L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See StoUer, 

Hugh M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Strieby, 

Maurice E.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Subrizi, 

Victor, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Swick- 

ard, Andrew E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Sykes, 

Roger A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Taylor, 

Edmund R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Terry, 

Roy v., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Thomas, 
Upton B., Jr., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Tidd, 
Warren H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Towue, 
Charles C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See 
Trucksoss, David E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ulrich, 
Horace W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Van 
Tassel, Earl K., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Vroom, 
Edward, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wagar, 
Harold N., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Welch, 
Paul v., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wente, 
Edward C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wentz, 
Jesse P., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See White, 
A. H., and Yager, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Whitnev, 
Wiley, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wil- 
liams, Samuel B., assignor.) 

Hell Telephone l^nboratorics. Incorporated. (See Wilson, 
Ira G.. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wrath- 
all, Leishman R., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (Sec Yost, 
Lloyd A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Zupa, 
Frank A., assignor.) 

Bell, Thelma J., Baltimore, Md. Toy. 2,117,133 ; May ]0. 

Bell, William C., Wolverhampton, England, assignor to 
Stewarts and Lloyds Limited, Glasgow, Scotland. 
Manufacture of steel or other metal billets, bars, or 
the like. 2,121,280; June 21. 

Bell, William D., Columbus, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Solar Laboratories, Beaver, Pa. Screen 
stencil and making the same. 2,110,319; Mar. 8. 

Bell, William F, G.. assignor to The McKibbln Neon Incor- 
porated, Norwall;, Conn. Photographic enlarger lamp- 
house. 2,117,7.54; May 17. 

Boll, William L., assignor to G. 11. Chick, Oakland, Calif. 
Bone-setting apparatus. 2,110.414 : Mar. 8. 

Bell, William L., a.ssignor to G. H. Chick, Oakland, Calif. 
Orthopedic appliance. 2,124.102 ; July 19. 

Boll, William JI., Evanston, 111. Air cooling, condition- 
ing, and circulating apparatus. 2,119,038; Jlay 31. 



Bellah, William H., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to J. E. Johnson, Chicago, 111. 
Game apparatus. Re. 20,698 ; Apr. 19. 

Bellamy, John I., Brookfield, 111. Signaling system. 
2,110,192; Mar. 8. 

Bellanca, Frank M., New York, N. Y.. assignor to Miller- 
Bellanca Airplanes Limited, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 
Airplane construction. 2.140.783; Pec. -0. 

Bellanca, Giuseppe M., Wilmington, Del. Wing structure, 
2,111,274 ; Mar. 15. 

Bellanca, Giuseppe M., Newcastle, Del. Airplane. 
2,135.096 ; Nov. 1. 

Bellavance, Paul J., Attleboro, Mass. Bracelet and nialc- 
ing the same. 2,108.247 ; Feb. 15. 

Belle Isle, A. L. (See Hicks, James A., assignor.) 

Bellem, Louis H. L., Asnieres, France. Injection device 
for internal combustion engines. 2,124,133 ; July 19. 

Belleville, Paul, Paris, France, assignor to Compagnie 
Generale de Telegraphie sans Fil. Regenerative re- 
ceiver. 2,125,982 ; Aug. 9. 

Bellinger, Marvin D., Brownville, N. Y. Valve. 
2,115,247 ; Apr. 26. 

Bellis, Joseph, St. Paul, Minn. Valve. 2,116,556 ; May 10. 

Bellm, Anton, Dresden, Germany, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric switch gear. 2,141,898 ; 
L>ec. 27. 

Bellman, Norman S., London, England. Portable building. 
2,124,242 • July 19. 

Belio, Pablo D. (See Jiminez, A. F., and Bello.) 

Belloc, Maurice, assignor to Societe Nobel Francalse, Paris, 
France. Manufacture of vinyl resins. 2,105,208 ; Jan. 
11. 

Belloc, Maurice II., assignor to Societe Nobel Frnncaise, 
Paris, France. Waterproof compound. 2,115,797 ; 
Jlay 3. 

Bellone, Alfred F. S., Lyon, assignor to Societe des Usines 
Chimiques Rhoue-Poulenc, Paris, France. Manufacture 
of manganese dioxide. 2,122,735 ; July 5. 

Belluche, Frank R., Racine, Wis. Sheet feeding machine. 
2,127,714; Aug. 23. 

Belluche, Frank R., Racine, Wis. Sheet feeder. 2,138,995 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Bells, George A., Los Angeles, Calif. Radius turning ap- 
paratus. 2,124,-902 ; July 26. 

Belmont, John, Brooklyn, assignor to Lebeckbo, Incorpo- 
rated, New York, N Y. Container closure. 2,117,075 ; 
May 10. 

Belmont, Max J., New York. N. Y. Shower bath. 
2,120,774 ; June 14. 

Belmont, Max J., New York, N. Y. Fluid impregnating 
device. 2,135,932 ; Nov. 8. 

Belmont Radio Corporation. (See Marholz, Richard C, 
assignor. 

Belmont Radio Corporation. (See Mattes, Harold C, as- 
signor.) 

Belmont Radio Corporation. (See McWeeny, John L., as- 
signor.) 

Bi^lmont Radio Corporation. (See Plensler, Alexander W., 
assignor.) 

Belmont Radio Corporation. (See Wronke, Louis J., as- 
signor.) 

Belobra.idech. Stefan, Milwaukee, Wis. Display device 
for shop windows. 2,124,997 ; July 26. 

Beloit Iron AVorks. (See Berry, Earl E., assignor.) 

Beloit Iron Worlcs. (See Berry, E. E., Hornbostel, and 
Goodwillie, assignors.) 

Beloit Iron Works. (See Putnam, Charles P., assignor.) 

Belshaw, Charles F., Greenville, Mich. Ice refrigerator. 
2,132,255 : Oct. 4. 

Belshaw, Charles F,, Greenville, Mich. Refrigerator. 
2,132,602 ; Oct. 11. 

Belshaw, Charles F., Greenville, Mich. Refrigerator 
drain. 2,140,308; Dec. 13. 

r.elveal, Slieniuui, Ueliilios, Kans. Disjionsing device. 
2.130.941 : Sept. 20. 

r.em, Joseph P., Oakland, Calif. Brick and block wall 
reinforcing. 2.121.943: June 28. 

Bemelmans, Ernest, Maastricht, Netherlands, assignor to 
Usltall Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Alkali process 
for reclaiming rubber waste. 2,131,685 ; Sept. 27. 

Bemis, Albert F., Newton, assignor to Bemis Industries, 
Incorporated, Boston, Mass. Building construction. 
2,117,934; May 17. 

Bemis, Arthur S., assignor to Speer Carbon Company, 
St. Marys, Pa. Carbonized product and manufacture 
thereof. 2,131,021 : Sept. 27. 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Belcher. Daniel, .issignor.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag. Co. (See Bemis, F. G., and Weeks, as- 
signors.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Brady, Charles V., assignor.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Pierce, R. E., and Linda, as- 
signors.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Rowe, William W., assignor.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Young, C. T., and Brady, as- 
signors.) 

Bemis & Call Company. (See Denerlch, Anthony J., 
assignor.) 

Bemis, Farwell G., Brooklino, and A. N. Weeks, North 
Scituate, Mass., assignors to Bemis Bro. Bag Co., St. 
Louis, Mo. Method of and apparatus for printing. 
2,128,343; Aug. 30. 

Bemis Industries, Incorporated. (See Bemis, Albert F., 
assignor.) 

Bemis, Kenneth E., Oakland, Calif. Making pie crusts. 
2,111,021 ; Mar. 15. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



57 



Bemis, Kenneth E., Oakland, Calif. Hot cake server. 

2,132,374 ; Oct. 11. 
Bemis, Kenneth E., Oakland, Calif. Barbecue machine. 

2,138,813 ; Dec. 6. 
I'.L'uiis.s ijorjiorarion. (See Bemi.ss, Robert P., assignor.) 
r.einiss, Koberl P., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to 

Bemiss Cornorarion. Container. 2.130.44.5 : fcieDt. 20. 
P.enade, Walther, Dessau in Anlialt, Germany, assignor 

to General Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Ortho- 

Iivdroxvazo dyes and manufacturing the same. 

2,122,127 ; June 28. 
Benade, Walther^ Dessau in Anhalt, Germany, assignor 

to General Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Or- 

tho-hydroxyazo dyes and producing tlie same. 

2,133,374 ; Oct. 18. 
Benander, Clifford N., Meriden, Conn., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Monowatt Electric Corporation. Press. 

2,135,299 ; Nov. 1. 
Benander, George B., Yalesville, assignor to Jlonowatt 

Electric Corporation, Bridgeport, Conu. Electric re- 
ceptacle. 2,100,588 : Jan. 25. 
Benbow, Curnie L., Euclid, Ohio, assignor to General 

Electric Company. Swaging machine. 2,114,171 ; Apr. 

12. 
Benbow, Burtis W., Benbow, Calif. Traveling electrical 

contactor. 2,115,135 ; Apr. 26. 
Ben-Burk, Inc. (See Kaplan, Jacob, assignor.) 
Bencsik, Alex. (See Drexler, J., and Bencsik.) 
Bendel, Hermann, Berlin, assignor to Siemens & Halske, 

Aktiengosellsohaft, Berlin-Siemensstaxit, Germany, 

!\Iodulator. 2,136,G06 ; Nov. 15. 
ISendcior, William E.. Houston, Tex. Packing device for 

use in woUs. 2,137,997 ; Nov. 29. 
Bender, Harry, Antioch, Calif., assignor to Great Western 

Electro-Chemical Company. Manufacture of nitro- 

methane. 2,105,.'j81 ; Jan. 18. 
Bender, Harry, Antioch, and D. J. Pve, Pittsburg, Calif. 

Glass electrode. 2,117,596 ; May 17. 
I'.ender, Howard L., Bloomfield, N. .T., assignor to Bako- 

lite Corporation, New York, N. Y. Friction material. 

2,114,121 : Apr. 12. 
Bender, Howard L., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Bakolito 

Corporation, New York, N. Y. Flexible compositions. 

2,136,329: Nov. 8. 
Bonder, John C;., Houston, Tex., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Lane-Wells Company, Los Angeles, (jalif. 

Subsurface prosi)ecting device. 2,133,776; Oct. 18. 
Bender, Max, Astoria, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to United Acoustigrapli C^orpnration. Sound re- 
corder and reproducer. 2,107,050 ; Feb. 1. 
Ilonder, Nathaniel A. (See Sandone, Josepli M.. assignor.) 
Bonder, Robert W., assignor to Tnter-(i!oHegiate Press, 

Kansas City, Mo. Plate holder for intaglio printing 

machines. 2,100,078; Jan. 18. 
I'.ender Warrick Corporation. (See Warrick, Cliarles F., 

assignor.) 
Bonder, William. (See Hoffman, P., Bender, and Cook.) 
Bendix Aviation (Corporation. (See Axtmann, Harold G., 

assignor.) 
nendix Aviation tCorporation, (See Bendix. Vincent, as- 
signor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Bock, Clarence H., as- 
signor.) 
r.endix- Aviation Corporation. (See Bohli, Jakob, a.s- 

signor. ) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Broese, Robert P., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Carbonara, Victor E., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corpoiation. (See Carroll, Eugene G., 

assignor.) 
BerKlix Aviation Corporation, (See Carroll, E. G., and 

Taylor, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corjior.nlioii. (Sim' Cejl", CJustave D., 

assignor.) 
I'.endix Aviation (Jorpoi'ation. (See Chandler, Milton E., 

asKignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Chandler, M. 10., and 

Wirth, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Cliappell, IJ. II., and 

Colt, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Chappell, It. R., 

McCormack, and f'olt, assignors.) 
Bendix Avl.ation Corporation. (See Cliappell, R. R., 

McfJoiin.'ick. and Streb. assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Dodge, Adlel Y., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Coiporalion. (Sec I'^iinlc. Fr<'derlck C, 

HNHlgllOI'. ) 

I'.ciiilix Avi/ilion (Jorporallon. (,Soe Kylsky, (iregory V., 

MHsignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Cor |kii:i I i..n f See Ui^inl/, Ralph M.. 

asHignor.) 
I'eiulix .Aviation (Corpoin I luii. (See Hunt, G(>orge II,, as 

Kignor.) 
Bendix Avi.'illon (Joriionil Ion. (See llnnt, Scolt I''., as- 
signor. ) 
Bendix Avlallon Corporation. (See Ihinl, S. I", OlHun, 

and WIrlli, MNslgnors. ) 
BrMidIx Avlallon ('i)r|iiiriil Ion. (See Hurley, l!"y 'l\, UH- 

slgnor. ) 
l!enill\- .XvImMiim ( '<ir|jorn I ion (See JiinieH, Wlllliiin S., 

UHHlgnor.) 
Bendix Avlallon Corponitlnn. (.See Ki'rr, IlrMiry II . Jr., 

iiHHignor.) 



Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Ketay, Morris F., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Ketay, M. F., and 
Peterson, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corijoration. (See Klipsrath, Victor W., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See La Brie, Ludger E., 
assignor.) 

B<'ndix Aviation Corporation. (See La Brie, L. E., and 
Heidloff, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Lempereur, M., and 
Vincent, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Miller, P. M. and 
E. B., assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Morgan, Alfred, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Nowosiclski. Edward 
B., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Olshevsky, Dlmltry 
E., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Price, Harold W. and 
E. R.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Price, Harold W. 
and E. R., assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Reichel, Wladimir A., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Reichel, W. A., and 
Ketay, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation ('orporation. (See Sanford. Roy S., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Rylsky, Gregory V., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation, (See Rylsky, G. V., and 
Cerstvik, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Sanford, Roy S,, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation, (See Sanford, R. S., and 
McConkey, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation C'orporation. (See Scoll. Lloyd H., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Seidenberg. Otto, 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Smith, Marshall A., 
Jr.. assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Spengler, Walter J., 
assignor. ) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Tognola, Tullio, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Ax'intion Coriioration. (See Warren. Kenneth \V.. 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Watts, William S., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Weber, Philip F., 
assignor.) 

Bendix lij-.-iko Coniiian.v. (See Babel, Raymond A., as- 
signor. I 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Carroll, Eugene G., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Fowler. Owen II., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See La Erie, Ludger E., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Turgot, Robert C. L. P., 
assignor.) 

B<'ndi\ Home Appliances. Inc. (See Oliver. Wallace F., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Homo Appliances, Inc. (See Scott, Ray W., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. (See Wells, Franklin H., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Akerman, John, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Allen. James (!., as- 
signor.) 

Bendi.x Products Corporation. (See -Vxlniann, Harold 
G.. .assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Clark, Kondnll. ns- 
sign(n-.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Clarke, Harold E., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (Sep Cole, Don, assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Cunnlnghnm, Marlon 
M., assignor.) 

r.enrlix I'roducls Co]i>ora(Ion. (See Curry, Robert J., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Dnlryniple, Wlllluni 
P., assignor.) 

Bendix rro<lMcts Corjiorutlon. (Soo Erlcson, 0, U., and 
Klasey, asslgnoi-.s. ) 

Itendix I'roducls (*orponUlon. (Si'O Plomlnpt, llorbort J., 
assignor.) 

Iten<llx I'roducls Corponilion. (See Floyd. John M.. ii«- 
slunor.) 

Bendix Products Coiporatlon. (See Frank, Fivderlok C. 
assignor.) 

llendlx I'rodiielM Cnrpornlloii. (Soo OiiUui), DnvUI I,, 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Goppfrlcli. KimI»I|iIi 
A., aNHlgnor. ) 

lleiiillv I'riidiiels Corporalioil. (See Mull. I'ori-y 10. , lis- 
slgnor.) 

IienilU I'roducls ('or|)oriitlou. (See Hunt, ScotC F.. n«- 
Kignor. ) 

llendlx I'I'OiIucIn ('oi'imrnllon. (Sec JolillNon. ("iirl \ 
hhhIkium'.) 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1938 



Bendix Products Corporation. (See Johnson, Wayne R., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Kliesratli, Victor W., 

assignor. ) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See La Brie, Ludger E., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Lafitte. T. J. B., and 

Pradier, assignors.) 
P.piidix Products Corporation. (See Lauer, L6on N.. as- 
signor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Linthwaite, Owen 

C, assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See ilcXeal, Ellis D., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See McWade, R., Jr., and 

Lyndon, assignors.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Mock, Franlj C, 

assignor.) 
Bendix l^roducts Corporation. (See Morphet, Everett C, 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Pontius, George W., 

Jr., assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Press, Carl, assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Price, Harold W., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Price, Harold W., 

and E. R., assignors.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Roberts, Glyn P., as- 
signor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Roche, Clifton, as- 
signor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Rosenberg, Ralph H., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Roth, H. C, and 

Andres, assignors.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Sanford, Roy S., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Smith, Marshall A.. 

\It.. assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Trisler, Milton A., 

assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Wells, Franklin H., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See White, John W., as- 
signor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Whittington, Ralph 

S., assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Wright. William S., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Basim, Donald, as- 
signor.) 
Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Granger, Harold, as- 
signor.) 
Bendix, Vincent, assignor to Bendix .Aviation Corpora- 
tion. Soutli Bend. Ind. Brake. 2.1J0.731 : Dec. 20. 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 

(See Andres, William J., assignor.) 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
- (See Andres. AV. J., and Sanford, assignors.) 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 

(See Eaton, Wilfred A., assignor.) 
Bendix Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 

(See Eaton, W. A., and Torech, assignors.) 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 

(See Rowley, Millard C, assignor.) 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 

(See Russell, Robert C, assignor.) 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Bralce Company. 

(See Sanford, R. S., and Andre, assignors.) 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 

(See Sanford, R. S., and Andres, assignors.) 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 

(See Surdy, Charles J., assignor.) 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 

(See Turek, Thomas J., assignor.) 
Bendix-Westingliouse Automotive Air Bralce Company. 

(See Torech. Stephen, assignor.) 
Bendsil, Van L., and L. J. St. John, Bellingham, Wash. 

Rotary fluid motor. 2,135,161 ; Nov. 1. 
Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, ()hio. Hydraulic weighing 

scale. 2,107,883 ; Feb. 8. 
Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Variable delivery 

pump or motor. 2,111,658 ; Mar. 22. 
Benedek, Elek K.. Bucyrus, Ohio. Hydraulic pump or 

motor. 2,111,659 ; Mar. 22. 
Benedek. Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Rotary radial plunger 

hydraulic apparatus. 2,115,296 ; Apr. 26. 
Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Motor suspension. 

2,123.226 : July 12. 
Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus. Ohio. Variable displacement 

pump and balancing hydrostatic load. 2,126,722: Aus. 

16. 
Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Variable delivery 

pump or motor. 2,129,642 ; Sept. 13. 
Benedek, Elek K.. Bucyrus, Ohio. Variable delivery pump. 

2.129,643 : Sept. 13. 
Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Variable displacement 

pump or motor. 2,137,936; Nov. 22. 
Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Hydraulic positive 

drive pump or motor. 2,138,018 ; Xov. 29. 
P,enedok, Elek K., Mount Gilead. Ohio. Hydraulic pump 

or motor. 2,111,657 ; Mar. 22. 
Bcnedetti, Felix, Clifton. X. J. Bottle holder. 2,128,114 : 

Aug. 23. 
Benedetto, Giuseppe D. M., Barnes, London, England. 

Electric forging. 2,127,625; Aug. 23. 



Benedict, Ernest E., Alpena, Mich. Brake. 2,109,582 : 

Mar. 1. 
Benedict, Erwin E., assignor to The Brearlev Company, 

Rockford. HI. Bathroom scale. 2,108,575 ; Feb. 15. 
Benedict, Erwin E., assignor to The Brearley Company, 

Rockford. III. Bathroom scale. 2,141,236 ; Dec. 27. 
Benedict, Floyd L., Columbus, Ohio. Heater. 2,137,224 ; 

Nov. 22. 
Benedict, Reuben, East Orange, X^. J. Wire screening 

applicator. 2,108,638 ; Feb. 15. 
Benedict, T. X'., Manufacturing Company. (See Tofte, 

Harold, assignor.) 
Benedict, Wayne L., assignor to Universal Oil Products 

Company, Chicago, HI. Removing copper compounds 

from copper-sweetened hydrocarbon oil. 2,138,566 ; 

Xov. 29. 
Benedum, Michael L., et al. (See Rose, James R., as- 
signor.) 

Bener, Christian, Chur, assignor to the firm Raduuer & 
Co. A.-G., Horn, Switzerland. Producing textiles with 
calender finish permanent to washing and product 
thereof. 2,121,005 ; June 21. 

Bener, Christian, Chur, assignor to the firm Raduner & 
Co. A.-G., Horn, Switzerland. Rendering textiles re- 
sistive against shrinking and product thereof. 
2.121.000 : June 21. 

Benford, Frank A., Schenectady, X. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Adjusting reflectors. 2,128,791 ; 
Aug. 30. 

Benge, Frank H., Xorristown, Pa., assignor to Continen- 
tal-Diamond Fibre Company, Xewark, Del. Jlaking 
composite articles. 2,135,380 ; Xov. 1. 

Bengston, Sven E., Stockholm, Sweden. Carburetor. 
2,127,386 ; Aug. 16. 

Benham, Dallas B., Minneapolis, Minn. Vending ma- 
chine. 2,141,851 : Dec. 27. 

Btait, Henri, assignor to Compagnie Generale D'Elec- 
tricite, Paris, France. Lead sheathed cable and pro- 
tecting the lead against corrosion. Re. 20,766 ; June 
21. 

Benjafield. Walter O., Xew York, X". Y. Shoehorn. 
2,118,019 ; May 17. 

Benjamin. Abraham S.. assignor to Teletype Corporation, 
Chicago, HI. Selective signaliut: system. 2,121,182 ; 
June 21. 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, HI., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Cotton harvester. Re. 
20,633 : Jan. 25. ' 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, 111., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Disk plow. 2,136,607 ; 
X'ov. 15. 

Benjamin Electric Mfg. Company. (See McBroom, Clyde 
v., assignor.) 

Benjnniin Electric Mfg. Company. (See Phillips, Paul D., 
assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Mfg. Company. (See Waterbury, John 
H., assignor.) 

Benjamin. Fred H.. Pittsburgh, Pa. Surface tester. 
2,113.290 ; Apr. 5. 

Benjamin, !Mark, Wembley Park, and R, O. Jenkins, Wem- 
bley, assignors to The General Electric Company Lim- 
ited, London, England. Construction of electrodes for 
cathode ray tubes and the like. 2.125,418 ; Aug. 2. 

Benjamin, Merrill G., Lakewood, Ohio, assignor to Minne- 
apolis-Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Feeding mechanism. 2,109,939 ; Mar. 1. 

Benjamin. Ralph, assignor of twenty-five per cent to L. 
Mancini and twentj--five per cent to X. Mancini, Water- 
bury, Conn. Combination lock. 2,136,584 ; Xov. 15. 

Benjamin, Theodore S. (See Benjamin, Walter R. and 
T. S.) 

Benjamin, Walter E., assignor to Pierce Governor Com- 
panv, Anderson, Ind. Vacuum actuated safety system 
for engines. 2,131,264 ; Sept. 27. 

Benjamin, Walter R. and T. S., Granite City, 111. Remov- 
able inner barrel for air guns. 2,117,935 ; May 17. 

Benjohn Laboratories, Inc. (See Dailey, Rollin C, as- 
signor.) 

Bennekamper, Arthur. (See Levy, M. I., and Benne- 
kamper. ) 

Benner, Howard J., assignor to F. W. Sickles Company, 
. Springfield, Mass. Electrical apparatus. 2,136,731 ; 
Nov. 15. 

Benner, Raymond C. (See Ball, A. L., and Benner.) 

Benner, Raymond C. (See Kirchner, H. P., and Benner.) 

Benner, Raymond C. (See Melton, R. L., Benner. and 
Kirchner.) 

Benner, Raymond C, and H. N. Baumann, Jr., assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to The Carborundum Company, 
Xiagara Falls, X. Y. Refractory material. 2,118.143 ; 
May 24. 

Benner, Raymond C, Xiagara Falls, and A. L. Ball, Lewis- 
ton, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The Carborun- 
dum Company," Xiagara Falls, X'. Y. Refiner. 
2,124,393 ; July 19. 

Benner, Raymond C, and R. L. Melton, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to The Carborundum Company, 
Xiagara Falls, X. Y. Making abrasive articles. 
2,124,666 ; July 26. 

Benner, Raymond C. and R. L. Melton, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to The Carborundum Company, 
Xiagara Falls, N Y. Cylinder grinder. 2.125,061 ; 
July 26. 






LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Benner, Raymond C, and R. L. Melton, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to The Carborundum Company, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Coated abrasive product and 
manufacturing the same. 2,128,905 ; Sept. 6. 

Benner, Raymond C, and R. L. Melton, as.signors, by 
mesne assignments, to The Carborundum Company, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Production of flexible abrasive 
articles. 2,128,906 ; Sept. 6. 

Benner, Raymond C, and R. L. Melton, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to Tlie Carborundum Company, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Maldng abrasive coated material. 
2,128,907 ; Sept. 6. 

Benner, Raymond C, and H. N. Baumann, Jr., assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to Carborundum Company, Ni- 
agara Falls. N. Y. Cellular insulating refractory. 
2,136,096 ; Nov. 8. 

Benner, l{aymond C, and G. J. Easter, assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Making 
abrasive articles. 2,136,931 ; Nov. 15. 

Benner, Raymond C, and P. de Leeuw, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to The Carborundum Company, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Manufacture of bonded abrasive 
articles. 2,138,829 ; Dec. 6. 

Benner, Raymond C, and P. de Leeuw, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to Tlie Carborundum Company, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Production of abrasive articles. 
2,138,830 ; Dec. 6. 

Benner, Roland G. (See Henlte, C. O., and Benner.) 

Benner, Russell E. (See Rand, J. H., Jr., and Benner.) 

ISennett, Albert E., JacI<sonville, Fla. Fluid controlling 
mechanism for weighing scales. 2,124,811 ; July 26. 

Bennett, Arthur, San Francisco, Calif. Gummed tape. 
2,109,583 ; Mar. 1. 

Bennett, Arthur F. (See Graves, B. P., and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Arthur H., Logansport, Ind. Brake. 2,107,685 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Bennett, Claude C, South Bond, Ind., assignor to A. E. 
Feragen, Inc., Seattle. Wash. Static and dynamic 
wheel balance tester. 2,127,950 ; Aug. 23. 

Bennett, Claude C, Sotilh Hi'iid, assignor to A. E. Fera- 
gen, Inc., Seattle, Wasli. Heavy-duty dynamometer. 
2,130.833 : Sept. 20. 

I5cnnett, Claude C, Soulli Bend. Ind., assignor to A. E. 
Feragen, Inc., Seat lie. Wash. Wheel balancer — 
Dynamic-type. 2,134,500; Oct. 25. 

Bennett, Claude C, South Bend. Ind., assignor to A. 10. 
Feragen, Inc., Seattle, Wash. Axle press. 2,134,501 ; 
Oct. 25. 

Bennett, Claude C, assignor to A. E. Feragen, Inc., 
Seattle, Wash. Frame straightener. 2,140,686 ; Dec. 
20. 

Bennett-Clark Co. (See Hoover, Charles O., assignor.) 

Bennett, Clement K., as.^ignor to C. H. Wheeler Manii- 
facturing Company, I'liiladelphia, Pa. Liquid lieater. 
2,132,093; Oct. 4. 

Bennett, Clifford W., and B. H. Staats, Denver, Colo. 
Gate valve. 2,109,042; Feb. 22. 

Bennett, Dennis IT., Crniulville, assignor of one-third to 
L. Ilalford and one-lliird 1o W. E. TMIng, Kalnma/oo, 
:\rich. CuHcr or S!fl;U> b.'ir. 2,133.277 ; Oct. 1 8. 

Bennett, Donald E., Milwaukee, Wis. Toilet fixture. 
2,109,564 ; Mar. 1. 

Bennett Fittings. (See Franck, Robert P., assignor.) 

Bennett, Frank S., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral VAi'civ'w. Company. Feed water prehcater. 
2,141,899 ; Dec. 27. 

I'.ennott, (Jeorge E., East Pim idcnce, assignor to Sayles 
Finishing Plants Inc., Saylesville, R. I. Printing tex- 
tile material. 2,112,132 ; Mar. 22. 

Bennett, George L., 'i'erre Haute, Ind. Method of and 
apparatus for mining coal and the like. 2,104,579; 
Jan. 4. 

Bennett, Gc'orge W., Elizabeth, Pa. Pitch paint. 
2,123,560; July 12. 

P.ennett, Gratlan (;., Ilcbor, and W. J. Dallas, Brawley, 
Calif. Loading machine. 2, l.",0,057; Sept. 13. 

Bennett, II. R. (See I'arlcs, Asbury S., assignor.) 

Itennett, Hairy '1'., and C. I'rallier, assignors to Mid 
Continent I'elrolcuiii (Jorpoial ion, Tulsa, OUla. 1-ubri 
cant and niaUing the same. 2,117.076; May 10. 

Bi-nnett, Herbi'i-t O. R., DiKiuesne, Pa. Die rolling bar 
stop. 2,110,257; Mar. S. 

Bi-nnelt, Iluhri-t Ii,, 'I'l.lcilo, Ohio, assignor to Tci 
Icdo Scnli' .MaiMil'.Mcl iiriiig ( 'oiiii)any. l^e^rigeralor. 
2,120,01 1 ; .luiir 7. 

Bennett, Hubert I)., Tob'do, Ohio, nsslgnor to Toledo 
Scale Manufnctiiring Company. Reccptuclo for productH 
of the soil. 2,128,218: Aug. 30. 

r.i'iincti, IiinIi'c a., ,Sli;ii-|isliiirn. I'a,, assignor to National 
KliTlrle Products (.'orpoi-ation. I'Moor (hH'l. 2,1 ;il.;i9;i ; 
Oct. 25. 

lii'iinell, James A. J., Genista, Newton Menrns, Scotland, 
assignor to Autogiro Company of America, Wllluw 
(!rov<'. Pa. Aircraft sii.slalnliig rotor. 2.r_M,()3(; ; .liiiu 
21. 

P.i'niii'lt, JaiiHH A, J., (;( iilslii. Nrwion Mcains. nHslgnm' 
to (i. Ai J. VVclr l,lmlle(l, Gl.iHgow, ScoIImiwI. Torwlonal 
vibration absorbi^r. 2,122,271; JiiiH' 2H. 

Brniiell, .liuiicH A. J., GciilHtii, Newton Mearns, and K. T.. 
IlodgcHH, ( MailfHlon, Srnl inliil, ussli^liorK In ;\iitnglro 
Coni[)nny of Ainirlca, Wllluw (irovi-. I'li. Alrcrafl liav 
Ing i-otal Ive HUHtalnIng wiMgH. 2. ll)5.riS2 : .Ian. IH. 

liinni'll. .(miik'H I,., nSHlgiior (o Hi'M-uIi'H I'owder ('(inipiiliy, 
WlliMlngliiii, Del. Ciiiii'i'Ml riit lug iii|«< oiiH lUiiMioiilii nhUi- 
I Ions. L'.KIH.DM : I'c-li 22. 



Bennett, John M., Passaic, N. J., assignor to Hygrade 
Sylvania Corporation, Salem, Mass. Electric discharge 
tube and the like. 2,111,546 ; Mar. 22. 

Bennett, John W., F. C. Hale, and W. Pool, Spondoa, 
near Derby, England, assignors to Celanese Corporation 
of America. Sliedding mechanism for circular looms. 
2,114,585 ; Apr. 19. 

Bennett, Joseph S., Merlon, assignor to American Engi- 
neering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Furnace wall. 
2,111,605 ; Mar. 22. 

Bennett, Joseph S., Merlon, assignor to American Engi- 
neering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for 
distributing granular or pulverulent material. 
2,133,798 ; Oct. 18. 

Bennett, Joseph S., Merion, assignor to American En- 
gineering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Furnace stoker. 

2.135.697 ; Nov. 8. 

Bennett, Joseph S., Merion, assignor to American En- 
gineering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Furnace stoker. 

2.135.698 ; Nov. 8. 

Bennett, Nicholas, Widnes, England, assignor to Imperial 

Chemical Industries Limited. Manufacture of plastic 

masses. 2,136,270; Nov. 8. 
Bennett, Norman F., Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. Oil 

burner construction. 2,135,786 ; Nov. 8. 
Bennett, Ray A., and M. A. Sneed, Long Beach, Calif. 

Advertising sign. 2,105,209 ; Jan. 11. 
Bennett, Richard G., Emporium, Pa., assignor to Hygrade 

Sylvania Corporation, Salem, Mass. Electron discharge 

tube. 2.118,002 : May 17. 
Bennett, Robert B., Overbrook Hills, Pa., assignor to 

Container Corporation of America, Chicago, 111. Con- 
tainer. 2,111,382 ; Mar. 15. 
Bi'unett, Robert N., and C. L. George, assignors to Tlie 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Comijany, Findlay. Ohio. 

Tread "means for double tired wheels. 2,110.587 ; Mar. 8. 
Bennett, Ross G., Fairfield, Conn, assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to C. W. Abbott, Larchmont, N. Y. Pend- 
ant receptacle. 2,124,943; July 20. 
Bennett, V. Ray, Pasadena, and G. G. Budwig, Burbank, 

assignors to Budwig Manufacturing Company, Burbank, 

Calif. Beverage dispensing apparatus. 2,132,011; 

Oct. 4. 
Bennett, Wilbur, Gouldsboro, assignor to The Early 

Foundry Company, Dickson City, Pa. Concealed hinge 

construction. 2,114,644; Apr. 19. 
Bcnninfjer, John M., Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to 

I'^annie Tannenbaum, New York, N. Y. Hat form. 

2,125,098 ; July 26. 
Benninghofen, Paul, et al., trustees. (See Dlesbach, Fritz 

G., assignor.) 
Benninghofen, Paul, et al. (See Waechter, Harry J., as- 
signor. ) 
Bennion, Leslie II., and W. A. Smart, Leicester, England. 

Counter molding machine. 2,118,393 ; May 24. 
Benoit, Constant A., assignor to Permatex Company, 

Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Leak-sealing and rust-prevent- 
ing CDiiipositioii. 2.129.459; ■'^ejit. 6. 
Benoit, Francois P. C, Paris, France. Apparatus for 

projection of molten pulverized bodies. 2,125,764; 

Aug. 2. 
Benoit, Joseph P., Alton, 111., assignor to Owens-Illinois 

Glass Company. Dual lehr loader. 2,113,929; Apr. 12. 
Benoit, I^eon, New York, N. Y., and C. C. Moth, Tenafly, 

N. .1. ; said Moth assignor to said Benoit. Sealing 

mechani.sm. 2,116,2.59 ; May 3. 
Benoit, Loon, New York, N. Y. Carton. 2,138,019 ; Nov. 

29. 
Benoit, Oliver A., Lawrence, Mass. Fiber receiving de- 

vioe. 2,141,782: Dec. 27. 
Bensel, Duryea, assignor, by mesne assignments, to \. 

Borden. New York, N. Y. Dispensing spout carton. 

2,132,925 ; Oct. 11. 
P.ensemann, lOdward IT. T. (See Knapp, P. V.. Senior, 

McNabb. and l!ens(>niann.) 
Benson, Andrew, Wilmette, 111. Power transmitting 

mechanism. 2,109.227; Feb. 22. 
r.cMson, .Xiidrcw. (See Sclniiid. T.. Jr.. and Benson.) 
Benson, AndrcMV. Wilmette. assignor to Clilcapo Metal 

Ihisi' Corporation, M.avwood, 111. Machine and making 

corrug.ited tubing. 2,1.'!9.714 ; Deo. 13. 
Menson, Hirnlia it A., assignor to Chicago lOli'CtrIc Mami 

lactiuing Coiiipaiiv, Chicago, 111. Electric corn popper. 

2,1 i;!,0 11 : Apr. 5. 
Benson, Edward 10., assignor of one-half to E. P. Snilfli, 

I'rovidence, 1{. I. Storm window. 2,107,021); Fob. 8. 
r.onsoii, Iliiny l>. (Src I'axlon, C, (' , Ilensoii. and John- 

son.) 
Benson, .lolin It., Fast St. Louis, 111. Propeller Rimnl. 

2.135,162 ; Nov. 1, 
Benson, .lo.siph 10. Crdar Itaplds, Iowa. Oy»tt>r "peuer. 

2,13:i,.'^i2l»; Oct. 18. 
lleiiHoii, Law ii'iice. Wiiyland, Diierr Township, AUoenn 

Coniilv, Midi. I'Msh reel biiike. 2. I21».9t);» ; Sept. 1«. 
Heiil. I''iaiiUlln A., Bc>rk<'ley, assignor to Shell Develoimjenf 

Coiiipany, San l''ranrlHco, CiiUr. Production of Iiydriiti'd 

olellnoN." 2,1117.5 15: Feb. 8. 
Ilent, Lcavlll N . Holly Oak. MHslgnor to Ilerculex I'owder 

roiiipaiiv. W lliiilngion. Hid. l\laiuiriict\ir«' of KninUe 

IcNH powder. 2.112.257; Mar. 20. 
Uent, Leiivllt N.. Hollv Oiik, MHslgtior |o II.tcuIoh I'owder 

Company, WlliiiliiKlon, Del. IddnlnK rosin. 2,115,tl71); 

Apr. 2(1. 
llentlry lOnKliieerlng Company Lliulti-d. The. (See Man- 
ger, <". I''., Wiilnwrlglil, and ItiiNwell. iiHHlitnorM.l 
Heiilhv, i>ll\ei' H, 11, NoilolK, MiiNs, lllowei. 2, 120. SOS; 

Sept'. i;i. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Closet bowl step at- 

Bathtub seat attach- 

Garment. 2,127,763 ; 

Grab rail and seat 



Bentley, Oliver D. H., Norfolk, assignor to B. F. Sturte- 

vant Company, Inc., Boston, Mass. Blower drive and 

support. 2,108,703 ; Feb. 15. 
Bentley, Robert H. (See Guett, M., and Bentley.) 
Bentley, Robert H., assignor to The Arrow-Hart & Hege- 

man Electric Company, Hartford, Conn. Snap switch. 

2,109,378 ; Feb. 22. 
Bentley, Robert H., assignor to The Arrow-Hart & liege- 
man Electric Company, Hartford, Conn. Electric tum- 
bler switch. 2,120,423 ; June 14. 
Benton, Cecil R., Vergennes, Vt. Spark plug. 2,139,793 ; 

Dec. 13. 
Benton, James T., Spokane, Wash. Antifogging composi- 
tion. 2,107,361 ; Feb. 8. 
Bentz, George B., New York, N. Y. Bathtub seat. 

2,112,662 ; Mar. 29. 
Bentz, George B., New York, N. Y. Adjustable bathtub 

seat attachment. 2,113,189 ; Apr. 5. 
Bentz, George B., New York, N. Y. Bathtub seat attach- 
ment. 2,113,190 ; Apr. 5. 
Bentz, George B., New York, N. Y. Closet bowl step 

attachment. 2,120,481 ; June 14. 
Bentz, George B., New York, N. Y. Swing suspending 

clamp. 2,122,603 ; July 5. 
Bentz, George B., New York, N. Y. 

tachment. 2,122,832 ; July 5. 
Bentz, George B., New York, N. Y. 

ment. 2,127,762 ; Aug. 23. 
Bentz, George B., New York, N. Y. 

Aug. 23. 
Bentz, George B., New York, N. Y. 

attachment for bath tubs. 2,131,214 ; Sept. 27. 
Bentz, George B., New York, N. Y. Foldable closet seat 

deflector. 2,133,416 ; Oct. 18. 
Bentz, George B., New York, N. Y. Shield for toilet 

bowl seats. 2,141,341 : Dec. 27. 
Bentzinger, Arthur, and W. Kick, assignors to Eisenwerk 

Rothe Erde G. m. b. H., Dortmund, Germany. Prevent- 
ing axial separation of the ball races of ball bearings. 

2.112,325 ; Mar. 29. 
Benway, William G. G., New York, N. Y. Vibrator. 

2,128,555; Aug. 30. 
Benz, George W., .St. Paul, Jlinn., assignor to I^actona, 

Incorporated. Massage device for tooth brushes. 

2,141,969 ; Dec. 27. 
Benzing, Ernst, and J. Jaenicke, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 

Germany, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Revertex 

Limited, London, England. Concentrating rubber latex 

and similar vegetable juices. 2,119,620 ; June 7. 
Benzing, Ernst, and J. Jaenicke, Franfort-on-the-Main, 

Germany, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Revertex 

Limited, London, England. Concentrating rubber 

latex. 2,140,198 : Dec. 13. 
Benzing, Hugo, assignor to Aktiengegellschaft vorm. Seidel 

& Naumann, Dresden, Germany. Noise silencing type 

bar actuating arrangement for typewriters. 2,141,028 ; 

Dec. 20. 
Benzing, Mary L. V. (See Benzing, William A., and 

M. L. V.) 
Benzing, William A., and M. L. V. Benzing, Lincoln, Nebr. 

Brooder. 2,105,779 ; Jan. 18. 
Benzon, Frank B. (See Graham, W. M., and Benzon.) 
Berard, Hector R., and W. D. McKeon, assignors to The 

Heald Machine Company, Worchester, Mass. Apparatus 

for honing. 2.133,416 ; Oct. 18. 
Berarducci, Anthony, McKeesport, Pa. Cheese grater. 

2,128,792; Aug. 30. 
Berb4 Francois. (See Ferrero, P., Vandendries, and 

Berb6, assignors.) 
Berby, Ola L. (See McGiffert, J. R., and Berby.) 
Berch, Samuel H., Beverly Hills, Calif. Packing foods. 

2,135,479 ; Nov. 8. 
Berchet, Gerard J., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

& Company, Wilmington, Del. Aliphatic acid diamide 

of long chain aliphatic diamines and making the same. 

2,132,388; Oct. 11. 
Berchet, Gerard J. (See Carothers, W. H., and Berchet.) 
Berck, William F., assignor to R. N. Brodie Company, 

Oakland, Calif. Automatic shut-off mechanism for 

liquid meters. 2,114,207 ; Apr. 12. 
rSerck, William F., assignor to Ralph N. Brodie Company, 

Oakland, Calif. Printing counter for fluid meters. 
16. 
assignor to Ralph N. Brodie Compan.y, 
Setting meclianisn\ for prcdetorniining 

counters. 2,127,244; Aug. 10. 
Berek, Max, assignor to Ernst Leitz, G. m. b. H. 

Germany. Microscope. 2,128,394 ; Aug. 30. 
Bereiison, .Tulius L., Allslon, assignor 1o AUcrgia Products 

Company, Newton, Mass. Pillow, mattress, and the 

like. 2,1,'5G,330 : Nov. 8. 
Berg, Carl, Arriba, assignor of one-half to R. C. Liber, 

Denver, Colo. Trailer hitch. 2.129,728; Sept. 13. 
Berg, Cliarles C, assignor to Beryl Metals Company, Inc., 

Spokane, Wash. Smelting furnace. 2,121,465 ; June 

21. 
Bei-g, Edward, Kew Gardens, Long Island, N. Y. Sleeve 

form. 2.110,657; Mar. 8. 
Berg, Frantz F.. Floral Park, assignor to E. R. Squibb & 

Sons. New York, X. Y. Purifying boric acid. 

2,11.S.248; Apr. 5. 
Berg, Herbert. (See Herrmann, W. 0., HaeUnel, and 

Berg.) 
Berg, Hllmer F., Port Angeles, Wash. Towing logs. 

2,106,906 ; Feb. 1. 



2,127,243 ; Aug. 
Berck, William F., 
Oakland, Calif. 



Wetzlar, 



assignor to The Thomas & 
Wire connecter. 2,134,775 ; 



Berg, Ragnar, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Koppers Com- 
pany. Coke oven door operating mechanism. 
2,123,521 ; July 12. 

Berg, Roy E. (See Bruce, D. S., and Berg.) 

Berg, William A., Yakima, Wash. Warehouse truck. 
2,105,210; Jan. 11. 

Berg, William A., Yakima, Wash. Control handle for car 
windows. 2,108,554 ; Feb. 15. 

Berg, Willie. (See Humes, Guy B., assignor.) 

liergan, Martin D., Linden, assignor to The Thomas & 
Berts Co., Elizabeth, N. J. Wire connecter. 2,130,825 ; 
Sept. 20. 

Bergan, Martin D., Linden 
Betts Co., Elizabeth, N. J. 
Nov. 1. 

BergdoU, John G., assignor to York Ice IMachinery Cor- 
poration, York, Pa. Condenser system for railway cars. 
2,121.115: June 21. 

Bergdoll, John G., assignor to York Ice Machinery Corpo- 
ration, York, Pa. Refrigeration. 2,139,297 ; Dec. 6. 

Bergen, Bernhard, Minneapolis, Minn. Child's vehicle. 
2,118,640 ; May 24. 

Bergen, William V., and A. C. Shute, assignors to Niterday 
Signal Co., Portland, Oreg. Light reflector adapted 
for dual mounting. 2,122,395 ; July 5. 

Berger, Adolph L., Dayton, Ohio. DifCuser for centrifugal 
compressors. 2,114,285 ; Apr. 19. 

Berger, Arthur, Stuttgart-Oberturkheim, assignor to 
Daimler-Benz Aktiengesellschaft, Stuttgart-Unterturk- 
heim, Germany. Cylinder of a combustion engine 
with connected crankcase. 2,132,842 ; Oct. 11. 

Berger Brothers Company, The. (See Loeffel, Lester H., 
and A'ersoy, assignors.) 

Berger Brothers Company, The. (See McCue, Gerald, 
assignor.) 

Berger, Clarence E., assignor to Hanson-Van Winkle-Mun- 
ning Company, Matawan, N. J. Brush holder assembly 
and brush. 2,104,721 : Jan. 11. 

Berger, Emil J., Hatfield, assignor to Dexdale Hosiery 
Mills. Lansdale, Pa. Straight knitting machine. 
2,114,646 ; Apr. 19. 

Berger, Emil J., Hatfield, Pa., assignor to Dexdale Hosiery 
Mills, Lansdale, Pa. Yarn tensioning means for knit- 
ting machines. 2,114,047 ; Apr. 19. 

Berger, George C. (See O'Hagen, A. M., and Berger.) 

Berger, Harry A., New York, N. Y. Folding box. 
2,112,062 ; Mar. 22. 

Berger, Harry A., New York, N. Y. Container. 
2,113,288 ; Apr. 5. 

Berger, Henry G., and E. M. Nygaard, Woodbury, N. J., 
assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Distillate petroleum product and 
treating the same. 2,114,437 ; Apr. 19. 

Berger, Knute, Seattle, Wash. Logging 
2,134,243 ; Oct. 25. 

Berger, Kernel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Harp swivel. 
Oct. IS. 

Berger, Kernel, New York, N. Y. Forming 
thread nipple from flat stock. 2,137,797 ; 



equipment. 

2,133,913; 

a running 
Nov. 22. 



Berger, Lee, Indianapolis. Ind. Game. 2,142,068 ; Dec. 
27. 

Berger, Mannie, Plainfield, N. J. Partition system. 
2,107,024 : Feb. 8. 

Berger, Morris W., and P. Weinberg, San Francisco, 
Calif, Attachment plug. 2,137,258 ; Nov. 22. 

Berger, Samuel I., Newark, N. J. Mechanical toy. 
2,117,597 ; May 17. 

Berger, Samuel L., Newton Center, assignor to Boston 
Knitting Mills, Inc., Newton, Mass. Undergarment. 
2,116,822 ; May 10. 

Berger, Thorleif, Oslo, Norway. Drying and/or smoking 
oven, 2,136,124 ; Nov. 8. 

Berger, Walter, New York, N. Y. Twin sweater set. 
2.119.37S: IMav 31. 

Bergeron, Alvin W. (See Piatt, H., and Bergeron.) 

IJergert, Henry A., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Apparatus for mounting race- 
way members on locomotive crankpins and the like. 
2,104,967; Jan. 11. 

Bergert, Henry A., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Bearing puller. 2,118,754 ; 
May 24." 

Bergert, Henry A., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Process and apparatus tor 
mounting crankpins and the like. 2,118,755 ; May 24. 

Bergert, Henry A., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Apparatus for use in effecting 
adjustments of roller bearing parts. 2,118,756 ; May 24. 

Bergevin, Charles R., assignor to The Torrington Manu- 
facturing Company, Torrington, Conn. Spring forming 
device. 2,134,469 ; Oct. 25. 

Bergevin, Charles R., Worcester, jvlass., and A. C. Nlgro, 
assignors to The Torrington Manufacturing Company, 
Torrington, Conn. Spring coiling machine. 2,119,002 ; 
May 31. 

Bergez, Robert J., San Francisco,. Calif. Wall tile con- 
struction. 2,132,982 ; Oct. 11. 

Bergh, Carl E., Langshyttan, Sweden. Band conveyer. 
2,126,240 ; Aug. 9. 

Berghaus, Bernhard. (See Hagedom, Gerhard, assignor.) 

Berghoefer, Victor A., assignor to Sterling Engineering 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Steam trap, 2,129,986 ; 
Sept. 13. 

P.erghoff, Frank, La Fayette, Ind, Automatic window 
lock. 2,137,937 ; Nov. 22. 



LIST OP PATENTEES 



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Bergland, Ei-nost E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
himself and H. Kirchhofer, Los Angeles, Calif. Braking 
meclianism anil the like. 2,1.30,785; Sent-. 20. 

Berglund, Emil, et al. (See Nilson, Harold, assignor.) 

Bcr^'hirul. T;igi'. (Si;e Erickson, G., and llcrglnnd.) 

Bergman, Carl. Hopatcoug, N. J. Smoking pipe attach- 
ment. 2,136,537 ; Nov. 15. 

Bergman, Charles P., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to 
National Jleter Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Accuracy 
regulator. 2,111,547 ; Mar. 22. 

Bergman, Gus E. (See Reece, JIae G. and A. D., and 
Bergman.) 

Bergmann, Adolf, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany. Furni- 
ture frame. 2,109,080 : Feb. 22. 

Bergmann, Adolf, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany. 
Piirnir\irc frame. 2,122,172; June 28. 

Bergmann, Adolph G., et al. (See Becker, Albert W., 
assignor. ) 

Bergmann, Armin. (See Huckfeldt, G., and Bergmann.) 

Bergmann, Carl A., assignor to W. D. Mann. Milwaukee, 
Wis. Gas compressor. 2,118,371 ; May 24. 

Bergmann, Christian N., Pittsburgh, assignor of two- 
sixths to C. M. Clarke, Sewickley, Pa. Container con- 
veyer and distributor. 2,108,522 ; Feb. 15. 

Bergmann, Christian N., Pittsburgh, assignor of two- 
sixth.s to C. M. Clarke, Sewickley, Pa. Container con- 
ve.ver and distributor. 2,122,709 ; July 5. 

Bergmann, Ernst R., assignor to Goodman Slanufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Feeding head for reciprocating 
or shaker conveyers. 2,127,902 ; Aug. 23. 

Bergmann, Ern.-^t R., assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Shaker conveyer. 2,129,809; 
Sept. l.S. 

Bergmann, Ernst R., assignor to Goodman Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Shaker conveyer. 
2,131,807; Oct. 4. 

Bergmann, Ernst R., assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, III. P'eeding mechanism for shaker 
conveyers. 2.132.718; Oct. 11. 

Bergmann, Ludwig, Dusseldorf, Germany. Bust suspensor. 
2,128,000; Aug. 30. 

Bergmann, Richard F., La Grange, 111., assignor to Link- 
Belt (;omi)auy. Protected screw take-up. 2,114,555 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Bergmann, William W. (See Fon Dersmith, C. R., and 
Bergmann. ) 

Bergmans, Jan, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric lamp. 2,106,079 ; Jan. 
18. 

Bergner, Nore E., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor to The 
De Laval Separator Company, New York, N. Y. Feed 
for centrifugal separators. 2,108,098; Feb. 15. 

Bergner, Nore E., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor to The 
Do I.,aval Separator Company, New York, N. Y. Cen- 
trifugal separator for the separation of li(iuids tend- 
ing to form froth. 2,139.715 ; Doc. 13. 

Bergs Manufacturing Company, The. (See Danninger. 
F., and Kaslenholz, assignors.) 

Bergstein, Edna M., trustee. (See Bergstein, Robert M., 
assignor.) 

Borgslein, Edna M., et al., trustees. (See Bergstein, 
Udhcrt M., assignor.) 

Bergslein, Edna iVl., et al., trustees. (See Bergstein, 
Samuel, assignor.) 

Beigstcin, IJobeit .M.. et al. (See ISergstcin, Samuel, as- 
signor.) 

Bergslein, Robert M., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to E. M. 
Bergstein and himself, as trustees. Forming containers^ 
Re. 20,7H0 ; July 12. 

Bergslein, Itohert M., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to E. M. 
liergsliin and himself, as IrusleeH. Alechanisni for 
foi'iiiliig eonlainers. 2,114,021 ; A|)r. 19. 

Bergslein, Robert M., Cineinn.ati, Ohio, assignor to E. M. 
Bergslein and liirnself, as trustees. Hermetic package 
sealing. 2,1 I 1,022; Apr. 19. 

Bergstein, Robert .M.. ('incinnali, Ohio, assignor to K. M. 
Bei-gsK'in and himself, as trustees. Providing for in- 
ternal almosplKM-ic e.\i)ansion of filled bag.s and hermeti- 
cally sealing same. 2,114,023; Ajir. 19. 

Bergslein, Kulierl M.. ('iiuinn;iti, Ohio, assignor to E. M. 
Itergslein ,ind bimself, as I lustoes. Bag or liner sealing 
device. 2,114,021 ; Apr. 1!). 

BergMl(4n, Itoberl M., ('iiicinnatl, Ohio, assignor to E. M. 
Bergsh'in and Iiimsclf, as trustees. Forming con- 
tainers. 2,1 14. (•,2.'') ; A;)r. 19. 

Bergslein, SaiMiii4, Clncinniili, Ohio, assignor to E. M. 
and K. M, Itergslelii, Iruslees. Apparatus for making 
scaled |)a<kages. 2. 1 22. .1 10 ; JmIv 5. 

I{ergHli4ii, Sanuiel, Cincinnati, Ohio, nsslgnor to E. M. 
and It, J\l. Itergst<'lii, Iruslees. Egg container. 
2,125,012 ; July 2(1. 

BergHl(4n, Samu(4, Cincinnati, Ohio, nsslgnor (o 10. M. 
and It. M, l!ergsl(4ri, li-uHtees. Di-vlee for opening, 
dlMcliMrgliig Hie <'onienlH of, and nnillllaling carlonH, 
2,125,1 Id : .hilv 20, 

Bi'rgHli'ln, Siiiiiiii4, (■Inelrinatl, Ohio. aHslgmu- to E. M. and 
K. M, lieig,slilii. liiiHlecH, Maeliiiic and ini'liiod for 
iMiiUIng kniicli down boxes. 2,125,117; July 2(1. 

Bergslein, SnirMi<4. ('in(4nnMll. (Illlo, aKsli;noi" In 10. M. 
and It. M, Itergsli4n. as IriiHleeM. 1 lei'nii'l Ically hcmiIimI 
carton. 2,l2«.8i).'t ; .Si-|)t. d, 

HergHli'iii, Sanniel. Clnclnmil I, Ohio, nSMlgnor lo 10. M. 
iinil It. M, llergHleln, CiinlnliH'r gluing nuielilne, 
2,I.10.7S0 ; Sept. 20, 



Bergstrom, Carl O., Boston, assignor to B. F. Sturtevant 
Company, Hyde Park, Boston, Mass. Electric motor. 
2,118,757 ; May 24. 

Bergstrom, Carl V., Milwaukee, Wis. Reflector. 
2,107,362; Feb. 8. 

Bergstrom, Carl V., Milwaukee. Wis., assignor to Corning 
Glass Works, Corning, N. Y. Lens. 2,141,159 ; Dec. 
27. 

Bergstrom, Eric V., assignor to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Heat treating pressure vessels. 2,137,523 ; 
Nov. 22. 

Bergstrom, Ossian W. F., Halesite, N. Y. Support for 
paint buckets and the like. 2,140,045 ; Dec. 13. 

BergstrOm, Sten. (See Pierre, A. B,, Johannsou, and 
Bergs trOm.) 

Bergstrom, Victor J. (See Gervasio, J. J., and Berg- 
strom. ) 

Bergstrom, William A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Rench- 
tite Spring Nut Company. Self-locking nut. Re. 
20,915 ; Nov. 15. 

Bergstrom, William A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Rench- 
tite Spring Nut Company, San Francisco, Calif. Mak- 
ing spring lock nuts. Re. 20,910 ; Nov. 15. 

Berlienke, i^nrlier F. (See Britton, E. C, Coleman, and 
Berhenke.) 

Beria, Biagio, Turin, Italy. Ribbon feed mechanism. 
2.118,903 ; May 31. 

Beringer, Paul, Ballantine, Mont. Salt shaker. 
2,121,110; June 21. 

Berk, Adam. (See Henneke, P. C, and Berk.) 

Berka, Fritz, and A. Giller, Vienna, Austria. Denicotiniz- 
ing tobacco. 2,136,485 ; Nov. 15. 

Berkey, William E. (See Ludwig, L. R., Roman, Johnson, 
and Berkey.) 

Berkinan, Herbert A., Chicago, 111. Food cutter, 
2,100,711 ; Feb. 1. 

Berkman, Herbert A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Zim 
Manufacturing Company. Tool for cleaning and deep- 
ening grooves in pistons. 2,109,857 ; Mar. 1. 

Berkman, Herbert A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Zim 
Manufacturing Company. Cylinder ridge reamer. 
2,136,350 ; Nov. 8. 

Berkman, Irving W., Brooklvn, N. Y. Package. 
2,130.728 : Sept. 20, 

Berkowitz Envelope Company. (See Berkowitz, Eugene 
B., assignor.) 

Berkowitz, Eugene B., assignor to Berkowitz Envelope 
Company. Kansas City, JIo. Bank deposit or like en- 
velope. 2.112,227; Mar. 29. 

Berkowitz, Eugene B., assignor to Berkowitz lOnvelope 
Company, Kansas City, Mo. Double sealed safety en- 
velope. 2,112,748; Mar. 29. 

Berkowitz, Eugene B., assignor to Berkowitz Envelope 
(^mi)any, Kansas City, Mo. Self-sealing envelope. 
2,114,367 ; Apr. 19. 

Berkowitz, Eugene B., assignor to Berkowitz Envelope 
Comi)any, Ivansas City, Mo. Combination letter or 
order form, check, and return envelope. 2,110,230 ; 
May 3. 

Berkowitz, Eugene B., assignor to Baltimore Paper Com- 
l)an.v, Kansas (^if.v. Mo. Gumming apparatus for en- 
vel()|)e making machines. 2,118,035 ; May 24. 

Berkowitz, lOiigeno B., assignor to Berkowitz Envelope 
(Company, Kansas Citv, Mo. Bank deposit envelope. 
2.129.192; Sept. 0. 

Berkowitz, Eugene B., assignor to Berkowitz Envelope 
Company, Kansas City, AIo. Tuck llap envelope. 
2,132,012: Oct. 4. 

Berkowitz. lOngene B., assignor to Berkowitz Envelope 
('(unpaiiy, Kansas City, Mo. Moisturcproof envelope. 
2.1,?9,054 : Dee. 13. 

Berkshire Knitting Mills. (See Ilemmerich, Hugo, as- 
signor.) 

Beikson, Ralph, Cliampaign, 111. Method and apparatus 
for cooling deiil.il irii|ir(>sslons, 2.129.9S7; Sept. 13. 

Berl, Ernst. (See Auden, IL A., and Staudingor, as- 
signors.) 

Berl. Mrnst. (See Auden, H. A., Stnudingcr, and Waglcs- 
fiidd. assignors.) 

I'i'i'l, I'li-nsi, IMIlNburgh, Pa. Manufacture of products 
m;iili' from cellMliise derivatives. 2,122, 1 l,S; July 5, 

Berl, Ernst, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of mixed nll- 
pliato nitro cellulose and products thereof. 2,125,880; 
Aug. 9. 

Berleth. Nelson B. (See Scott. V. I,., and Berlolli.) 

McrlliM l''rnit l!ox ("oinpany. The. (See Van llenscholen, 
Lucius ]>,. a.'.signor, ) 

Berlin. David W,. ICasundn. Sweden. Autoninlleally var- 
liibic power trnnsmtsslon nppnrnluH. 2.120,1^1)7; Juno 
14. 

Berlin, Donovan R. (See .Aiislln, J. R., mid Berlin.) 

Uei-lln. Donovan R.. lOggerlsvllle. mid W, O. WatHon, 
Kenniore, N. Y,, iisslgnors lo ("uri Isn Wright Corpora- 
lion, .Alrcrafl cabin. 2,122.441); July ft. 

Iterlin. Jnllns, (.So« Stoddard. W, II.. and Kerlln.) 

lierlln, Ludwig W. (See Krltnvileln, (!., Selillcliennial' ; 
aiHl lierlln.) 

IteilliiiT, Henry A., WaBlilnglon, D. C. Forn\li)K machine. 
2.113,71(1 : .\pr, 12. 

Berliner. Henry A., WMshlliKlon, D, C, Propeller, 

2,1 ir..4.'.4 : Apr. 2(1, 
Herllner. Henry A., WaNlilngloM. D. (', Komiinc uindiliie. 

2,I25,8SI ; Auk. I). 
IlerllMcr, Henrv A,, WiiHliliiKlon, D. C. 
Hon. 2, I25.RS2; Auk. ». 



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INDEX OF PATENTS. 1938 



Berliner. Julius F. T., assignor to E. I. cUi Pont tie 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Lubricant. 
2,130,004; Sept. 20. „ ., , t^ ^ i 

Berliner, Julius F. T., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Dye stam. 
2,137.830 ; Nov. 22. „ ^ ., t> * ., 

Berliner, Julius F. T., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Dye stam 
composition. 2,137,871 ; Nov. 22. _ ^ -r. ^ ^ 

Berliner, Julius F. T., and C. Sly, assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Hydro- 
genation of oiticica oil and product therefrom. 
2,121,580; June 21. 

Berlln-Suhler Waffen-und Fahrzeugwerke G. m. b. H. 
(See Hirche, Willy, assignor.) .,^ ^„ 

Herman, Arnold, et al. (See Walde, Albert H., assignor.) 

Berman, Hyman, New York, N. Y. Garment. 2,129,486 ; 
Sept. 6. „ ■ ^ 

Berman, Leo. (See Callaban, George, assignor.) 

Berman, Michael, and T. C. Zinter, assignors to Hewitl 
Rubber Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Conveyer belt. 
2,121,650 ; June 21. . 4. tt -^^ 

Berman, Michael, and W. Brockner, assignors to Hewitt 
Rubber Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Making multiple 
passage hose. 2,122,335; June 28. . 

Berman, Michael, and W. Brockner, assignors to Hewitt 
Rubber Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Multiple passage 
hose. 2,136,230; Nov. 8. ^ „ tt • t> •., 

Berman, Philip, New York, and L. B. Hams, Bayside, 
assignors to Albe Pump Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Multistage liquid elevator. 2.133,269 ; Oct. 18. . 

Berman, Phoebus, and A. L. Chaney, Los Angeles, Lalit. 
Sterilizing indicator and ink. 2,118,144 ; May 24. 

Bernard, Arthur A., assignor to Hollup Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Take-off apparatus for electric welders. 
2,117,077 ; May 10. 

Bernard, Auguste L. R., deceased, Rueil-Malmaison, by 
R. Bernard, nee Bournonville, executrix, Paris, France. 
Piston for internal combustiou engines. 2,126,306 ; 
Aug. 9. 

Bernard, Harlev L., Quincy, Mo. Rear view mirror. 
2,136,836 ; Nov. 15. „ ,^ „„„ 

Bernard, Jean, Paris, France. Magneto. 2,119,092 ; 
May 31. 

Bernard, Ren6e, n^e Bournonville, executrix. (See Ber- 
nard, Auguste L. R.) 

Bernarde, Henry L., Kearny, N. J., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Electronic remote metering system. 
2,106,825 ; Feb. 1. 

Bernat, Antoni, Tewksbury, Mass. Milk pail. 2,138,53 1; 
Nov. 29. 

Bernau, Ludvrig P., Miami, Fla. Convertible chair. 
2,110,786; Mar. 8. „ . 

Berndt, Arthur A., assignor to Electroline Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Connecter. 2,105,178 ; Jan. 11. 

Berndt, W^alter, and H. E. Paul, assignors to Telefunken 
Gesellschaft fUr Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, 
Germany. Measuring instrument. 2,128,395 ; Aug. 30. 

Berndt, Walter, and A. Gotlie, assignors to Telefunken 
Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, 
Germany. Short wave antenna system. 2,138,900 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Berner, Adolf E. G., Copenhagen, assignor of three- 
fourths to E. Feldman, Charlottenlund. near Copenha- 
gen, Denmark. Graveling device for spraying of gravel 
in front of the wheels of an automobile. 2,126,865 ; 
Aug. 16. 

Berner, Robert, assignor to Hetherington & Berner Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Portable asphalt mixing plant. 
2,112,326 : Mar. 29. 

Bernesser, Vincent, Shandaken, N. Y. Hose nozzle. 
2,105,632; Jan. 18. 

Bernfeld, James, Newark, N. J. Dust deflector. 
2,120,347 : June 14. 

Bernhard, Albrecht, and G. Beyrich, assignors to !Metra- 
watt Aktiengesellschaft Fabrik Elektrischer, Messge- 
raete, Nuremberg, Germany. Multirange photoelectric 
exposure meter. 2.129,114 ; Sept. 6. 

Bernhard, Benjamin S., Boston, Mass. Door closer and 
check. 2,116,185 ; May 3. 

Bernhard, Benjamin S., Boston, Mass. Hold open device. 
2,117,013 ; May 10. 

Bernhard, Benjamin S., Boston, Mass., assignor to The 
American Hardware Corporation, New Britain, Conn. 
Hold open device. 2,106,448: Jan. 25. 

Bernhard, Edgar, et al. (See Indrieri, Alexander F., as- 
signor.) 

Bernhard, Hemian E. (See Lateltin, H., and Bernhard.) 

Bernhardt, Karl, Vienna, Austria, assignor to L. V. 
Aronson, Newark, N. J. Lighter mechanism. 
2,113,930 ; Apr. 12. 

Bernhardt, Rudolph. Chicago, 111. Container and closure 
therefor. 2.120.170 ; June 7. 

Bernhardt, Rudolph, Chicago, 111. Spray pump. 
2.123.351; July 12. 

Bernhardt, Rudolph, Chicago, 111. Garment hanger. 
2,128,219 ; Aug. 30. 

Bernhart, Nicholas, Hawthorne, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to C. B. Johnson, Paterson, N. J. Forming 
leases. 2,111,660 ; Mar. 22. 

Bernheimer, Norbert. (See Rohm, R., and Neidlein, as- 
signors.) 

Bornier. <;.TliriPl. (Sep I^apierre, Gerard, assignor.) 

Berning, Helmut. (See Neureiter, H., and Bernlng.) 



Berning, Helmut. (See Klaar, A., Arndt, and Bernlng.) 

Bernitt, Charles E. (See McKee, G. K., and Bernitt.) 

Berno, Edward H. (See Hunt, G. H., and Berno.) 

Bernstein, Jacob, Omaha, Nebr. Transport tank mount- 
ing. 2,115,248 ; Apr. 26. 

Bernstein, Samuel S., Beverly Hills, Calif. Spring 
structure for furniture and the like. 2,109,282 ; Feb. 
22. 

Bernstein, Samuel S., Beverly Hills, Calif. Webbing sup- 
port for upholstered furniture. 2,117,394 ; May 17. 

Berros. Carl. (See Mtiller, \V., and Berres.) 

Berriman. Edward W., Tampa, Fla. Cigar. 2,141,078 ; 
Dec. 20. 

Berrittella, James, Yonkers, N. Y. Attachment for golf 
clubs. 2,116,655 ; Blay 10. 

Berry, Anson, deceased, Northfield, Maine ; I. L. Berry, 
administrator. Snowshoe. 2,125,883 ; Aug. 9. 

Berry, Casmer P., Buffalo, N. Y. Spice rack. 2,122,336 ; 
June 28. 

Berry, Charles F., Boston, Mass. Rubber overshoe. 
2,132.523; Oct. 11. 

Berry, Christopher H., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Paper 
milk bottle. 2,132,672 ; Oct. 11. 

Berry, Dennis C., Taylorsville, N. C. Refrigerator. 
2,112,980 ; Apr. 5. 

Berry, Earl E. (See Mathews, C. B., Adams, and Berry.) 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, 
Wis. Table roll structure for paper machines. 
2,111,833- Mar. 22. 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works. Beloit, Wis. 
Process and apparatus for drying fibrous webs. 
2,111,834; Mar. 22. 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, Wis. 
Paper machine table roll structure. 2,111,835 ; Mar. 
22. 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, 
Wis. Cross-current flow Fourdrinier paper making ma- 
chine. 2,139,874 ; Dec. 13. 

Berry, Earl E., L. Hornbostel, and J. E. Goodwillie, as- 
signors to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, Wis. Suction roll. 
2,107,812; Feb. 8. 

Berry, Edward A. (See Hoburg, W. L,, McCandless, and 
Berry. ) 

Berry, Eugene G., assignor to B. F. Gump Co.. Chicago, 111. 
Gyratory sifter. 2,130,834; Sept. 20. 

Berry, Eugene G., and C. L. Reimuller, assignors to B. F. 
Gump Co., Chicago, 111. Supporting means for gyratory 
sifters. 2,123,876 ; July 19. 

Berry, George A., assignor to National Fuels Corporation, 
Bound Brook, N. J. Coal processing. 2,131,702 ; Sept. 
27. 

Berry, Iva L., administrator. (See Berry, Anson.) 

Berry, John, New York, and I. D. Wolfson, Woodmere, 
N. Y. Dispensing closure means. 2,126,087 ; Aug. 9. 

Berry, M. K., et al. (See Kennedy, J. W., Ramsey, and 
Lee, assignors.) 

Berry, Malcolm L., Berkeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Refining oils. 
2,111,548 ; Mar. 22. 

Berry, Paul F., Columbus, Ohio. Fastening device. 
2,123,764; July 12. 

Berry, Robert G., Jlemphis, Tenu. Testing device for 
shock absorbers. 2.133.843: Oct. IS. 

Berry, Robert M., Sr., Uniontown, Pa. Safety device for 
typographical composing machines. 2,123,271 ; July 12. 

Berry, Warren H., Albany, assignor to Ashe Manufactur- 
ing Corporation, Rensselaer, N. Y. Knit cuff. 
2,111,353 ; Mar. 15. 

Bersted, Alfred, assignor to Bersted Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Fostoria, Ohio. Electric toaster. 2,111,417 : 
Mar. 15. 

Bersted Manufacturing Company. (See Bersted, Alfred, 
assignor.) 

Berst-Foster Dixfield Co. (See Garling, Karl E., as- 
signor.) 

Bert, Ernest J., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, assignor 
to Shell Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. 
Bituminous emulsions. 2,136,667 ; Nov. 15. 

Bertele. Ludwig. assignor to Zeiss Ikon Aktiengesellschaft, 
Dresden, Germany. Condenser lens system. 2,140,979 ; 
Dec. 20. 

Bertele, Ludwig, assignor to Zeiss Ikon Aktiengesellschaft, 
Dresden, Germany. Lens system. 2,141,733 ; Dec. 27. 

Bertels, Charles E., assignor of one-half to W. W. Brelte, 
San Francisco, Calif. Metallic receptacle. 2,119,502 ; 
May 31. 

Berthold, Hermann, Leverkusen-I. G.-Werk, Germany, as- 
signor to General Aniline Works, Inc.. New York, N. Y. 
Dyeings on cellulosic fibers. 2.104.505 ; Jan. 4. 

Bertl, Max. (See Muenster, W., Bauer, Koeberle. and 
Berth) 

Bertossn, Harry A., Detroit, assignor of one-half to J. R. 
Weeks, Birmingham, Mich. Warm air furnace. 
2.104,181 : Jan. 4. 

Bertram, Francis C, Portland, N. Y. Forming wire 
handles. 2,122.082 : June 28. 

Bertram, Hugo A., Maiden, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Wood heel mak- 
ing machine. 2,104.115 : Jan. 4. 

Bertram, Simon H., The Hague, Netherlands. Preparing 
purified glycyrrhizine. 2,104.968: Jan. 11. 

Bertrams, Elsa, assignor to Kabo Corset Co., Chicago, 111. 
Corset or girdle and combination. 2,135,655 ; Nov. 8. 

Bertran, Benjamin E., et al. (See Peck, Matt R., aS' 
signor. ) 



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Bertran, Josie A., et al. (See Peck, JXatt R., assignor.) 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. 3. Folding 
machine and covering insoles to which said machine 
may be applied. 2,106,268 ; Jan. 25. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Sole fit- 
ting machine. 2,106,712 ; Feb. 1. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Rounding 
machine. 2,114,368; Apr. 19. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Sole 
rounding machine. 2,123,272 ; July 12. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Rounding 
machine. 2,138,951 ; Dec. 6. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Cutting 
machine. 2,139,485 ; Dec. 6. 

Bertrand, Joseph T., Isle Verte, Quebec, Canada. Re- 
frigerating device. 2,121,381 : June 21. 

Bertrand, Lucien, assignor to Soci4t6 Anonyme Frangnis 
du Ferodo, Paris, France. Braise. 2,114,672 ; Apr. 19. 

Bertrand, Pierre. (Sec Desbordes, L., and Bertrand.) 

Bertrand, Wallace A., Parkersburg, W. Va. Master cylin- 
der for hydraulic braking systems. 2,124,363 ; July 19. 

Bertry, Vital A., Paris, France. ,Safety razor. 2,137,327 ; 
Nov. 22. 

Bertscli, lieinrich, Chemnitz, Germany, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to American Hyalsol Corporation, Wilming- 
ton, Del. Production of artificial silk and the like. 
2,104,722; Jan. 11. 

Bertsch, lieinrich, Chemnitz, Germany, assignor to Ameri- 
can Ilyalsol Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Sulphuric 
derivatives of higlior alcohols. 2,114,042 ; Apr. 12. 

Bertsch, Heinrich, Chemnitz, Germany, assignor to Ameri- 
can Hyalsol (Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Mixed 
esters of higher alcohols. 2,114,043 ; Apr. 12. 

Bertsch, Heinrich, Chemnitz, Germany, assignor to 
American Hyalsol Corporation, Wilmington, Del. 
Higher molecular alcohols. 2,132,348 ; Oct. 4. 

Bertsch, Heinricli, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
BOhme Fettcliemie-Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Ilaf- 
tung, Chemnitz, Germany. Fire extinguishing method 
and medium. 2,136,963 ; Nov. 15. 

Bertsch, Heinrich, and II. Stobor, assignors, by mesne as- 
signments, to Bohmo Fettcliemie-Gesellschaft mit be- 
schrankter Ilaftung, Chemnitz, Germany. Wetting and 
dispersing agents and making the same. 2,104,728 ; Jan. 

Bertsch, Johann A., assignor to Monsanto Chemical Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Preparation of amino bodies. 
2,132,389 ; Oct. 11. 

Bertsch, Margaret, Philadelphia, Pa. Service platter. 
2,107,023; Feb. 1. 

Bcnvicl<, Bernard, New York, N. Y. Decorative light orna- 
ment. 2,136,780 ; Nov. 15. 

Beryl Metals Company. (See Berg, Charles C, assignor.) 

Beryllium (Jorporation, The. (See Merlub-Sobel, Jlena- 
heni, assignor.) 

Besch, John O., assignor of one-half to II. J. Watson, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Casket. 2,143,734; Dec. 27. 

Boskow, Bernhard M., Miami Beach, Fla. Hair waver. 
2,1.39.181 ; Dec. 6. 

Beskow, James H., assignor to A. Smith, Birmingham, 
Ala. Auto tire tube vulcanizer. 2,110,075; Mar. 1. 

Besler, William J. (See Christenson, Clarence A., as- 
signor.) 

r.csner, Paul. (See Hansen, C, and Bosner.) 

Besslir, Edv/aid 'I'., Milwaukee, Wis. Dispensing con- 
tainer. 2.141,701 : Dec. 27. 

Bessom, K.irl A., Moadville, Pa., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel-scat fit- 
ting machine. 2,108,161; Feb. 15. 

Bossnin, lOarl A., iNIarhlelioad, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoo Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Jlachinc," 
for sepa rating'. shoes from lasts. 2.1.10.658; Dec. i:'.. 

Bessom, Earl A., Marblehead, and C. H. Pepin, Beverly, 
Mass., assignors to United Shoi' Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Machine for nsc in the mimufacturc of 
woven material. 2.106,267; J:in. 25. 

BeSRonette, Marshall ()., Medloid, ()reg. llanil)urgor patty 
forming apparatus. 2,105,211 ; Jan. 11. 

Best, Clarence A., New Alb.'iny, Ind. I''oldlng chair-. 
2,107,813; Feb. 8. 

Best, Dorothy S. (See Best, l'"ninlc M., assignor.) 

r',c.>^t. Ilvard I'. (See Sloiy, E. I!.. ;rnd BckI.) 

Best Foods. Inc., The. (Si>e Scli.iiil), Gordon ('., assignor.) 

Best, l'"r',ink A., I'^ist WindHor, Ontario, (Canada. Metal 
working machine. 2,106,866; l^'eb. 1. 

I'.eKl, li'rank A., WIndKor. Ontario, Ciinada. Kobe rail and 
forming the H.anre. 2,i:t2 !127 ; Ocl . II. 

Best, Krnnk <.'., asHignor to rM(li.ir<l Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2.1(11.182: Jan. -1. 

BckI, l''r:ink C, nsHlgnor to Packard Motor Car Compnliy 
Delrdll, Mich. Motor vi'lrlde, 2. 101,723 ; Jan. II. 

Best, li'riink ('.., assignor to I'ackiird Motor- Cur ("ompaiiy. 
Detroit, Mlrh, Motor vclildc 2. 1 OT.M):! : I'N-I) K. 

Bi'Ht, Krank ('... Hsslgnor to Packard Motor Car Companv, 
I)i'li-oll, Mich. Internal eonibuHllon engine. 2, 109. -1511; 
Mar. 1. 

P.i-Hl, li'niiilc ('., aHslgnor to I'lu-knrd Motor ('iir C'ompiiny, 
Detroit, Mich. Virlve operMllng mrrhrinlHiil. 2,100.815; 
Mar. 1. 



Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Hydraulic valve tappet. 2,109,816 ; 
Mar. 1. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Companv, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,112,133 ; Mar. 22. " 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car (Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,112,981 ; Apr. 5. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Companv, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,121,007 ; June 21. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Companv, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,126,943 ; Aug. 16. " 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Companv, 
Detroit, Mich. Vehicle wheel. 2,129,115 ; Sept. 6. " 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Companv, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,132,926 ; Oct. 11. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Companv, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,133,652 ; Oct. 18. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,136,271 ; Nov. 8. 

Best, Frank E., Inc. (See Harp, Franklin H., assignor.) 

Best, Frank M., New York, N. Y., assignor to D. S. Best. 
Electromagnetic reproduction of sound and other wave 
motions. 2,110,193 ; Mar. 8. 

Best, John G., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, assignor to 
Varilux Holding Corporation, Limited, Nassau, Baha- 
mas. Illuminated sign. 2,100,699 ; Feb. 1. 

Best, John G., assignor to General Animated Signs, 
Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Animated sign and 
operating it. 2,137,127 ; Nov. 15. 

Best, John H., & Sons, Inc. (See Best, Leon H., as- 
signor.) 

Best, Leon II., assignor to John H. Best & Sons, Inc., 
Galva, 111. Display stand. 2,137,748 ; Nov. 22. 

Best, Leon H., assignor to John II. Best & Sons, Inc., 
Galva, 111. Display rack. 2,137,749 ; Nov. 22. 

Best, Wilson F., and W. Kremer, Grand Rapids, Midi. 
Stacking and nesting box or receptacle. 2,112,451 ; 
Mar. 29. 

Best, Wilson F., and W. Kremer, assignors to Grand 
Rapids Sample Case Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Box or receptacle. 2,105,179 ; Jan. 11. 

Best, Wilson F., and W. Kremer, Grand Rapids, Mich. ; 
said Kremer, assignor to said Best. Receptacle. 
2,121,944 ; June 28. 

Bestco Slioe Jlachinery Inc. (See Le Gault, Elzear J., 
assignor.) 

Besway Manufacturing Company Limited. (See Louis, 
Edward S., assignor.) 

Betcone, David S., Middletown, Ohio. Building construc- 
tion. 2,137,767 ; Nov. 22. 

Beth, Hugo W. IL, assignor to Norton Company, Worcester, 
Jlass. Grinding wheel mounting. 2,110,619 ; Mar. 8. 

Bethke, John P. (See Olson, J. 1!.. and Bethke.) 

Bethlehem Foundry & Machine Company. (See Van 
Sciver, Josiah, H., assignor.) 

Bethleliem Steel Company. (Sci- Baughinan, Harry C, 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Dougherty, Robert S. A., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Feehrer, E. R., and 
Knhnert, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Florance, Warren M., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Geer, Harry R.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Lewis, R. A., and 
Schenck, assignors.) 

I!etlilch('iii Steel Company. (Sec I-ong, Edward R., as- 
signor.) 

Betlilclieni Steel Company. (.See Mahood, George P., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Miller, Louis G., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Statlcr, Walter IT., as- 
signor.) 

Bi'llileliem Steel Company. (See Tcsseymiin, J. E., ninl 
Miller, assignors.) 

Bolhlehem Steel Company. (See White, William i:, 
,-issignor. ) 

I'.cllilchein .'^teel Company, (See Wliill'ord, Harry s. 
assignor-. ) 

I'.etli-.Mary Steel Ci)rporiithm. (See Miicklo, Irwiu <' 
.•issignor.) 

Betiiei-, licnjiimln (\, Ithan, Pii. Bag closure. 2.10a,741 ; 
Kel). 15. 

Iteiiii'r. Henjamin C, Company. (Sec KoonlK, John, n»- 
slgnor.) 

I'.i'tiv, Owi'ii C.. Glendnle. Oallf. Fuel tcinin'iiiliiro rcn 
niator and dl.strlbiilor. 2. 12.', 21(1 ; .Inly 2(1. 

I!(l Irhcr Miiinirjicliiilng Coinpuny, The. (Soo Stlimori. 
I'Moyd I'!,, assignor.) 

Ili'der liriishi's. Inc. (Si-p Sllvi>rinnn, Man M., iiHslpnor. ) 

Better, I'VancIs .T., Itevorly, Murk., iisKlKnnr to I'iiIIcmI 
.Shoe Miiclilni'ry Corporiitlon, 1'ntiTniin. N. J. Miirhlni- 
for iipplving i>rcn«u(*i< to nhoi> l)o((onm. 2,111,(10(1; 
Miir, 22. 

Iledcr I'ncUngi'N Inc. (See KruCRcr, Tlicoiloro H., nn 
Hlgnor.) 

Ili'llii-loii, .Ii'Kse (V. iiiul Y. K, t.cbodi'ff. Afetiichi'll. N. .1., 
nnnl);iiorii to .Aiiiim-Ii'mii Smclthiit iind Iti'tliiliiK Companv, 
New York. N, Y. Trenlliij; meliil ■.'.lOH.IIl; Fell 2'." 

Mettertoii, JcNiie (»,. and ,V. .1 IMillllpH. Mctiiclien. N, .1 . 
iiNNlKniM-N to Aiiiorloiin .SnicltliiK iind ItednlnK Coniixinv, 
New York. N. Y. TicmIIui; tnctiilH. J.IKt.rtKl; Apr. f." 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Betterton, Jesse O., and Y. E. LebedefE, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Refining alloys of lead and tin. 
2,119,197 ; May 31. 

Betterton, Jesse O., Metuchen, A. J. Phillips, Plainfield, 
and R. E. Allen, Avenel, N. J., assignors to American 
Smelting and Refining Company, Limited. Smelting 
of metallurgical dusts. 2,139,065 ; Dec. 6. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and W. H. Bitner, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Treating zinciferous materials. 
2,140,309 ; Dec. 13. 

Bettis, William I., Los Angeles, assignor to E. B. Kleaver, 

Burbank, Calif. Gas separator. 2,107,625 ; Feb. 8. 
Bettis, Wilbur F., Glendale, assignor to M. O. Johnston, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Sleeve packer construction. 
2,125,665 ; Aug. 2. 

Bettison, David C, Omaha, Nebr. Valve actuating means. 
2,120,389 ; June 14. 

Bcrtisi.]!. Daviii C, umaha, Nebr. Valve-actuating means. 
2,1411 S-J6 : Dec. 20. 

Bettison, David C, and F. H. Keaton, Omaha, Nebr. Elec- 
trical measuring instrument. 2,125,983 ; Aug. 9. 

Betts, Clifford A., Chevy Chase, Md. Hinged automatic 
flashboard gate. 2,118,535 ; May 24. 

Betts, Gilbert A., assignor to The Universal Engraving & 
Colorplate Company, Incorporated, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Printing plnte unit. 2,108,039 ; Feb. 15. 

Betz, Carl K., Park Ridge, assignor to Magnaflux Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Paste of paramagnetc particles for 
use in the examination of paramagnetic materials for 
flaws by the magnetic method. 2,106,882 ; Feb. 1. 

Betz, Carl E., and F. B. Doane, assignors to Majmaflux 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Testing. 2,128,228 ; Aug. 30. 

Betz, Paul L., assignor to Consolidated Gas Electric Light 
and Power Company of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. Con- 
trol system for gas heaters. 2,137,199 ; Nov. 15. 

Betz, Paul L., Baltimore, Md., and S. Karrer, Washington, 
D. C, assignors to Con.^olidated Gas Electric Light and 
Power Company of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. Safety 
device for gas heaters. 2,130,175 ; Sept. 13. 

Betz, Paul L., Baltimore, Md., and S. Karrer, Washington, 
D. C, assignors to Consolidated Gas Electric Light 
and Power Company of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. 
Safety device for gas heaters. 2,140,466 : Dec. 13. 

Betz, W. H. & L. D. (See Schroeder, Wilburn C, as- 
signor.) 

Betzler, Martin, Neuruppin, Brandenburg, Germany, as- 
signor to Pyrene-Minimax Corporation, Newark, N. J. 
Apparatus and method for producing fire extinguishing 
foam. 2,138,133; Nov. 29. 

Betzold, John J., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Stuffing 
box. 2,113,289 ; Apr. 5. 

Betzold, Max F., C. Rascher, and C. A. Torp, assignor to 
Rascher & Betzold, Inc., Chicago, 111. Thermometer. 
2.104,218; Jan. 4. 

Beuoy, George H., Cedar Vale, Kans. Electrical cutting 
instrument. 2,120,598 ; June 14. 

Beusch, Christian, Wadenswil, Switzerland. Hydraulic 
brake. 2,107,257; Feb. 1. 

Beutel, Robert J., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Machine & Foundry Company. Bread slicer. 
2,141,947 ; Dec. 27. 

Beutlich, Sigurd, assignor to Scale-Models, Inc., Chicago, 
111. Truck assemblv for model railway cars. 2,133,530 ; 
Oct. 18. 

Bevard, Lawrence H., St. Louis, Mo. Electrode holder. 
2,124,283 ; July 19. 

Beverage, Harold H. (See Latimer, C. W., Finch, and 
Beverage. ) 

Beverage, Harold H., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Centralized control. 
2,112,877; Apr. 5. 

Beverage, Harold H., Riverhead, P. S. Carter, Port Jeffer- 
son, and G. S. Wickizer, Riverhead, N. Y., assignors 
to Radio Corporation of America. Short wave sig- 
naling. 2,138,134 ; Nov. 29. 

Beveridge-JIarvellum Company, The. (See Householder, 
G., and Shearer, assignors.) 

Beverley. Ernest R., Kansas City, Mo. Parking meter. 
2,122,973 ; July 5. 

Beverly Products Corporation. (See Lewis, Edward (!., 
assignor.) 

Bevier, Horace S., Paducah. Ky. Manually actuated 
vehicle. 2.114,648; Apr. 10. 

Bey, Edmund T. B., Prague, Czechoslovakia. Address card 
or the like. 2,128,793 ; Aug. 30. 

Beyer, Alois. (See Kennedy, L., and Beyer.) 

Beyer, Alvin D., Xorristown, Pa. Nourishing plants. 
2,135,998 ; Nov. 8. 

Bevor, Fred H., Lockport, N. Y. Dispensing container 
for styptic powder. 2.107,100; Feb. 1. 

Beyer, James E., Akron, and E. J. Leesman, Cincinnati, 
a.ssignors to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, 
Akron, Ohio. Stock preparation method. 2,123,839 ; 
July 12. 

Beyer, Millard L. (See Royce, A. A., and Beyer.) 

Beyor, Walter, North Tonawanda, N. Y. Safety match 
holder. 2.116,231 ; May 3. 

Beyer, Walter E., Indianapolis, Ind. Traffic signal. 
2,111,087 ; Mar. 15. 

Beyer, William K.. assignor to G. S. McGill, Chicago, 111. 
Combination heating and light radiating device 
2,118,145 ; May 24. 



Beyersdorfer, Paul, Reichenbach (Oberlausitz), assignor 
to Chemische Werke Schuster & Wilhelmy Patent- 
verwertungs-Gesellschaft m. b. H., Berlin, Germany, 
Making finely divided metal compounds. 2,112,189 : 
Mar. 22. 

Beynen, Laurens R., Brummen, B. M. van Dorp, Vorden, 
and W. van de Pol, Loenen, Veluwe, Netherlands. Pre- 
paring perforated metal articles. 2,123,297 ; July 12. 

Beyrich, Guide. (See Bernhard, A., and Beyrich.) 

Beyrodt, Kurt, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Electric 
Steam Sterilizing Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Demand feed system. 2,141,705 ; Dec. 27. 

Bezant, Ronald. (See Finlayson, D., and Bezant.) 

Bezault, Georges, Juvisy, France, assignor to Cartier, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Bracelet or other jewel. 2,120,308 ; 
June 14. 

Bezault, Georges, Juvisy, France, assignor to Cartier, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Bracelet or other jewel. 2,120,348 ; 
June 14. 

Eezjak, Victor. (See Petsche, J. D., and Bezjak.) 

Bezold, George L. (See Roosevelt, M. S., and Bezold.) 

Bezzenberger, Frederick K., Shaker Heights, Ohio, as- 
signor to A. Kietz, Bellevue, Wash., and P. D. Spaeth, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Permanent waving process and ap- 
paratus. 2,127,458; Aug. 16. 

Biach, Jolin L. (See Geer, C. D., and Biach.) 

Bialy, Andrew, assignor of one-half to G. J. Yox, one- 
fourth to N. Bialy, and one-fourth to H. Bialy, Buffalo, 
N. Y. Drip guard for windows. 2,120.171 ; June 7. 

Bialy, Helen, et al. (See Bialy, Andrew, assignor.) 

Bialy, Nellie, et al. (See Bialy, Andrew, assignor.) 

Bibb Manufacturing Company. (See Gwaltney, Eugene 
C, assignor.) 

Biberthaler, Max G., Meriden, and W. R. Becher, 
Wethersfield, assignors to The Silex Company, Hart- 
ford, Conn. Strainer. 2,123,327 ; July 12. 

Bibicos, Theodore, Cleveland, Ohio. Coin detecting device 
for slot machines. 2,118,425 ; May 24. 

Bice, Lorin, Laurel, and P. Soular, Billings, Mont., as- 
signors to A. O. Smith Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Extracting precious metals. 2,136,409 ; Nov. 15. 

Biehowsky, Francis R., Ann Arbor, Mich. Conditioning 
air or gas. 2,108,248 ; Feb. 15. 

Biehowsky, Francis R., Toledo, Ohio. Air conditioning. 
2,112,392 ; Mar. 29. 

Biehowsky, Francis R., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Recovery of 
solvents from gases. 2,129,299 ; Sept. 6. 

Biehowsky, Francis R., Ottawa Hills, Toledo, Ohio, as- 
signor to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Spiral heat interchanaer. 2,129,300 : Sept. 6. 

Biehowsky, Francis R., Toledo, Ohio, as'signor to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Spiral heat inter- 
changer and making same. 2,131,265 ; Sept. 27. 

Bickel, Clarke A., Huntington Park. Calif. Producing 
souvenir pocketpieces. 2,130,058 ; Sept. 13. 

Bickel, Clifford A., assignor to The Monarch Machine Tool 
Company, Sidney, Ohio. Diameter gauging apparatus. 
2,105,962 ; Jan. 18. 

Biclcel, Clifford A., assignor to The Monarch Machine 
Tool Co., Sidney, Ohio. Apparatus for turning com- 
plex workpieces. 2.140.949 : Dec. 20. 

Bickel, Frederic J., assignor to The Osbom Manufactur- 
ing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Brush. 2,108,742 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Bickel, Joseph W., Niles Center, 111. Circuit control 
means. 2,133,799 ; Oct. 18. 

Bickenheuser, Frank J., assignor of three-fourths to 
Gellocide C^orporation, and one-fourth to G. F. Collins, 
Sr., Tulsa, Okla. Topical germicidal medicine. 
2,114,369 ; Apr. 19. 

Bickenheuser, Frank J., assignor of three-fourths to 
Gellocide (Corporation, and one-fourth to G. F. Collins, 
Sr., Tulsa, Okla. Agent for the treatment of mucous 
surfaces. 2,114.370 ; Apr. 19. 

Bickford, Frederick E., Rye, N. Y. Packaging machine. 
2.116,995 ; May 10. 

Bickford, Frederick E., Rye, N. Y. Package making ma- 
chine. 2,128,982 ; Sept. 6. 

Bickford, Frederick E., Rye, N. Y. Package treating ma- 
chine. 2.i:'!0.761 : Sopt. 20. 

Bickley, Elmer, Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada. Fingernail 
file. 2,117,053; May 10. 

Bicknel, Ralph N., Bangor, Jlaine. Regulating valve for 
refrigerating s.vstems. 2.121.312; .Tune 21. 

Bicknell, George M., assignor to Carter Carburetor Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Automatic heat control valve 
for internal combustion engines. 2,108,639 ; Feb. 15. 

Bicknell, (ieorge R., Antioch, 111., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Laundry Machinery Company, Norwood, Ohio. 
Pressing machine work support positioning means 
2.1:^9.066; Dec. 6. 

Bicknese, Frank, Worthington, Minn. Pole bracket and 
insulator. 2,107,594 ; Feb. 8. 

Biddison, Pascal M.. Dallas, Tex., and M. R. Ryan and 
C. R. Burke, assignors to Danciger Oil & Refineries, Inc., 
Tulsa, Okla. Treatment of hydrocarbons. 2.105,467 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Bidrll(\ John, Whitwiek, assignor to M. Margolis, London, 
England. Self-lighting cigarette. 2,130,115 ; Sept. 13. 

Biddle, William C. (See Corbin. Elbert A., .Jr., assienor) 

Biddle, William C. (See Corbin, E. A., Jr., and Wolf, 
assignors.) 

Biddle. William M., Collingswood, N. J. Making last 
models for shoes. 2,140,505 ; Doc. 20. 



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Bidefeldt, Carl M., Stockholm, Sweden. Door lock switch. 
2,113,672 ; Apr. 12. 

Biderman, Julius, Brooklyn, N. Y. Container. 2,134,427 ; 
Oct. 25. 

Bidwell, Earl E., assignor to Productive Inventions, Inc., 
Gary, Ind. Spark plugs. 2,122,242 ; June 28. 

Bidwell. Paul W., and G. M. Prentice, Holyoke, Mass. 
Counting device. 2,122,710 ; July 5. 

Bidwell, William B, II, assignor of one-half to W. C. 
Bidwell, Portland, Oreg. Internal combustion engine. 
2,124,604; July 26. 

Bidwell, William C. (See Bidwell, William B., assignor.) 

Bieber, Clarence G., and M. P. Buck, Huntington, W. Va., 
assignors to The International Nickel Company, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Nickel anode. 2,117,284 ; May 17. 

Biederman, Edward G., assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Air-o-matic spot welder. 
2,120,141 ; June 7. 

Biederman, Joseph B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Device for the 
treatment of diseases of the genital organs. 2,112,646 ; 
Mar. 29. 

Biederman, Maurice H. (See Zlegler, Ray, assignor.) 

Biedermann, Oscar, assignor to The Globe Company, 
Chicago, 111. Tripe washer. 2,119,311 ; May 31. 

Biedermann, William P., Providence, R. I., assignor to 
Federal Chain Company. Chain. 2,140,491 ; Dec. 20. 

Bielec, Sam, et al. (See Sollinger, Henry R., assignor.) 

Bieling, Carl A., Westfleld, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electron discharge apparatus. 2,108,640 ; Feb. 15. 

Bieling, Carl A., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Piezoelectric device. 2,123,227 ; July 12. 

Bieling, Carl A., Westfleld, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electron discharge device. 2,125,279 ; Aug. 2. 

Bieling, Carl A., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electron discharge apparatus. 2,125,280 ; Aug. 2. 

Bielski, Joseph E., Oak Park, 111. Display sign. 
2,130,917 : Sept. 20. 

Bien, Israel, San Francisco, Calif. Sharpener. 
2,128,115 ; Aug. 23. 

Bienenfeld, Morris, Brooklvn, N. Y. Girdle, 2,107,849 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Bienert, Berthold. (See Gassner, S., and Bienert.) 

Bienert, Berthold, Leverkusen I. G. Werk, Germany, as- 
signor to General Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Acylamino phthalocyanlne. 2,133,340 ; Oct. 18. , 

Bienert, Berthold, Leverkusen-1. G. Werk, and K. Holzach, 
Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhine, Germany, assignors to Gen- 
eral Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Dyeing 
process. 2,3 35,633 ; Nov. 8. 

Bienstock, Samuel J., Bronx, N. Y. Mailing device. 
2,117,5.39 ; May 17. 

Bier, Arthur M., New York, N. Y. Locking and latching 
means. 2,129,810 ; Sept. 13. 

Bier, Walfoi', Berlin, Germany, assignor to Radio Patents 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Band pass filter. 
2,142,0.'?8 ; Dee. 27. 

liierer, John M.. Newton, assignor to Boston Woven Hose 
and Rubber Company, Cambridge, Mass. Machine for 
vulcanizing endless belting. 2,110.076 ; Mar. 1. 

I'ierniaiiiis, .joscf, Borlin-JolinnniHthal, (ici-iiiany, assignor 
to (icneral Electric Comi)any. Electric switcliing. 
2,138,652 ; Nov. 29. 

Biei-manns, Josef, Berlin-Johannisthal, and O. Mayr, 
Berlin-Karlshorst, Germany, assignors to General Elec- 
tric Company. Electric circuit interrupter. 2,140,378; 
Dec. 13. 

Biorwlrth, Riulolph A., Haddonficld, N. J., assignor to 
Radio (.'orporatiou of America. Audio frequency ampli- 
fier. 2,1], 'J, 393 ; Apr. 5. 

Iticslcr, Am.'ind.'i, adiiunisl riilrix. (See Biester, Ernest A.) 
liicNler, Ernest A., dcceiised, Cliicago, 111. ; A. Blester, 
a(hiiinistra1rix. llncUsaw. 2,116,137; May 3. 

Bigelow, George E., Southgale, .'ind A. R. Wels, assignors 
of one-half to Pacific P\iinp Works, Iliinlinnlon I'ark, 
Calif. Dui)lex high pressure rotary pump. 2,108,786; 
Feb. 22. 

Bigelow, Harry K., assignor to B. S. Lurle, Colunibua, 
Oliio. Mel hod and api)aratus for finishing brake slioes. 
2,1 iH,00;! ; May 17. 

Bigelow, Juliiin II. (See Drake. II. C, and Bigelow.) 

liigelow Lipliik (Corporation. (See Spencer, II. W., iiiid 
Davis, nsslgiHirs.) 

Bigelow, Newell M. (See Dahlen, M. A., I'.igciciw, iiiiil 
Zwllgnicycr. ) 



l!igi-low, Siewi'll 1\I. (See Dnhlen 

Bigelow, and Dccse.) 

I'.lgi'low Sanford ("arpet Co. 

asHlgiior.) 

BlgeldwSiniford Carpet Co 

Higiior. ) 

HIgi'low Siiiiford (Carpet Cii. 

MHHlgllOl'. ) 

Itlgi'low Simford ('Mriii'l < 

('•., iiHHlgnor.) 
IHgelow SMiirc)r<l ('nr|ii-l Cn. Inc. 

and Dow, nNHlgnorH. ) 
lUgelow, WlllanI I... Newport, Kv 

Aug. 1(1. 
IJIgger Tnifford W., and F. I 



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III 



M. A., /iWllgmeyer, 

(Sec Cooper, Wellealey B., 

(See Darlen/o, 1'''imiiIc, iis 

(See Coyle, Joseph A., 

(See Knowliind, Itlcliiird 

(Sci> Kiiiiwliiiiil, It. (;., 

(ioggle set. ■J.I'Jil.d!)? ; 

llargrovi 



N. v., HHHlgiKMH to (leiienil Fleclrle (!om|miiy 
drum. 2, 1 06,580; Jan. 25. 

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,Scli(>nee(iiilv, 
Holler 



Biggert, Florence C, Jr., Crafton, assignor to United 
Engineering & Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Universal coupling. 2,118,028 ; May 24. 

Biggs, George A., assignor to The James Leffel and Com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. Turbine pump. 2,131,611 ; 
Sept. 27. 

Biggs, George I. (See McKenney, William R., assignor.) 

Biggs, John L., Calumet City, 111. Fumigating materials. 
2,122,853 ; July 5. 

Biggs, Orrick H., Beverly, assignor to Hygrade Sylvania 
Corporation, Salem, Mass. Manufacture of reflector 
bulbs. 2,123,706 ; July 12. 

Biggs, William P., Washington, D. C. Respiratory device. 
2,104,016 ; Jan. 4. 

Bigler, Robert H. (See Schwarze, B. H., and Bigler.) 

Bigman, Morris L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Illuminating attach- 
ment for switch devices. 2,134,695 ; Nov. 1. 

Bigman, Morris L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Illuminated switch. 
2,134,696; Nov. 1. 

Bigney, S. O., & Company. (See Bigney, Sidney O., as- 
signor.) 

Bigney, Sidney O., Attleboro, Mass., assignor to S. O. 
Bigney & Company. Expansible chain structure. 
2,117,395 ; May 17. 

Bijur, (ieorge, executor. (See Bijur, Joseph.) 

Bijur, Joseph, New York, N. Y., assignor to Auto Research 
Corporation. Automatic centralized lubricating instal- 
lation. 2,104,729 ; Jan. 11. 

Bijur, Joseph, deceased, by G. Bijur, executor, New Y'ork, 
N. Y. ; said J. Bijur assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Auto Research (Jorporation. Lubrication. 2,105,468 ; 
Jan. 18- 

Bijur, Joseph, deceased, by G. Bijur, New York, N. Y., 
executor, assignor to Auto Research Corporation. Lu- 
brication. 2,134,697 ; Nov. 1. 

Bijur, Joseph, deceased, by G. Bijur, executor. New York, 
N. Y., assignor to Auto Research Corporation. Central 
lubrication. 2,139,659 ; Dec. 13. 

Bikkers, Alexander, The Hague, as.signor to W. F. Poel, 
Haarlem, Netherlands. Refrigerating machine of the 
absorption type. 2,134,996; Nov. 1. 

Bikle, William E. (See Thompson, W. D., and Bikle.) 

Bilbrey, Albert A., Salem, Oreg. Adhesive container stop- 
per and brush. 2,138,319 ; Nov. 29. 

Bilek, Karel. (See Svoboda, Jaroslav, and L., and Bilek.) 

Hilger, Walter A., Philadelphia, and D. M. Watson, Ards- 
ley, assignors to The American Pulley Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Grooved pulley. 2,140,068 : Dec. 13. 

Bilhuber, E., Inc. (See Euler, H. V., Albers, and Schlenk, 
assignors.) 

Bilhuber, E., Inc. (See Schenck, Gerhard, assignor.) 

Bilhuber, I'aul H., Douglaston, N. Y. Acoustic trans- 
lating device. 2,121,008; June 21. 

Bilhuber, Paul H., Douglaston, assignor tb Steinway & 
Sons, New York, N. Y. Soundboard for pianos. 
2,107,659 ; Feb. 8. 

Bilinski, Michael, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Trap. 
2,124,227 ; July 19. 

Billand, Carl, Kaiserslautern/Rheinpfalz, Germany. 
Molding by sand-blowing. 2,107,814 ; Feb. 8. 

Bille, llonricli, Saetre in Royken, assignor to Norsk 
Spraengstofindustri A/S, Oslo, Norway. Apparatus for 
tlie treatment of plastic explosives for the production 
of ribbon- or rod-shaped pieces. 2,116,007; May 3. 

Billig, ,);i(()b and P. J., Bronx, N. V., assignors to Breeze 
Corporation, Inc., Newark, N. J. Liquid tank. 
2,i;i4,078 ; Oct. 25. 

Billig, Kurt, Frankfort-on-the-Main-Hochst, assignor to 
I. G. Farbeninduslrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort- 
on-lhe-Main, Germany. Cyclic acetal. 2,131,998; 
Oct. 4. 

I'.illig, I'liili)) J. (See Billig, Jacob and l". J.) 

Billing, (ieorge W., assignor to R. Sc W. H. Symington 
& Company Ijimited, Market Ilarborough, England. 
Manufacture or production of material and garments 
therefrom for bathing and swimming. 2,135,027; 
Nov. 1. 

Billing, Noel P. (See Abbott, Frederick F. M., assignor.) 

Billing, Noel P., London, England. Photocraplilc camera 
.■ind attachincnts therefor. 2.137,378; Nov. 22. 

Hilling, Noel P., and A. II. Tapner, London, ICnghnid ; 
said Tapper a.ssignor to said Billing. Film envelope. 
2,1. ".7, 379 ; Nov. 22. 

Hilling, Noi'l P., London, and A. O. Willis, Itlchniond. 
Siiriev, lOngland ; saiil Willis aKslgnor to said Hilling. 
I'iini Envelope. 2,137,380; Nov. 22. 

Hilling, Wylv M.. Keiinetl Siiniire, I'n., assignor to Her- 
cules I'(iwdc-r Company, Wlliiilngtim, Del, l>r<<|<aralloii 
of polvliasic neids or 'anlivilildes. 2.12li.I>ll ; .Aug. It!. 

BllllngM,"i:dnuiiid. Wetsoii. and II, II. on'ull. WlnclioNler. 
asHigiiois to (iodfrev I/. Cabot, Inc., Boston, MasH. 
Mannfaeliire of carl)i>n lilaci;. 2.120.510; J\iin> II. 

Hllllng.M, Ddnnind, Wetson. ami II. II. oiVntt. Wlnelie.sler, 
MsslgnorH to Godfri'y I.. Ciiliot, Inc., Hoslori, Mmhm. 
IMannfaelure of carlion hUicU. 2.120.5-I1 ; June 1-1. 

Hillings, lOveiett W., .ir., l,o.-< Alij:elf». Calif. EriiMinK 

nm eh I lie. 2.1 I I, -I (12 ; Apr. lit. 
ItilUiik-H, llowanl J. (See Crocker. E. C.. nnd niUlnci«.) 

r.illlims. Ildwiiixl J., Soulli Arlon, aiiKlgiior to A. 1> I.ltlbv 

llKiil polMled. Cailll>l'ld«e. Miinn 'rieallui; eereillM llnd 

resnlilni; piediirl. 2.l31..s,m : Oct. •(. 
HllllngN, Itiilph K., l''ort Wiivne. Ind., iiNNlgiior to Genoriil 

lOlectrlc CoMipiiiiy. I. build cooler. 2.12.1,71)1; Aim, 30. 
HlUlngM and Speiii-er CoiiipMliy, 'I'he, (See (<<'|hi'|, Curl 

It., iiNslgnor. ) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Billings & Spencer Company, The. (See Ward, Ferrari 
P., assignor.) 

Billingsley, Wallace E., Daytona Beach, Fla. Trailer. 
2,135,097 ; Nov. 1. 

Billington, Arthur G., Rye, N. Y. Tool for pulling inside 
axle bearing cones. 2,113,755 ; Apr. 12. 

Billington, John E., Altrincham, and R. H. Scott, Enfield, 
assignors to Linotype and Machinery Limited, London, 
England. Typographical slug casting machine. 
2,112,134 ; Mar. 22. 

Billioque, Elie J. H., Le Pre-Saint-Gervais, France. 
Stabilizing device for aeroplanes. 2,112,757 ; Mar. 29. 

Billker, Fredrick W., Milwaukee, Wis., and J. B. Ball, 
Chicago, 111., assignors to Milv?aukee Sav? Trimmer Cor- 
poration, Milveaukee, Wis. Cutting machine. 
2,109,057; Feb. 22. 

Billner, Karl P., New York, N. Y. Method of and appa- 
ratus for the construction of walls and similar forms. 
2,116,557; May 10. 

Bills, Claud H., Maywood, assignor of one-half to C. W. 
Timmons, Alhambra, Calif. Tank flanged pipe cou- 
pling. 2,117,111 ; May 10. 

Billstein, Arthur E. F. (See Grindall, W. H., and Bill- 
stein.) 

Binapfl, Josef, Krefeld-Uerdingen, assignor to I. G. Farben- 
industrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany. Manufacture of condensation products of di- 
carboxylic acid anhydrides. 2,121,183 ; June 21. 

Binckley, George S., Los Angeles, Calif. Gas gravitometer. 
2,106,966 ; Feb. 1. 

Binder, Anna, Buchau, Germany. Climbing device for 
skis. 2,107,363 ; Feb. 8. 

Binder, Frederick G. (See McElroy, J. 11., Yeo, and 
Binder.) 

Binder, Gertrude S., administratrix. (See Binder, Rich- 
ard L.) 

Binder, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Article of manufac- 
ture. 2,129,399 ; Sept. 6. 

Binder, Richard L., deceased ; G. S. Binder, administra- 
trix, assignor to Metals Coating Company of America, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Metal spraying apparatus. 2,136,668 ; 
Nov. 15. 

Binder, William O., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Magne- 
sium base alloy. 2,124,537 ; July 26. 

Bindler, Jakob. (See Iselin, M., and Bindler.) 

Bindloss, Philip G. (See Herbst, P. J., Heacock, and 
Bindloss.) 

Bingham, Carl G., Highland Park, 111., and A. R. Zimmer, 
Kansas City, Mo., assignors to Sam'l Bingham's Son 
Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Machine for coating printers' 
rollers. 2,141.852 ; Dec. 27. 

Bingham, Charles E., et al. (See Bingham, John G., as- 
■sit'nor. ) 

Bingham, David W. (See GIbbs, H. J. and T. A., and 
D. W. Bingham.) 

Bingham, Eugene C, Easton, Pa., and D. Figlioli, assignors 
to Boorum & Pease Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fluid 
conductor for ruling machines and the like. 2,107,230 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Los Angeles, Calif. Mail pouch. 



San Juan, Tex. Weed destroyer. 



Bingham, Francis J., 
2,128,689 ; Aug. 30 

Bingham, Harvey N., 
2,115,702; May 3. 

Bingham, Irwin F. (See Cromer, S., and Bingham.) 

Bingham, John G., Bexhill-on-Sea, England, assignor of 
one-third to C. E. Bingham and one-third to L. Bing- 
ham. Pressure indicating device. 2,120,691 ; June 14. 

Bingham, Louise, et al. (See Bingham, John G., as- 
.siL'nor. ) 

Bingham, Thomas A. (See Gibbs, H. J. and T. A., and 
D. W. Bingham.) 

Bingham's, Sam'l, Sou Mfg. Co. (See Bingham, C. G., 
and Zimmer, assignors.) 

Biniek, Georg, Berlin-Charlottenburg, assignor to Siemens 
& Halske, Aktiengesellschaft, Siemensstadt, near Berlin, 
Germany. Electrolytic condenser. 2,139,437 ; Dec. 6. 

Binks Manufacturing Company. (See Bramsen, S.. and 
Wahlin, assignors.) 

Binks Manufacturing Company. 
Gustafsson, assignors.) 

Binks Manufacturing Company 
assignor.) 

Binks Manufacturing Company. 
Wahlin. assignors.) 

Binks, Melvin J„ assignor, by mesne assignments, to Ex- 
hibit Supply Company, Chicago, 111. Game apparatus. 
2,131,001 ; Sept. 27. 
Binley, Noble O. (See Skok, A., and Binle.v.) 
Binney, Charles A., Hornell, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Standard Stoker Company, Inc. (1922), 
New York, N. Y. Distributor head for stokers. 
2,121,313; June 21. 
Hinnoy, Eric A. (See Mardis, P. L., and Binney.) 

Binnoy & Smith Co. (Sop Eckhoff, Violet Al., assignor.) 

Binns, Edward H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Garment protector. 
2,111,164; Mar. 15. 

Binns, Edward H., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
support and protector. 2,112,009 

Binns, Edward H., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
2,125,867 ; Aug. 9. 

Binns, Edward H., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
2,125,868; Aug. 9. 



(See vireen, V. G., and 

(See Gustafsson, Eric, 

(See Gustafsson, E., and 



Combined garment 
; Mar. 22. 
Garment protector. 

Garment protector. 



Bins, Frank M., Butte, Mont. Coupling for canvas tubing. 
2,122,925; July 5. 

Binz, Arthur, Berlin, Germany, and B. Hughes, Carbon- 
dale, Pa., assignors to Winthrop Chemical Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Mercurized halogen methane 
sulphonic acids and tlieir salts and the preparation 
thereof. 2,129,988; Sept. 13. 

Birch, Harold W., Belmont, Mass. Burling table. 
2,105,715 ; Jan. 18. 

Birch, Herbert M. (See Shepard, Kelvin K., assignor.) 

Birch, William T., Chicago, 111. Water pressure regulator. 
2,105,876 ; Jan. 18. 

Bird, Byron M., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The Jeffrey 
Manufacturing Company. Jigging. 2,132,376 ; Oct. 11. 

Bird, Byron M., and E. F. Muller, Columbus, Ohio, as- 
signors to The Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. Ap- 
paratus for treating mineral materials. 2,132,375 ; Oct. 
11. 

Bird, Byron M., and F. P. Smith, assignors to The Jeffrey 
Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Air con- 
trolled water jig and valve therefor. 2,132,377 ; Oct. 

Bird, Byron M., and E. F. Muller, Columbus, Ohio, as- 
signors to The Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. Jig. 
2,132,378; Oct. 11. 

Bird, Harold S. (See Marsters, E. R., and Bird.) 

Bird, Herbert S. (See Jacobs, M. V., and Bird.) 

Bird, John C, Montclair, N. J., assignor to John Wyeth 
& Brother, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Preparing 
picric acid compounds. 2,139,400 ; Dec. 6. 

Bird, John L. (See Hodgman, F. S., and Bird.) 

Bird, Len O. (See Brodersen, Max M., assignor.) 

Bird, Lester F., assignor to Hanovia Chemical and Manu- 
facturing Company, New.irk, N. J. Electric switch. 
2,107,138 ; Feb. 1. 

Bird, Lester F., assignor to Hanovia Chemical and Manu- 
facturing Company, Newark, N. J. Intensity meter for 
ultraviolet rays. 2,114,163 ; Apr. 12. 

Bird Machine Co. (See Lyons, Sanford C, assignor.) 

Bird, Samuel B., Eockford, and A. L. Llppert, assignors 
to Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co., Wilmington, Del. 
Treating cotton fabric and the product thereof. 
2,111,486; Mar. 15. 

Bird & Son, Inc. (See Reynolds, Frank P., assignor.) 

Bird & Son, inc. (See Sutherland, Frank, assignor.) 

Bird, Whitworth F., Springfield, assignor to Collins & 
Aikman Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Multished loom. 
2,139.994 ; Dec. 13. 

Bird, Whitworth F., Springfield, and W. R. Hewton, as- 
signors to Collins & Aikman Corporation, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Loom. 2,111,525; Mar. 15. 

Bird, Whitworth F., Springfield, and W. R. Hewton, as- 
signors to Collins & Aikman Corporation, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Automatic double shuttle weft replenishing loom. 
2,111,526 ; Mar. 15. 

Bird, Whitworth F., Wallingford, and W. R. Hewton, 
assignors to Collins & Aikman Corporation, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Automatic loom. 2,136,331 ; Nov. 8. 

Bird, William, Buffalo, and D. R. Clark, Amherst, N. Y. 
Time controlled parachute release deice. 2,114,897 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Bird & Yeomans Limited. (See Taylor, Raymond, as- 
signor.) 

Birdseye, Clarence, Gloucester, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Birdseye Electric Company, Dover, 
Del. Reflecting glow lamp. 2,135,480 ; Nov. 8. 

Birdseye, Clarence, Gloucester, Mass., assignor to Birds- 
eye Electric Company. Adjustable electric lamp. 
2,138,780 ; Nov. 29. 

Birdseye, Clarence and H. D. Wilson, Gloucester, and W. 
N. Heath, Rockport, Mass., assignors to Birdseye Elec- 
tric Corporation, Dover, Del. Adjustable extension 
socltet. 2,118,785 ; May 24. 

Birdseye, Clarence, Gloucester, and C. K. Reiman, Newton, 
assignors to Birdseye Electric Company, Gloucester, 
Mass. Reflecting electric lamp. 2.121,314 ; June 21. 

Birdseye Electric Company. (See Birdseye, Clarence, 
assignor.) 

Birdseye Electric Company. (See Birdseye, C, and Rei- 
man, assignors.) 

Birdseye Electric Company. (See Reiman, C. K., and 
Cook, assignors.) 

Birdseye Electric Company. (See Wilson, H. D., and 
Heath, assignors.) 

Birdseye Electric Corporation. (See Birdseye, C, Wilson, 
and Heath, assignors.) 

Birdseye Electric Corporation. (See Cook, Joseph F., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Birdseye Electric Corporation. (See Heath, Walter N.. 
assignor.) 

Birdseye Electric Corporation. (See Rook, Charles R., 
assignor.) 

Birge, Ernest N., assignor to Seymour Manufacturing 
Company, Inc., Seymour, Ind. Scythe snath web. 
2,135,273; Nov. 1. 

Birge, l<'rancis J., assignor to Seymour Manufacturing 
Company, Incorporated, Seymour, Ind. Weed cutter. 
2,106,047 ; Jan. 18. 

Biri, Walter, and J. C. Clairon, New York, N. Y. Gar- 
ment hanger device. 2,113,394 ; Apr. 5. 

Birk, Harold W., East Hartford, Conn. Receptacle. 
2,125,419 ; Aug. 2. 

Birkeb.nk, Christian A. (See Snader, I. J., and Birkebak.) 



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Birkenbeuel, Edward B., assignor to Iron Fireman Manu- 
facturing Company, Portland, Oreg. Coupling for coal 
worm sections. 2.118,289 ; May 24. 

Birkenbeuel, Edward B., assignor to Iron Fireman Manu- 
facturing Company, Portland, Oreg. Underfeed stoker. 
2,122,711 ; July 5. 

Birkenbeuel, Edward B., assignor to Iron Fireman Manu- 
facturing Company, Portland, Oreg. Underfeed stoker. 
2,123,163 ; July 12. 

Birkenniaier, Theodore, assignor to W. N. Matthews Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Electrical cut-out. 2,135,787 : 
Nov. 8. 

Birkenmaier, Theodore, assignor to W. N. Matthews Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Fuse. 2,13.5,788 ; Nov. 8. 

Birkenmaier, Theodore, assignor to W. N. Matthews Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Fuse. 2,135,789 ; Nov. 8. 

Birkhimer, Edwin R. (See Ferris, S. W., and Birkhimer.) 

Birkigt, Louis, Versoix, near Geneva, Switzerland. Super- 
charged engine fed through a radiator system. 
2,136,964 ; Nov. 15. 

Birkigt, Marc, Bols-Colombes, France. Percussion fuse. 
2,116,820; May 10. 

Birkland, Stellan, San Francisco, Calif., assignor to Amer- 
ican Can Company, New York, N. Y. Container. 
2,139,660; Dec. 13. 

Birmingham, Thomas F., Hammond, Ind., assignor to The 
Superheater Company, New York, N. Y. Welding fins to 
tubes. 2,107,435 ; Feb. 8. 

Birnbach Radio Company. (See Wertheimer, Samuel M., 
assignor.) 

Biro, Carl G., Marblehead, Ohio. Meat cutting and slic- 
ing machine. 2,104,360 ; Jan. 4. 

Biro, Carl G., Marblehead, Ohio. Saw setting machine. 
2,109,161 ; Feb. 22. 

Biro, Carl G., Marblehead, Ohio. Meat cutting and slicing 
machine. 2,113,931 ; Apr. 12. 

Biro, Carl (i.. Marblehead, Ohio. Power meat band saw. 
2,120.903 ; June 21. 

Birr, Emil J. (See Wilmanns, G., Fricke, and Birr.) 

Birr, Rudolph G., Lombard, 111., assignor to Steiner Sales 
Company, Salt Lake City, Utah. Towel dispensing ap- 
paratus. 2,117,396 ; May 17. 

Birr, Rudolph G., Lombard, 111., assignor to Steiner Sales 
Company, Salt Lake Citv, Utah. Toweling dispensing 
apparatus. 2,134.631 ; Oct. 25. 

Birr, Rudolph G., Lombard, and A. C. Grunwald, River 
Forest, 111., assignors to Steiner Sales Company, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. Paper towel dispensing apparatus. 
2,118,336; May 24. 

Birtles, Arthur B., assignor to Wood-Mosaic Co., In- 
corporated, Ijouisville, Ky. Portable composite floor. 
2,138,085 ; Nov. 29. 

Birtley Company Limited, The. (See Appleyard, K. C, 
and Pollitt, assignors.) 

Bischof, Bernhard, Kiel, Oermanv. Hydraulic transmis- 
sion. 2,141,166 ; Dec. 27. 

Bischof, Bernhard. Kiel, Germany. Control mean.« for 
hydraulic transmission. 2,141,167; Dec. 27. 

Bischof, Bcrnliai'd, Kiel. Germanv. Slide valve arrange- 
ment for liy<lraulic gears. 2,141.168; Dec. 27. 

Bischof, Jiiliu.s L. (.See Carey, M. G., and Bischof.) 

Bischof, Otto, Royal Oak, Mich. Molding apparatus 
2,138,470 ; Nov. 29. 

Bischofr, Fritz E., Santa Barbara, Calif. Insulin prepara- 
tion. 2.121.900; June 28. 

Hischoff, TTelnricli, Korntal, assignor to Itiibert Bosch 
Gesellschaft niit boRchrilnkter Ilaftung. Stuttgart, Ger- 
many. Magneto. 2,116.354 ; May 3. 

Bischoff, Kurt. (See Niemann, C, and Bischoff.) 

Blschoff, Kurt, Alterlangen, ne;ir Erlangen, C. Niemann, 
Buckonhof, near Erlangen, H. Wiinsch, Erlangen, as- 
signors to The firm Sipmens-Reinlger-Werko. Aktien- 
gcHcllschafl, T'lTJin, Gcrin.-iny. Unitary Roentgen ap- 
paratus. 2,132,073: Oct. 11. 

BIschoir Robert. (Sec Brisbane, E. C, and Blschoff.) 

Bischofr, R<)l)ort, assignor to S. Morgan Smilli Company, 
York, Pa. Valve. 2.128,071 ; Aug. 23. 

Bishop & B.'ibcock Mfg. f^onipnny, The. (Sec Findley, 
Howard J., assignor.) 

Bishop. )i'rc>(lcric L., Fox (,'liapel, assignor to .\moric:ui 
Window (Ilass (.'ompanv, I'illsburgh, I'a. Manufacture 
of slicct glMs.s. 2,110.693 ; May 10. 

IUnIioi). George D., assignor to Crown Paper Company, 
Sanford, Ii'la. Packaging of fruits and vegetables. 
2,109,705; Mar. 1. 

BIkIioi). (Jiih 1!., Klllarn<'V, Fla. Washing machine. 
2,115,011 ; Apr. 2C. 

l'iHlio[). Ilowarii I'., Summit. N. .1. Laundry blueing and 
Hf>iiiiMg cDiriiioHlllDii. 2,111,589; Dec. 27. 

BiHhop. Jolni ('.. .Savannah, N. Y. Trouser clip for clasp. 
2.107,516 ; Feb. 8. 

BlKhop. John C. Suvannali. N. Y. Antiskid. 2,107.017; 
Feb. 8. 

Itlslidp. .lolm ("., Savannah, N. Y. Poflt chinip cluilns. 
2,122,851 ; July 5. 

BlHliiip, LcdMard ,1.. MHKlgnor to Meclmnlcal IlMndllng 
SvhIcimh. Inc.. Delroll. Mich. Conveyer. 2,12().0.%2; 
.hiiif 7. 

DlNhop. Li'duaril J., Del roll. Mich,, MHKlgiiiir (o Meclmnlcal 
Itniidllng SyHleniN, Inc. Autiiimitlc Hpeed ndJuNtInK ile- 
vlce f(ir mulllrili> drive conveyer HyHtein. 2.128,71)fi; 
Aug. .30. 
IllHlicip. I.i'onaiil J., MNHlgiKir In .M<'<'hMnl<'iil IImikIIImi: 
SvMlcmH. Inc. Delroll. .\ll<li. I'iihIht dog tm- ccuni'viT 
■•liiiliiM. 2.132. -155 ; Oct. 1 I. 



Bishop, Mark. (See Fletcher, H., Bishop, and Jones.) 

Bishop, Mark. (See Petcher, H. S., Bishop, and Jones.) 

Bishop, William H., Birmingham. England. Sliding roof 
for vehicles. 2,117,598; May 17. 

Bishop, William H., Birmingham, England. Sliding roof 
for vehicles. 2,122,712 ; July 5. 

Bishop, William H., assignor to Weathershields Limited, 
Birmingham, England. Opening roof for vehicle bodies. 
2,132,228 ; Oct. 4. 

Bishop, William T., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Stabilized chlorinated par- 
affin wax and producing. 2,119,149 ; May 31. 

Bising, James A. M., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to 
Manning, Maxwell & Moore, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Thermometer. 2,119,126 ; May 31. 

Bisonit G. m. b. H. (See Gullich, Kurt, assignor.) 

Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crousc-Hinds Company, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Signal casing. 2,107,777 ; Feb. 8. 

Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Push button switch. 2,113,756 ; Apr. 
12. 

Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, 
Syracuse, N. Y. System for regulating controllers. 
2.120,123 ; June 7. 

Bissell, Carl H.. assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Electrical connecter. 2,129,811 ; 
Sept. 13, 

Bissell, David J., assignor to Quad Pneumatic Lift Com- 
pany, Spokane, Wash. Door closer. 2,128,633 ; Aug. 30. 

Bissell, Everett S., Irondequoit, assignor to Bausch & 
Lomb Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Optical in- 
strument. 2,117,134 ; May 10. 

Bissell, Everett S., Irondequoit, assignor to Bausch & 
Lomb Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Illuminating 
device. 2,117,135 ; May 10. 

Bissell, Everett S., Irondequoit, assignor to Mixing Equip- 
ment Co., Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Material agitating 
means. 2,137,328 ; Nov. 22. 

Bissell, William T., assignor to Journal Box Servicing 
Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind. Joiirnal box waste 
grab preventing means. 2,129.812 ; Sept. 13. 

Bisson, Henry A., Berlin, N. H. Paper towel receptacle. 
2,125,420 ; Aug. 2. 

Bisson, Orphir. (See Robillard, Gaspard, assignor.) 

Bissonnette, Julien, Manchester, N. H. Heat deflector. 
2,136,837 ; Nov. 15. 

Bister, Germain J. M., Paris, France. Calculating ma- 
chine. 2,119,003; May 31. 

Bisterfeld, Ernst. (See Albrccht, K.. and Bohlk, as- 
signors.) 

Bistrom, Frank V. (See Allin, G. S.. and Bistrora.) 

Biswell, Charles B., and W. V. Wirth, Woodstown, N. J., 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Oxidation of alkyl pyridines and 
alkvl quinolines. 2,109,954 ; Mar. 1. 

Biswell, Charles B., and W. V. Wirth, Woodstown, N. J., 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington, Del. Preparing meta-nitro-para-toluidine. 
2,128,511 ; Aug. 30. 

Biswell, Charles B., and W. V. Wirth, Woodstown, N. J.. 
assignors to E, I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Manufacture of 4-amino-azo-benzene- 
4'-sulphouie acid. 2,139,325; Dec. 6. 

Bi.szantz, Fred, assignor lo The (Jalion Metallic Vault 
Company, Gallon, Ohio. Dump body leverage. 
2.136,231 ; Nov 8. 

Biszantz, Fred, assignor to The Gallon Metallic Vnnll 
Company, Gallon, Ohio. Dump body leverage, 
2.139,794 ; Dec. 13. 

Biszantz, Fred, assignor to The Gallon Metallic \'aull 
(^)mpanv, (lallon, Ohio. Dump bodv. 2,139,795 ; Dec. 
13. 

Biszantz, Fred, assignor to The Gallon Metallic Vault Com- 
pany, Gallon, Ohio. Tire carrier and body construction. 
2,140,615; Dec. 20. 

Bitner. Ralph E., Flushing, N. Y. Light frequency con- 
veiler. 2,120.910; June 14. 

Bllner, William 11. (See Belterton. J. O., and BKnor.) 

nil nor, William 11., Metuclien. N. J., assignor to .Ameri- 
can Smelling and Relining ('(impany. Now York, N. Y. 
lOleclrolylic apparatus, 2,1 15,001 ;' .Apr, 26, 

Biliui-, William II., Mt-tuchen. N, J,, assignor to .Vmerlcnn 
Smelling and Kellnlng Company, New York, N. Y. 
lOli'cl idlylic .'ipparalus. 2, 1 22,.S7i; ; .Inly 5, 

nilney, I><'wey II.. assignor to Union Slci-l' Products Com- 
puMV. .Mhlon, Mich. Camp stove. 2,122,275; June 28. 

Bitter, Francis. (Si'c Krey, A. A., and Blllor.) 

Blllcr, John I,,. Johnson Clly. Tenn,. nsslmior to North 
.Aiiicriciin Kavoti Corporal Ion, New York. N. Y. Ho- 
Inforcrd nililx'r article. 2.13(),li;t; Sept. 20. 

Bluing, Incorporated. (See Keller, Marry 11.. nRRli;nor,) 

Itlllni'r. Cllfl'diil. Iterwiek. I'm,, assignor to American Car 
and Fouiidiv Company. .New York, N. Y. AdJUHtaliJe 
sent, 2.i:tl>,25:i ; I lee, (I, 

Hlllnor, Joseph II , .iHslgnor to (irimili Tool Works. IMilla- 
(lelplila. I'll, Wrench. 2.107,2:11 ; Keli. 1. 

Tlltlorf. I.ouIh a., aHNlgnor lo NmIIom.mI Miinuriicturlng 
Co , SIfilliu', III Ilhik'-- i>McUMin> 2.I.'tSn(11 ; Dec 11 

nituvert Corporation. (See Sntlller, 8. S.. and Field. 
naalKnors.) 

nH/<'r. (.'ottloli. Lincoln Park. jiKNlgnor lo 'rexllle Mn- 
rliliir \\ <irl,H. WyomlhNing, I'a. Miilllple loop reculal 
lag mcchanlHin. 2,I2.'>.8.')I ; Aug. 2. 

Illlrer, J.diii, Si I.oiiIn, Mo, Slick ImnBcr. 2,ll7,28n; 
ilay 17, 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 193S 



Bivort, Henri J., Brussells, Belgium. Glass tank furnace. 
2,131,215 ; Sept. 27. „ ^, 

Bixby, Butler L., Buffalo, assignor of one-tenth to E. H. 
Wright, Oleau, N. Y. Automatic welding torch. 
2,122,194 ; June 28. 

Bixby, Kenneth R., Genesee, 111., assignor to The Marion 
Steam Shovel Company, Marion, Ohio. Excavating 
machine. 2,139,254; Dec. 6. 

Bixby, Kenneth R., Geneseo, 111., assignor to The Marion 
Steam Shovel Company, Marion, Ohio. Excavating 
machine. 2,139,255 ; Dee. 6. 

Bixby, Leo A., Kalamazoo, assignor to Clark Equipment 
Company, Buchanan, Mich. Brake construction. 
2,133,074; Oct. 11. 

Bixby, Walter, assignor to Shawmut Engineering Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Yarn carrier or tube frame. 
2,128,875; Aug. 30. , „, „ . , ^, 

Bixler, Harley H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Valve assembly. 2,120,852 ; June 
14. 

Bixler, Harley H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Refrigerating machine. 
2,130,835 ; Sept. 20. 

Bjorkmau, Carl G., Chicago, 111. Process and apparatus 
for making gut string. 2,104,730 ; Jan. 11. 

Biorkman, John G., Shreveport, La. Making decorative 
plates. 2,126,088; Aug. 9. ^ ,. 

Bjorkstrcim, Gustaf W., Stockholm, Sweden. Cooling 
system for combustion engines. 2,110,497 ; Mar. 8. 

Bjornson, Bjiirn G., Wyoming, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Signal control circuits. 2,116,558 ; May 10. 

Bjornson, Bjorn G., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Control circuits. 
2,131,580; Sept. 27. 

Bjornson, Bjorn G., New York, N. Y., and N. W. Bryant, 
Lyndhurst, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Two-way sig- 
naling system. 2,112,515 ; Mar. 29. 

Bjornson, Ingvard, Sunset Beach, Calif. Garment control 
belt. 2,113,911 ; Apr. 12. 

Blach, Ralph C, Birmingham, Ala. Pants measuring 
device. 2,114,990 ; Apr. 26. 

Blach, Ralph C, Birmingham, Ala. Templet for marking 
trouse;- cuffs. 2,133,417 : Oct. 18. 

Blacher, Joseph, Boston, Mass. Flashing. 2,122,926 ; 
July 5. 

Black, Arthur P. (See Armett, G. A., Black, and Pulton.) 

Black, Clarence R., Ocala, Fla. Display rack. 2,122,833 ; 
July 5. 

Black-Clawson Company, The. (See Kutter, Herman L., 
assignor.) 

Black & Decker Electric Company, The. (See Cole, James 
D., assignor.) 

Black & Decker Manufacturing Company. (See Whitney, 
K. E., and Decker, assignors.) 

Black, Edward R., et al. (See Black, Elam L., assignor.) 

Black, Edward R., assignor to Black Systems, Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Building covering. 2,133,683 ; Oct. 18. 

Black, Elam L., assignor to E. B., J. E., and E. L. Black, 
doing business as Black Systems, Chicago, 111. Building 
covering. 2,117,014 ; May 10. 

Black, Floyd C. (See Gebert, A. E., and Black.) 

Black, Harold M., assignor to McKee Glass Company, 
Jeannette, Pa. Glass feeder. 2,121,945 ; June 28. 

Black, Harold S., Elmhurst, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Trans- 
mission system. 2,106,337 ; Jan. 25. 

Black, Harold S., Elmhurst, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone 
signaling system. 2,117.835 ; May 17. 

Black, Harold S., Elmhurst, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Trans- 
mission system. 2,126,529 ; Aug. 9. 

Black, Harold S., Elmhurst, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wave 
translation system. 2,131,365 ; Sept. 27. 

Black, Harold S., Elmhurst, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Electric 
wave amplifying system. 2,131,366 ; Sept. 27. 

Black, Harold S., Elmhurst, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Distor- 
tion correction in wave transmission. 2,140,492 ; Dec. 
20. 
Black, Harold S., Elmhurst, and E. K. Van Tassel, Great 
Kills, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Signaling system. 2,126,530 ; 
Aug. 9. 

Black, Horace D., Farnham Royal, and A. A. C. Degen, 
Harrow, assignors to Bell Punch Company Limited, 
lyondon, England. Ticket issuing machine. 2,115,760 ; 
May 3. 
Black. James E., et al. (See Black, Elam L., assignor.) 
Black, James J., assignor to The Trailer Company of 
America, Cincinnati, Ohio. Trailer truck frame. 
2,115,440; Apr. 26. 
Black, James J., assignor to The Trailer Company of 
America, Cincinnati, Ohio. Forming tubular struc- 
tures from sheet metal. 2,115,441 : Apr. 26. 
Black, James J., assignor to The Trailer Company of 
America, Cincinnati, Ohio. Prop for semitrailers. 
2.118,004 ; May 17. 
Black, Jay T., assignor to Zenith Carburetor Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Pressure reducing device. 2,118,290 ; 
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Black, John O., Detroit, assignor to The American Forging 
and Socket Company, Pontiac, Mich. Battery instal- 
lation for motor vehicles. 2,106,883 ; Feb. 1. 

Black, Knox C, Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Repeatered line system. 2,111,607 ; Mar. 22. 

Black, Leroy G., assignor to American Potash & Chemical 
Corporation, Trona, Calif. Fusing hydrated substance. 
2,122,634 ; July 5. 

Black, Millard S., Huntington Park, Calif., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to J. A. Kammerdiner, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Jar. 2,126,241 ; Aug. 9. 

Black, Norman F. (See Harris, J. M., Jr., and Black.) 

Black Rock Mfg. Company, The. (See Keller, Joseph R., 
assignor.) 

Black, Si vails & Bryson, Inc. (See Raymond, Gwynne, 
a.ssignor.) 

Black, Sivalls & Bryson, Inc. (See Raymond, G., and 
Young, assignors.) 

Black Systems. (See Black, Elam L.) 

Black Systems, Inc. (See Black, Edward R., assignor.) 

Black, Wayne C, Elyria, assignor to The Ridge Tool 
Company, North Ridgeville, Ohio. Valve washer. 
2,121,315 ; June 21. 

Black, Wilbert C. (See Pedatella, Frank, assignor.) 

Black, William, Kings Park, N. Y. Price tag holder. 
2,137,938 : Nov. 22. 

Black, William A., Montclair, N. J., assignor to United 
Research Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. Fly- 
wheel clutch mechanism. 2,106,338 ; Jan. 25. 

Black, William A., Montclair, N. J., assignor to Fairchild 
Aerial Camera Corporation, Woodside, Long Island, 
N. Y. Focal plane camera shutter. 2,133,011 ; Oct. 11. 

Black, William H., New York, N. Y. Safety razor. 
2,117,136; May 10. 

Blackburn Aircraft Limited. (See Fenton, George B., 
assignor.) 

Blackburn Aircraft Limited. (See Petty, George E., as- 
signor.) 

Blackburn, Charles L., London, England, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Diamond Power Specialty Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Gauge glass indicator. 
2,115,899 ; May 3. 

Blackburn, Daniel M., assignor to Hendrick Manufacturing 
Company, Carbondale, Pa. Fastening device for screen 
plates. 2,114,329 ; Apr. 19. 

Blackburn, George, and Sons Limited. (See Start, Harry 
W. and E., assignors.) 

Blackburn, George P., South Portland, Jlaine. Screw 
driver. 2,116,775 ; May 10. 

Blackburn, Jasper, Webster Groves, Mo. Frictioual wire 
connecter. 2,108,957 ; Feb. 22. 

Blacker, Latham V. S., Coates, near Fittleworth, Eng- 
land. Projectile. 2,112,758; Mar. 29. 

Blackhawk Mfg. Co. (See Mandl, Sigmund, assignor.) 

Blackhawk Mfg. Co. (See Pfauser, Edward M., as- 
signor.) 

Blackley, James L. (See Dean, E. W., and Blackley.) 

Blackley, James L., assignor to Duplex Printing Press Com- 
pany, Battle Creek, Mich. Inking mechanism for print- 
ing rolls. 2,140,950 ; Dec. 20. 

Blackman, Philo M., Elgin, and H. R. Baldwin, Carpen- 
tersville, 111., assignors to Elgin Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Straight line capping machine. 2,136,037 ; 
Nov. 8. 
Blackman, Ralph B., Rutherford, N. J., and E. Lakatos, 
assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Electromechanical wave filter. 
2,139,220; Dec. 6. 

Blackmorc, William, Cleveland Heights, assignor to 
National Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Journal box. 2,118,146 ; May 24. 

BlacUsliaw. Harold. (See Baldwin, A. W., Blackshaw, and 
Woolvin.) 

Blackshaw, Harold, R. W. Hardacre, and W. A. Sexton, 
Blackley, Manchester, England, assignors to Imperial 
Chemical Industries Limited. Dyeing. 2,115,136 ; Apr. 
26. 

Blackshaw, Harold, and M. A. T. Rogers, Blackley, Eng- 
land, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. 
Dyeing cellulose esters and ethers. 2,132,456 ; Oct. 11. 
Blackshaw, Jessie I., Watford, England. Safety harness 
for a child. 2,132,556 ; Oct. 11. 

Blackshaw, Joseph L., Brooklyn, assignor to W. L. 
Fleisher, New York, N. Y. Orienting strand material. 
2,132,457 ; Oct. 11. 

niackstone, Clarence W., Chicago, 111., assignor to Stand- 
ard-Knapp Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. Label- 
feeding mechanism. 2.137,381 ; Nov. 22. 
Blackstone Manufacturing Company. (See Conterman, 

Fred A., assignor.) 
Blackwell, Elie O., Gainesville, Fla. Multiple cement 
block forming machine and making hollow building 
blocks. 2.133,737 : Oct. IS. 

Blackwell, Herbert H., Roanoke, Va. Electric vacuum 

shaver. 2,129,559 ; Sept. 6. . 
Blackwood, E. M., et al. (See Herndon, William T., as- 
signor.) 
Blaetz, Harry M., Haddonfield, N. J. assignor to The 
Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Ap- 
paratus for heat treating electrotype printing plates. 
2.129,904; Sept. 13. 
Blaha, Stephen J. (See Bowersox, J. W.. and Blaha.) 
Blahnik, Frank M. (See Colburn, B. E., and Blahnik.) 
Blair, Charles M. (See IMcNamee, R. W., and Blair.) 



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Blair, Charles M., assignor to The Tret-0-Lite Company, 

Webster Groves, Bio. Breaking petroleum emulsions. 

2.110.837 ; Mar. 8. 
Blair, Charles M., Charleston, and T. F. Carruthers, 

South Charleston, W. Va., assignors to Carbide and 

Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Plastic composition. 

2,120,927 ; June 14. 
Blair, Edward h. (See Blucher, Amos A., assignor.) 
Blair, Gerhardt, Newfoundland, N. J., assignor of one- 
half to P. Hevmann, New York, N. Y. Ironing device. 

2,138,567 ; Nov. 29. 
Blair, James H., Staten Island, assignor to Chayes Dental 

Instrument Corporation, New York, N. Y. Dental 

instrument. 2,135,933 ; Nov. 8. 
Blair, Joseph N., assignor of one-half to J. W. Roxborough, 

Detroit, Mich. Propeller. 2,105,963 ; Jan. 18. 
Blair-McGuffie, James C, Westminster, England. Facing 

walls. 2,115,612 : Apr. 26. 
Blair. Robert S. (See Hulse. George E., assignor.) 
Blair, Robert S., New York, N. Y. Window construction. 

2,122,5.53; July 5. 
Blair, Robert S., New York, N. Y. Humidifying apparatus 

and method. 2,124,482 ; July 19. 
Blair, Rolandis A., Columbia City, Ind. Rail anchor. 

2,126,983 ; Aug. 16. 
Blake, Anna B., executrix. (See Blake, James F., as- 
signor.) 
Blake, Eli J., deceased, Haddonfleld, N. J., and A. H. 

Adams, Yonkers, N. Y. ; E. A. Blake, executrix, said 

Adams assignor to E. A. Blake, East Orange, N. J. 

Train dispatching system. 2,111,352 : Mar. 15. 
Blake, Elsie A., executrix. (See Blake, E. J., and Adams.) 
Blake, Forest B., Mountain View, N. J., assignor to Bell 

Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Call distributing telephone system. 2,121,419 ; June 21. 
Blake, James F., deceased, b.v A. B. Blake. Tulsa, Okla., 

executrix ; A. B. Blake, assignee bv decree of court. 

Thief tube. 2.137,3 28 ; Nov. 15. 
Blake iManufacturing Corporation. (See Officer, W. I., 

and Wood, assignors.) 
Blake, William B., Marion. Ind. Electric deep grease fryer 

and the like. 2,128,738 ; Aug. 30. 
Blake, William H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Mechanical pencil. 

2,106,389; Jan. 25. 
Blakeloy, Richard M., Hamilton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Monopower Corporation, Detroit, Jlich. 

Transmission. Rp. 20,757 ; June 14. 
P.lakoney, Francis M. (See Ring, Ernest A., assignor.) 
Blakeslee, Henry J., Marlboro, Conn. Electrical con- 
nection block. 2,110,968 ; Mar. 15. 
Blakeslee, Henry J., Marlboro, Conn. Electrical terminal. 

2,110.969 : Mar. 155. 
Blakeslee. Henry J., Jlarlboro. assignor to The States 

Company, Hartford, Conn. Electrical connection block. 

2.120.061 : June 7. 
Blakesley, Fr.ink S., Chicago. 111. Sander, sand spray, 

or distributor. 2.113,503 ; Apr. 5. 
Blakeway, Arthur II., assignor to The Metal Box Com- 
pany, Lid., London, lOngland. Sheet metal container. 

2.107.232: Feb. 1. 
Blalock, Buriiian K. (See Ilnss, Joscpli F., assignor.) 
nialock, J'Uigene M., Oakland, Calif., assignor of forty 

per cent to R. Bates, seven and ono-half per cent to 

C. ('.. Voglesong, seven and one-half per cent to W. 

Pentecost, and five per cent to H. B. RIoore. Retort. 

2,134.244; Oct. 25. 
Blanc, Jean J., Courbevoie, France. Device for securing 

togetlier articles such as plates or the like. 2,136,875; 

Nov. 15. 
Blanc, Samuel O., Des Moines, Iowa. Drain cleaner. 

2,111,527 : Mar. 15. 
Ill;uicha, Felix C, Manoa, Pa., assignor to Radio Corpora- 
tion of America. Electron discharge apparatus. 

2,109,834 ; Mar. 1. 
Blanclinrd, Almond G., Niles, Mich. fJravel waslic'. 

2.119,414 : May 31. 
Rlnnchard. Alva G. (See Mnlloy, OUie L., assignor.) 
HIancliaid. A\\:\ G. (Sec Wh.aley. William 10.. assignor.) 
Blanclinrd, Alva G.. Slircveport, La. Illuminated bniler 

Wiiter levi'i g.uiL'e. 2,109.318; Feb. 22. 
lil.iiicliaid, Alva (;., Slireveport, I^a. Hydraulic weighing 

atid tesling niacliine. 2.125,-183; Aug. 2. 
BhuK'hard, An(lr<5, La Bastide, assignor to Sodfli^ 

Anonymc Ftabllssements Belts et Blancliard, La 

li.islidi', Bordeaux, I''rance. Measuring vnlve for use 

with collapKible tubes. 2,110,103; Mar. 1. 
r.l;iii(li;ircl, Iti iijainlii I!.. Suaiiipscol I , Mass., nRslgnor to 

lliiilid Slioi' .MmcIiIimiv ('(irpor.'itioM. Paterson, N. .1. 

Sliipling iii.Mcliine. 2,111.608; Mar. 22. 
Hlanchard, liiiijamin 1'., I.lndi'n, Ohio. ("uHplddi- liolilcr 

for mot or v.'lilclcH. 2,1 ls.;!;i7 : May 24. 
Mlaiicliai-d, CliMrli'S K., Uandoipli, aHslgnor to B. 1''. 

Slurli'Viint Conipaiiy. HdHlnn, .Mass. Air conditioning 

KyKt(ni iillll/lMg rcl'rIgerMlion. 2,123,352; .Inly 12. 
I'.laiicliitrd. I'lovil .M.. l.oMiliin. lOngl/iiiil. ( 'Dnnecllon for 

I'ndh'HM clialii nirclianlKiii. 2. KM. 222; Oct. 25. 
Blaiulijird, Genrgc U., Clilcngo, III. Prlve MHHCinbly. 

2.I32.92K : on. 11. 
niMiichnrd. Lorlng W., Jr. (See Malm. (". J., and 

Itlaliclinrd. ) 
Itlaiiilinid. \\'<-niiT .L. Ki'iiinnrc, \. Y., uNMlglior, by nu'Hne 

:iHNli;iiiiii'nlH. to ('iirtlHH Wrltilii CorporMtlon. Aircraft 

pow<r plant conlnil. 2.12R.9S3; Sept. (I. 
Ulanrlicl. .liMiM, PiirlH. I''riinrr. X'alve fur Inleriiiil cum 

hiiNlirin I'ligliirH. 2,111,5-19; .Mar. 22. 



Blanck, Frederick C, Washington, D. C, T. L. Swenson, 
Chevy Chase, Md., H. H. Mottern, Pullman, Wash., and 
H. E. Goresline, Silver Spring, and E. K. Nelson, Sligo 
Park Hills, Md., dedicated to the free use of the People 
of the United States of America. Preservation of 
liquids. 2,104,710 ; Jan. 4. 

Blandford, Glen G., Grand Rapids, Mich. Washing ma- 
chine. 2,107,139 ; Feb. 1. 

Blandi, Giacomo, Pittsburgh, Pa. Cooking utensil. 
2,134,997 ; Nov. 1. 

Blank, Alton J. (See Blank, John A. and A. J.) 

Blank, Elmer H., Daytona, assignor of one-half to J. B. 
Hooker, Jacksonville, Fla. Roofing cornerpiece. 
2,110.258 ; Mar. 8. 

Blank, John A., Ironton, Ohio, and A. J. Blank, Puebla, 
Mexico, assignors to Cement Process Corporation. 
Manufacture of cementitious materials. 2,125,281 ; 
Aug. 2. 

Blank, John E., assignor to Ryerson & Haynes, Inc., 
Jackson, Mich. Wheel assembly. 2,113,541 ; Apr. 5. 

Blankenbuehler, John H., Edgewood, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Reversing switch for dvnamo-olectric ma- 
chines. 2,121,581 ; June 21. 

Blankenbuehler, John H., Edgewood, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Dynamo-electric machine. 2,125,062 ; 
July 26. 

Blankenbuehler, John H., Edgewood, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Control for welding generators. 
2,135,046 ; Nov. 1. 

Blankenbuehler, John H., Edgewood, and I. J. Rees, Turtle 
Creek, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufac- 
turing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Control for 
welding generators. 2,135,045 ; Nov. 1. 

Blanton, Carl L., Chester. Pa. Engine cooling system 
and .structure. 2.124,523 ; July 26. 

Blaser, John. (See Blaser, Paul, assignor.) 

Blaser, Paul, assignor of fifty per cent to J. Blaser, Rose- 
vear. Alberta, Canada. Aeroplane propeller drive mech- 
anism. 2,135,381 ; Nov. 1. 

Blasier, George F., assignor to Buffalo Bolt Company, 
North Tonawanda, N. Y. Rotary furnace. 2.135,934; 
Nov. S. 

Blasig, Kurt, Berlin-Steglitz, Germany, assignor to 
Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Centralwerkstatt-Dessau 
nnd Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. i^Ieasuring and indicat- 
ing apparatus. 2,107,976; Feb. 8. 

Blatchford, Carter. Chicago, 111. Slarklng a higliwav. 
2.126.165 ; Aug. 9. 

Blattner, Emit H., assignor to The Syniington-Gotild Cor- 
poration, Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 2,104,114; 
Jan. 4. 

Blattner, Emil H., assignor to The Symington-Gould Cor- 
poration, Rochester, N. Y. Draft "rigging. 2,127,951; 
Aug. 23. 

Blattner, Emil IT., assignor to The Symington-(5ould Cor- 
I)oratiou, Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 2.137,152; 
Nov. 15. 

Blatz, Warren H., assignor to The Bead Chain Manufac- 
turing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Bead chain length 
ad.iuster. 2.117,137; May 10. 

Blau, Henry H., Charlerol, Pa., assignor, by mesne ns- 
ments, to Corning Glass Works, Corning, N. Y. Dif- 
fusing glasses. 2,132,390; Oct. 11. 

Blau, llenry H., and K. K. Knaell, Charlerol, Pa., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Corning Glass Works. 
Corning. N. Y, Method and ai)|)aratus for treating 
glass. 2,1 10,947 ; June 7. 

Blau, Heniy H., and K. K. Knaell. Charlerol, Pa., as- 
signors, by ni('sn<' .-issigMnients. to Corning Gl.-iss Works. 
Corning, N. V. Tank slnutur(> and method t'or making 
gl.'iss or the like. 2,1 l'.),018 : June 7. 

Blau, llenry 11., Corning. N. Y., and K. K. Knaell. 
ChariirDl, Pa., assignors, by mesne assignnu-nls. to 
Corning (Jlas.s Works, Corning, X. Y. Treating glass. 
2,1 l!),!ili) : .Line 7. 

Blau, Ludwig W. (Sec Stnthnm, L.. and Blau.) 

I!l,-iii. I.uiiwig \\'., and I!. W. Gi'nimer. Houston, T<"\., 
a.ssigiiors to SlMnd.'ii<l Oil I )i'\elo|iiiii'iu Compauv. He 
ll.'clloM aiiilililler, L'.t:'.:!, WS.; Oct. IS, 

lliaut, Samuel J., Mount Vernon, and It. M. Lang, New 
Vorl;, N. Y. lOleclroehemlcal treatment of ni<<lnl. 
2,1 l,^,oo^ : Apr. 2ti. 

Itlaw Knox Company. (See Chan<ller, Wlllard P., Jr., 
assignor. I 

lllaw KnoN Conipaiiv. (See ll.-irrlngtiin, l-:d\v:ird L., as- 
signor.) 

Illaw Knox Company. (See Nnelilinan, John S., aHHlKilor.) 

lllaw Knox Company. (See Staiibit'/., lOdward .1., iik 
siunor. ) 

I'.law Knox Coiiipany. (Sei- Stuin>. .lolin G., ii.sNlglinr. ) 

IthnvKiiox CiM poiallon. (See \ enable. W'IIIImiii II., as- 
signor.) 

lllMylo(-li, llMyaiiuid I'., Kcnniure. and C. (!. Trimliarli, 
liggi-rlNv ille. N. V,, aNMlgnorH, by mesne MNNlgnmi'niK, 
lo Cni'tlHN Wright Corporation. Auloniiittc gmi eliargor. 
■J.I 111 sdii : iMiiv m 

lUavlorK, Itiivmoiid »'.. !■', P. Iliissi'tl, and 10. R. Chlhl, 
K'eniiioie, N. V., and II. I{. OHliom, Ni'w Orlriinw, Lii., 
aHNlgiioiN, liv iiii'siie nHNlgiimenlN, lo CiirllMH-WrlRht 
Coipoiallnii.' Wing tliip. 2,i:i7,a.'<2 ; Nov. 22. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Blazek, John Y., and R. G. Anderson, Maple Heights, 
assignors to Lempco Products, Inc., Bedford, Ohio. 
Grinding machine. 2,120,198 ; June 7. 

Blealdey, Purling A., Hollywood, Calif., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Gillord Corporation. Meth- 
od and apparatus for applying metal coatings. 
2,110,755 ; Mar. 8. 

Bleam, Edgar W., assignor to Stokes and Smith Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Automatic weighing apparatus. 
2,111,921 ; Mar. 22. 

lUeasdale, Albert. (See Connor, K. W., and Bleasdale.) 

Uleasdale, Albert, Detroit, Mich., assignor to Micromatic 
Hone Corporation. Machine for grinding cylindrical 
and external surfaces. 2.116,922; May 10. 

Blechman, Irving, Bronx, N. Y. Storage receptacle with 
sliding closure. 2,109,612 ; Mar. 1. 

Blechman, Irving, Bronx, N. Y. Sliding door wardrobe. 
2,131,367 ; Sept. 27. 

Bledsoe, J. O., et al. (See Guthrie, Andrew J., assignor.) 

liledsoe, Oscar F., Greenwood, Miss. Storing cotton and 
the like. 2,121,495 ; June 21. 

Bledsoe, Oscar F., Greenwood, Miss. Storage plant and 
storing cotton and the like. 2,139,182 ; Dec. 6. 

Blee, John F., Los Angeles, Calif. Cementing plug. 
2.109,058; Feb. 22. 

Blee, Willis B., Rockville Centre, and B. W. Kelly, New 
York, N. Y. Optometric apparatus. 2,104,552 ; Jan. 4. 

Bleibtreu, Herman, Darmstadt, Germany, assignor to 
Freyn Engineering Company, Chicago, 111. Separable 
connecter means. 2,137,011 ; Nov. 15. 

Bleier, Arthur, New York, N. Y. Adjustable means for 
attaching quilts, blankets, etc., to cribs. 2,129,487 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Bleil, Clarence J., Medford, Oreg. Continuous self-clean- 
ing filter. 2,139,401 ; Dec. 6. 

Bleistein, Walter S., et al. (See Somner, Robert, as- 
signor.) 

Blengsli, Helmer L., New York, N. Y. Refining tall oil. 
2,111,259 ; Mar. 15. 

Blessin, Siegfried E., Summit, assignor to The National 
Lock Washer Company, Newark, N. J. Car window 
structure. 2,105.180 ; Jan. 11. 

Blessing, William H. (See Oberender, J. L., and Bless- 
ing.) 

Blest, Minot C, and F. Koch, Bellevue. assignors to 
Pressed Steel Car Company, McKees Rocks, Pa. Car 
construction. 2,120,542 ; June 14. 

Bletso, Bruce N., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, and M. H. 
Stratton, Ridgewood, N. J., assignors to The American 
Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. Box band 
stretching and sealing tool. 2,113,757 ; Apr. 12. 

Blettner, George H., assignor to Renette Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Internal combustion engine construction. 
2,104,892 ; Jan. 11. 

Blettner, George PI., assignor to Renette Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Piston. 2,104,893 ; Jan. 11. 

Bletz, Edward. (See Locliwood, E. H., and Bletz.) 

Bletz, Edward, Lexington. Ohio, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Thermostat. 2,121,582 ; June 21. 

Bletz, Edward, Lexington, Ohio, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
I'a. Thermostatic control system. 2,137.073; Nov. 15. 

Bleuel, William H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for 
waving hair. 2,125,421 ; Aug. 2. 

Bleuel, William H., Dormont. Pa., and S. Steek, Warren, 
Ohio. Hair cl.Tnip. 2,108,249 ; Feb. 15. 

Bleuel, William H., Dormont, Pa., and S. Steek, Warren, 
Ohio ; said Steek assignor to said Bleuel. Process and 
apparatus for waving human hair. 2,125.622 ; Aug. 2. 

Blevins, Herman G., Sewickley, assignor to The National 
Supply Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Joint. 2,120,062 ; 
June 7. 

Blowett, John, assignor to The Murray Company, Dallas, 
Tex. Closure for cotton gin roll " boxes. 2.116,823; 
May 3 0. 

Blewett, John, assignor to The Murray Company, Dallas, 
Tex. Baling press dog. 2,139,928 ; Dec. 13. 

Bley, Fred, and M. Hoerer, Chicago, 111. Diamond bit. 
2,136,3.59 ; Nov. 15. 

Bley, Rudolph S. (.See Baumert, K., and Bley.) 

Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Spin- 
ning solution. 2,132.929 ; Oct. 11. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethon, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Viscose 
spinning solution. 2.132.930; Oct. 11. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York. N. Y. Stabi- 
lizing cellulose derivatives. 2.139,664 ; Dec. 13. 

Bley, Rudolph S.. Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York. N. Y. Stabi- 
lizing carbohydrate derivatives. 2.140.346 ; Dec. 13. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York. N. Y. Stabi- 
lizing cellulose triacetate. 2,140.347 : Dec. 13. 

Bley, Rudolph S.. Milligan College, Tenn., assignor to 
North American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Stabilizing celluloi?e acetobutvrates. 2,139,661 ; Dec. 
13. 

Bley, Rudolph S.. Milligan College, Tenn., assignor to 
North American Rayon Corporation. New York, N. Y. 
Stabilizing cellulose derivatives. 2.139.062; Dee 33 



Bley, Rudolph S., Milligan College, Tenn., assignor to 
North American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Stabilizing cellulose derivatives. 2,139.663 ; Dec. 13. 

Blicke, Frederick F., assignor to Regents of the University 
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Substituted alkyl- 
phenols and producing the same. Re. 20,683 ; Mar. 29. 

Blier, Maurice E., Chicago, 111. Package opener. 
2,110,194 ; Mar. 8. 

Bliesath, Ernest, Kerry, Oreg. Garter construction. 
2,117,286 ; May 17. 

Bliesath, Ernst K., Kerry, Oreg. Hose supporter. 
2,126,166; Aug. 9. 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Cannon, Earl, assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Krueger, Frank, assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Patrick, Isaac, assignor.) 

Bliss, Harvey N., Windsor, and E. Wild, assignors to 
Veeder-Root Incorporated. Hartford. Conn. Ratchet 
clutch mechanism. 2.133,777 ; Oct. 18. 

Bliss, Sherwood C, assignor to Houde Engineering Cor- 
poration, Buffalo, N. Y. Seal for pump structures. 
2,106,884; Feb. 1. 

Blitz, Otto, Oakland, Calif. Tabulating board. 2,131,266 ; 
Sept. 27. 

Blizard, Charles E., assignor to Winchester Repeating 
Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. Tubular magazine 
repeating firearm. 2,129.729 ; Sept. 13. 

Blizard, John, Garden City, assignor to Foster Wheeler 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Peep sight for furnaces. 
2,112,063 ; Mar. 22. 

Blizard, John, Garden City, assignor to Foster Wheeler 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Steam generator. 
2,123,860 ; July 12. 

Bloch, Arthur, New York, N. Y. Wheel device. 
2,123,707 ; July 12. 

Bloch, Franz G., Leitmeritz, Czechoslovakia. Ther- 
mometer. 2,112,555 ; Mar. 29. 

Bloch, Franz G., Leitmeritz, Czechoslovakia. Electric 
circuit arrangement for contact-pointer thermostats and 
like instruments. 2,133,888 ; Oct. 18. 

Bloch, Franz G., Leitmeritz, Czechoslovakia, assignor to 
Rota S. A., La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. Pleasur- 
ing device. 2,117,287 ; May 17. 

Bloch, Julius. (See Heimsch, K. D., and Brassart, as- 
signors.) 

Bloch, Leon, Cleveland, assignor to A. L. Voight, Lake- 
wood, Ohio. Cooler. 2,128,344 ; Aug. 30. 

Block, Alexander E., Universitv City, Mo. Arch support- 
ing apparatus. 2,123,176 ; July 12. 

Block, David J., Winnetka, assignor to Abraham Appel, 
Chicago, 111. Patching material. 2,116,008 ; May 3. 

Block, Harold C. (See Layne. L. A.. Roco. and Block.) 

Block, Louis, assignor to Blockson Chemical Co., Joliet, 
111. Purifying lime. 2,127,626 ; Aug. 23. 

Block, Louis, and M. Metziger. assignors to Blockson 
Chemical Co., Joliet, 111. Jlanufacture of noncaking 
powder composition, 2.130,869 ; Sept. 20. 

Blocker, Robert H., San Francisco, Calif. Hydraulic 
brake. 2,115,189 ; Apr. 26. 

Blocker, Robert II., San Francisco, Calif. Steam engine. 
2.140,571 ; Dec. 20. 

Blockson Chemical Co. (See Block, Louis, assignor.) 

Blockson Chemical Co. (See Block, L., and Jletziger. 
assignors.) 

Blodgett, Edward D., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Radio direction finder. 
2,110,852 ; Mar. 15. 

Blodgett, Edwin O., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Centralized traffic con- 
trolling system for railroads. 2,113,368 ; Apr. 5. 

Blodgett, Edwin O., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Relay. 2, 13.'), 490 : Nov. 8. 

Blodgett, Frederick H., Bellows Falls, Vt. Pruning 
shears. 2,125.217 ; July 26. 

Blodgett, Katharine B., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Surface treatment of ma- 
terials. 2,108,641 ; Feb. 15. 

Blodgett, Leonard R. (See Blodgett, William S. and 
L. R.) 

Blodgett, William S. and L. R., Portland, Oreg. Folding 
barb fish gaff. 2,118,147 ; May 24. 

Blodjer, Olav, Stockton, Calif. Extension visor for ski 
caps. 2,138,086 ; Nov. 29. 



H. 



(Sec Alexandersson. H. V., and 



H., 
M. 



Blomberg. Knut 

Blomberg. ) 
Blomberg. Knut 

aktiebolaget L. 

lector. 
Blomberg 
Blomberg, Martin P 

Motors Corporation. Detroit, 

juster. 2,104,787 ; Jan. 11. 
Blomberg, Martin P., Hinsdale, 111., assignor to General 

Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Railway vehicle 

truck and body interlock. 2,128,281 ; Aug. 30. 
Blomberg, Martin P., Hinsdale. 111., assignor to General 

Jlotors Corporation. Detroit. Mich. 

ging. 2.333,531 : Oct. IS. 
Blomberg, JIartin P., Hinsdale, 111., 

Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 

2,3 37.074; Nov. 15. 
Blondeau, Ernest E.. Tulsa, Okla.. 

physical Research Corporation. New Y'ork, N. 

sistivitv meter. 2.141,590: Dec. 27. 



Appelviken, assignor to Telefon- 
Ericsson, Stockholm, Sweden. Se- 

2,127,322 ; Aug. 16. 

JIartin P. (See Mussey, W. H., and Blomberg.) 

Hjnsdale, 111., assignor to General 

Mich. Brake slack ad- 



Railway brake rig- 



assignor to General 
Railway car truck. 



assignor 



Geo- 
Re- 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Blondin, Michel C, Meudon, France. Automatic appa- 
ratus for direct observation of picture strips and tlie 
like. 2,136,486 ; Nov. 1.5. 

Blood, Harold L., assignor to The Heald Machine Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Size controlling mechanism 
for boring machines and the lilce. Re. 20,634 ; Jan. 25. 

Blood, Harold L., assignor to The Heald Machine Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Hone. 2,110,756 ; Mar. 8. 

Blood, Harold L., Birmingham, Mich., assignor to The 
Heald Machine Company, Worcester, Mass. Size deter- 
mining mechanism for automatic machines. 2,116,232 ; 
May 3. 

Blood, Harold L., assignor to The Heald Machine Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Grinding machine. 2,127,856 ; 
Aug. 23. 

Blood, Henry F. (See Holmes, H. B., Blood, and Bell.) 

Blood, Jabez. (See Hashek, John A., assignor.) 

Blood, Louis H., assignor to The Cincinnati Milling Ma- 
chine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine tool trans- 
mission and control mechanism. 2,119,902 ; June 7. 

Blood, Richard E., Amsterdam, N. Y. Raglan sleeve gar- 
ment. 2,104,288 ; Jan. 4. 

Bloom, Abraham, assignor to Newark Refrigeration and 
Appliance Co., Plainfield, N. J. Frost control. 
2,104,219 ; Jan. 4. 

Bloom, Charles F., Vancouver, Wash. Rod weeder. 
2,135,382: Nov. 1. 

Bloom, Fred H., Fort Belvoir, Va. Making lithographic 
reproductions. 2,122,404 ; July 5. 

Bloom, Fred S., Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for produc- 
ing progressively delayed combustion. 2,117,270 ; 
May 17. 

Bloom, Herman A. (See Wetzel, Guy N., assignor.) 

Bloom, Israel, New York, N. Y. Compact. 2,118,000 ; 
May 24. 

Bloom, Joseph, New York. N. Y. Glove and making same 
from strip material. 2',104,724 ; Jan. 11. 

Bloom, Leon M., Paterson, N. J. Garment. 2,115,703 ; 
May 3. 

Bloom, Oscar T., assignor to Industrial Patents Corpo- 
ration, Chicago, 111. Consistency tester. 2,119,699 ; 
June 7. 

Bloom, Otto I. (See Ish-Shalom, Samu-El, and Bloom.) 

Bloomenthal, Sidney, Merchantville, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Resistance compound. 
2,111,742 ; Mar. 22. 

Bloomer Bros. Company. (See Bloomer, Harrison C, 
assignor.) 

Bloomer Bros. Company. (See Inman, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Bloomer, Harrison C, assignor to Bloomer Bros. Com- 
pany, Newark, N. Y. Carton construction. 2,133,946 ; 
Oct. 25. 

Bloomfield, Arthur E., and W. E. Smith, West Webster, 
N. Y. Bookbinder. 2.137,212; Nov. 15. 

Bloomfield, Samuel, Chicago, 111. Butter cutter. 
2,114,277 ; Apr. 19. 

Bloomfield, Samuel, Chicago, 111. Potato slicer. 
2.131,092; Sept. 27. 

Bloomfield, Samuel, Chicago, 111. Dispenser. 2,141,160; 
Dec. 27. 

Blosser, John E., Glens Falls, and P. Burke, South Glens 
Falls, assignors to Veldown ('ompany. Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Saiii(;iry napkin macliino. 2,119,982; June 7. 

Blosser, John !<;., Glcii.s Kails, and P. lUirkc, Soiilli (ilons 
Falls, assignors to Veldown Company, Inc., Now York, 
N. Y. Stacking mechanism. 2,1.'?0,70r) : Dec. ]:{. 

Blossfcld. Emil, Oakland, Cilif. Bolt. 2,129,400; Sept. 0. 

Blough Manufacturing Co. (See Wagner, Charles S., 
assignor.) 

Blount, Arthur L., I'alos Verdcs Estates, and II. G, 
Reiber, I..ong Beach, assignors to Union Oil Company of 
California, Los Angeles, Calif. Motor fuel. 2,129,193; 
Sept. 0. 

Blount, Arthur L., Palos Verdcs Estates, and H. G. 
Relbcr, Long Beacli, assignors to Union Oil Company of 
California, Los AngclcR, C;ilif. Motor fuel. 2.129,194; 
Sept, 0. 

I'.ldunI, .\rthur L., Palos Vordes Estates, assignor to 
Union Oil Omipanv of California, I^ios Angeles, (!alif. 
Insecticide. 2,132,013 ; Oct. 4. 

Blount, Arthur L., Palos Verdcs IOhImIcs, assignor to 
Union Oil Conipanv of California, liOS Angeles, Ciilif. 
Recovery of njiphtlicnlc acids. 2,130,008; Nov. l."). 

Blount, Frank E., Verona, N. J., .'isslgnor to Bell Tele- 
nlionr' Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
(,'onverllng system. 2.120,972; June 21. 

Itlount, Frank E., Cedar (irovc, N. J., and V. Iliista, 
Great Neck, assignors to Bell Telephone Liiboratorles, 
Tticorporaled, Ni'W York, N. Y, Eli'ctrlcal lesllng ha's 
lein. 2, 1 1 1,37:1 ; Dec. 27. 

Itlount, Nelson, Maplewood, N, J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone I;aboralorles, Incorporated, Now York. N. Y. 
Acoustic device. 2,123,177 : July 12. 

Blow, Caijlloln E., Hartford, Conn. Ijifo preserver holder. 
2,111,30!); Mar. l."!. 

Blow, (leorge. New York,. .\. Y. Si'allni; the whIIm of 
wellH while drilling Hanie. 2.1.30.029; Dec. 13. 

Blower, Jinnos G., Akron, Ohio. Burial vault. 2,111,276; 
Mar. If). 

Klucliei', AnioH A., OwliigH Mills, aHHlgiior of one half to 
lO. L. Uliilr, West nil lister, Md. Brake iidjiiHlpr. 
2,1 I7,2HH ; May 17. 

Illiidjilk, Inc. (See Ileln/.eliiiann, Alphoniie .\., MMnlunor,) 



Bludworth, Joseph E., Arlington, Tex., assignor to Cela- 
nese Corporation of America. Preparation of oxygen- 
ated compounds. 2,128,908 ; Sept. 6. 

Bludworth, Joseph E., Arlington, Tex., assignor to Cela- 
nese Corporation of America. Preparation of oxygen- 
ated comDOunds. 2.128,909 ; Sept. 6. 

Bludworth, Joseph E., Arlington, Tex., assignor to Cela- 
nese Corporation of America. Combustion power liquid. 
2,128,910 ; Sept. 6. 

Blue Ridge Glass Corporation. (See Ingouf, Robert J. A., 
assignor.) 

Blue Ridge Slate Corporation. (See Killers, C. E., and 
Small, assignors.) 

Blue, Robert D. (See Chamberlain, D. C, Jr., Williams, 
and Blue.) 

Blue, Roy E., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corporation, 
Highland Park, Mich. Door retainer. 2,115,900 ; 
May 3. 

Bluehdorn, Hartford, Conn., and F. K. Howard, East 
Falls Church, Va. Latch. 2,108,040 ; Feb. 15. 

Bluem, Frederick and K., Chicago, 111. Limestone slab 
and coloring same. 2,129,460 ; Sept. 0. 

Bluem, Kurt. (See Bluem, Frederick and K.) 

Bluemel Bros. Limited. (See Douglas, John G.. assignor.) 

Bluhm, Charles E.. Rochester, N. Y. Lettering pen. 
2,1.34.296; Oct. 25. 

Blum, Abraham. (See Greenfield, M., and Blum.) 

Blum, George J., Chicago. 111. Elevating device for au- 
tomotive vehicles. 2,124,726 ; July 26. 

Blum, George J., assignor to Armstrong-Blum Mfg. Co., 
Chicago, III. Saw blade supporting and clamping de- 
vice. 2,139,147 ; Dec. 6. 

Blum, Harry, assignor of one-fourth to H. J. Jacobi and 
one-fourth to W. J. Jacobi, Washington, D. C. and one- 
half to Harry Blum's Natural Bloom, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Wrapper for perishable goods. 2,132,144 ; 
Oct. 4. 

Blum, Hosmer L., Fort Wavne, Ind. Compound action 
meter. 2,133,270; Oct. 18. 

Blum, Jerome J., assignor to Arveyware Corporation, 
Olean, N. Y. Method of and apparatus for felting 
fibrous articles. 2,124,103 ; July 19. 

Blumberg, David A., Baltimore, Md. Trousers waist band 
construction. 2,130,942 ; Sept, 20. 

Blume, Louis F. (See Minneci, S., and Blume, assignors.) 

Blume, Louis P., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Method and apparatus for trans- 
former tap changing under load. 2,112,064; Mar. 22. 

Blume, M. Erich. (See Hoper, Karl, assignor.) 

Blume, Walter, Brandenburg (Havel), assignor of one- 
half to the firm Arado Flugzeug^\'erke G. m. b. H., 
Brandenburg, Germany. Tail skid for airplanes. 
2,117,786 ; May 17. 

Blume, Walter, assignor of one-half to Arado Flugzeug- 
werke Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Ilaftung, Branden- 
burg, (Havel), (Jermany. Auxiliary wing for aircraft. 
2,138.952; Dee. 6. 

Blume, William A., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Brake Shoe and Foundry Company. Making friction 
elements. Re. 20,907 ; Nov. 1. 

Blume, William A., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Brake Shoe and Foundry Company. Friction ele- 
ment. Re. 20,908 ; Nov. 1. 

Blnmc, William A., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The 
American Brake Slioe and Foundry Company. Friction 
element. 2,131,932 ; Oct. 4. 

Bluraenthal, Samuel, assignor of one-half to Universal 
Trunk Company, Chicago, 111. Wardrobe case. 
2,131,207 ; Sept. 27. 

llhiiMcr, M;imi(>l. (See Kes.sler. G. A., and BUinier. ) 

Bhimer, Manuel, and I/. Salzmann, Butler, Pa., assignors 
to L. Soiineborn Sons, Inc. Refining white oils. 
2.11S.,S0.'> ; May 31. 

Blumleln, Alan li. (See Bowman-Manifold, M., and llUim- 
leln.) 

Blumleln, Alan I)., Ealing, I,ondon, assignor to Electric 
& Musical Industries I..lmited, Middlesex, England. 
High frequency electric transmission line. 2,1 l,'),0fi9 : 
Apr. 20. 

Blumleln, y\lan D., Ealing, London, assignor to Electric 
and Musical Industries Limited. Hayes. Iliigljuid. Direc- 
tional wireless nerlnl system. 2, 1 l.''i,7i>l ; Miiy .1. 

Blumleln. Alan 1).. Ealing, London, assignor to Electric 
and Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, ICngland. Tele- 
vision and the like systems. 2.134.8.'il ; Nov. 1. 

Blnnili'in, Alan I)., Kallng. Londnn. assignor to Electric 
& Musical Industries Limited, Hayes. Middlesex, Eiig 
land. Kl.'clrlcal network. 2.13,S,91><1 ; Dec, il. 

Blumleln, Alan !>., and E. C. Cork. EalInt:. London, and 
J. L. I'awsey. Ililllnk'don. assignors to Electric A nlunl- 
cal liidiislrii's l.lnilleil, Middlesex, Elgland. .\erliil 8y»- 
tem. 2.1 1 1.713 : Mar. 22. 

Blllniner, lOrwln. London. England. Pnulurtlon of col- 
loidal fuel. 2,131,308; .Sept. 27. 

Ilium's, Harry, Natural Bloom, Inc., rt ill. (See llliini, 
llarrv. Mssigni>r.) 

Illunt, Edmund II., Itrooklyn, N. V. CoiihI ruction of 
locnniollv.- iM.llers, etc. J.llfi.'IOT; Apr. 20. 

Hlunl. .iMMies tJ.. Sclii'necl.'idv. assignor lo .Viiierlcan Loco 
motive CoMipaiiy. Ni'w York. N. Y. Lead Iraimniltllni: 
devlie for railway velilcl.-H, 2.133.NO»- Oct 1 •< 

Illy. Mi-rwyn. Lceiilniri:, Va T'lli'drlcnl teadnR rind de 
ti'clink' appanituH 2.l(M».ISl»; E.-h. 2'.V 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Blydenburgh, Harold L., Highland Park, assignor to The 
Moto-Mower Co., Detroit, Mich. Lawn mower hitch. 
2,130.116 Sept. 13. 

Blyly, Russell O., Cassopolis, Mich. Soil erosion control 
device. 2,129,560; Sept. 6. 

Blystone, Henry L. (See Cramer, O. B., and Blystone.) 

Blythen, Frank, Hayes, and J. Hardwick, West Drayton, 
assignors to Electric and Musical Industries Limited, 
Hayes, England. Receiving device. 2,133,075 ; Oct. 11. 

Boa, George C. (See Weber, W. F., Boa, and Pankonin.) 

Boag, Charles W., assignor to The Heil Co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. Separating system. 2,140,827 ; Dec. 20. 

Boak, Thomas I. S., Hamden, assignor to Winchester 
Repeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. Com- 
posite firearm barrel. 2,137,259 ; Nov. 22. 

Boam, Lacey H., assignor of one-sixth to W. R. Cash, 
Akron, Ohio. Puzzle. 2,124,341 ; July 19. 

Board, William S., Middleport, Ohio. Pipe coupling. 
2,127,284; Aug. 16. 

Boardman, Edward M., Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor 
to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New 
York, N. Y. Magnetic device. 2,108,642 ; Feb. 15. 

Boardman, Harry C., assignor to Chicago Bridge & Iron 
Company, Chicago, 111. Container. 2,119,518 ; June 7. 

Boardman, Whitlock, assignor to Ferguson Brothers 
Manufacturing Company, Hoboken, N. J. Upholstering 
furniture. 2,138,440; Nov. 29. 

Boatner, Howell, Springfield, Mo. Dental articulator. 
2,107,283 ; Feb. 8. 

Boax, John J., McKeesport, Pa., assignor to National Tube 
Company. Continuous heating furnace. 2,139,067 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Boaz, Arthur R., Acton, London, England, assignor to 
R. Hoe & Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
observing reciprocating objects. 2,128,396 ; Aug. 30. 

Bobeic, Karl, Falkensee, Germany, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Dynamo-electric machine. 
2.121.623 : June 21. 

Bobis, Stephen, assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wave transmission 
network. 2,127,201 ; Aug. 16. 

Bobrov, Samuel H., (jfary, Ind., assignor to American 
Sheet and Tin Plate Company. Treating metal. 
2,132,557 ; Oct. 11. 

Bobrow, June E., New York, N. Y. Separable fastener. 
2,137,012 ; Nov. 15. 

Bobrzyk, Wilhelm, Forst, Germany. Bearing system. 
2,141,505 ; Dec. 27. 

Bobst, Henri, Lausanne, Switzerland. Shaping and print- 
ing cardboard blanks for the manufacture of boxes and 
machine for the working of said process. 2,133,801 ; 
Oct. 18. 

Bocca, Carlo, Vigevano, Italy. Superposing partial images 
of polychromatic selection and projecting them to ob- 
tain an image in natural colors. Re. 20.748 ; June 7. 

Bocca, Carlo, Vigevano, and L. Amati, Padova, Italy. 
Color filter. 2,129,195 ; Sept. 6. 

Bochicchio, Paul B., Forest Hills, N. Y. Baseball card 
game and score device. 2,113,369 ; Apr. 5. 

Bochmann, Otto, Remscheid-Lennep, Germany. Double 
twist twisting spindle. 2,110,320 ; Mar. 8. 

Bochmann, Otto, Remscheid-Lennep, Gfermany, assignor to 
North American Rayon Corporation. Device for spin- 
ning and further treatment of artificial silk. 2,113,781 ; 
Apr. 12. 

Boc.il Corporation. (See Rohmer, Frank D., assignor.) 

Bocjl Corporation, trustee. (See Jenkins, Clarence E., 
assignor.) 

Bock, Charles D., New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half 
to W. Shakespeare, Jr., Kalamazoo, Mich. Voltage reg- 
ulator. 2,117,138 ; May 10. 

Bock, Clarence H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation. South Bend, Ind. Service ap- 
paratus 2,107,850 ; Feb. 8. 

Bock, Clarence H., assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Fluid pressure producing device. 
2,112,356 ; Mar. 29. 

Bock, Clarence H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Lubri- 
cation Corporation, Chicago, 111. Lubricating device. 
2,115,984 ; May 3. 

Bock, Clarence H.. assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Brake for motor vehicles. 2,126,984 ; 
Aug. 16. 

Bock, John, Salem, Mo. Vehicle operated gate and latch. 
2,118.722; May 24. 

Bock Oil Burner Corporation. (See Bock, Oscar L., as- 
signor.) 

Bock, Oscar L., Madison, Wis. Burner regulating mecha- 
nism. 2,117,787 ; May 17. 

Bock, Oscar L., assignor to Bock Oil Burner Corporation, 
Jladison, Wis. Burner safety control. 2,111,744 ; 
Mar. 22. 

Bocker, Henry J., Bronx. N. Y. Folding newspaper and 
sales bench. 2,119,569 ; June 7. 

Bockisch, Walter A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Coin 
controlled apparatus. 2,121,946 ; June 28. 

Bockius, Chris, Stamford, Conn., C. S. Batchelor, Has- 
brouck Heights, and J. A. Cook, Paterson. assignors to 
Raybestos-Manhattan, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Metallic 
inlaid friction surface. 2,122,405 ; July 5. 

Bockius, Chris, Stamford, Conn., and J. A. Cook, Haledon, 
assignors to Raybestos-lManhattan. Inc., Passaic, N. J. 
Friction elements. 2.130.520; Sept. 20 



Bockius, Chris, Stamford, Conn. ; C. S. Batchelor, Has- 
brouck Heights, and J. A. Cook, Haledon, assignors to 
Raybestos-Manhattan, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Making 
metallic inlaid friction surfaces. 2,136,370 ; Nov. 15. 

Bockmiihl, Max, G. Ehrhart, and H. Ruschig, Frankfort- 
on-the-Main-Hochst, Germany, assignors to Winthrop 
Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Sterine 
derivatives and preparing them. 2,108,646 ; Feb. 15. 

Bockmiihl, Max, and G. Ehrhart, Frankfort-on-the-Main- 
Hochst, Germany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Liquid anthelmintics. 
2,111,504 ; Mar. 15. 

Bockmiihl, Max, E. Dorzbach, and W. Persch, Frankfort- 
on-the-Main-Hochst, Germany, assignors to Winthrop 
Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Stable col- 
loidal dispersion of metals. 2,124,331 ; July 19. 

Bockmiihl, Max, W. Ludwig, and P. von Mutzenbecher, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main-Hochst, Germany, assignors to 
Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Preparing compounds of azoproteins with heavy metals. 

2.128.201 : Aug. 23. 

Bockmiihl, Max, W. Ludwig, and P. von Mutzenbecher, 
Franfort-on-the-Main-Hochst, Germany, assignors to 
Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc, New York, N. Y. 
Preparing compounds of azoproteins with antimony. 

2.128.202 ; Aug. 23. 

Bockmiihl, Max, and L. Stein, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Hochst, Germany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical Com- 
pany, Inc., New York, N. Y. Free methane-sulphonic 
acids of pyrazoloneamines and preparing them. 
2,128,512; Aug. 30. 

Bocz, Alexander J., Detroit, Mich. Internal combustion 
engine. Re. 20,670; Mar. 15. 

Bodde, Bernard M.. Hollywood, Calif. Translucent pro- 
jection screen. 2,133,076 ; Oct. 11. 

Boddy, Leonard, Ann Arbor, Mich., assignor to The 
Anderson Company, Gary, Ind. Electrical indicating 
system and apparatus. 2,107,560 ; Feb. 8. 

Boddy, Leonard, Ann Arbor, Mich., assignor to The An- 
derson Company, Gary, Ind. Electrical indicator. 
2,133,077; Oct. 11. 

Boddy, Leonard, Ann Arbor, Mich., assignor to The 
Anderson Company, Gary, Ind. Electrical indicating 
system and apparatus. 2,139,440 ; Dec. 6. 

Bode, Albert H. (See Nehus, Francis B., assignor.) 

Bode, Hendrik W., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Amplifier. 
2,123,178 ; July 12. 

Bodee, George P., Chicago, 111. Spectacles. 2,110,459 ; 
Mar. 8. 

Bodell, Henry R. (See Snowdon, A. B., and Bodell.) 

Bodell, Henry R., Ossining. N. Y., assignor to Celanese 
Corporation of America. Colored artificial yarn and like 
materials and making same. 2,105,519 ; Jan. 18. 

Bodemann, Emll. (See Unterbusch, F., and Bodemann.) 

Boden, Ernest G., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Cushioned roller bearing. 
2,141,122 ; Dec. 20. 

Boden, George, Waterbury, Conn., assignor to Buxton, 
Incorporated, Springfield, Mass. Key case. 2,114,172 ; 
Apr. 12. 

Boden. George, Waterbury, and J. L. Flannery, Canton, 
(Tonn. Liquid dispensing means. 2,125,537 ; Aug. 2. 

Boden, Samuel H. See MacDonald. H. G., and Boden.) 

Bodenhamer, George E., Klamath Falls, Oreg. Shaping 
tool for saw teeth. 2,3 37.225; Nov. 22. 

Bodge, Edward E., Honolulu, Hawaii, assignor to von 
Hamm Young Company Limited. Pipe insulation-mold. 
2,119,415 ; May 31. 

Bodge, Horace A., White Plains, N. Y. Ball driving de- 
vice. 2,106,625 ; Jan. 25. 

Bodie, William P., Newberry, S. C. Let-off mechanism 
for looms. 2,135,098 : Nov. 1. 

Bodine Corporation, The. (See Noel, Alfred J., as- 
signor.) 

Bodkin, Irving S., New York, assignor to Conrad Razor 
Blade Co., Inc.. Long Island City, N. Y. Machine for 
applying legends to razor blades. 2,121,947 ; June 28. 

Bodle, David W., Brooklyn. N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Gas-filled tube. 

2.112.327 ; Mar. 29. 

Bodle, David W., Pequannock, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Gas-fiUed tube. 

2.112.328 ; Mar. 29. 

Bodle. John P., assignor to Mishawaka Rubber and Woolen 
Manufacturing Company, Mishawaka. Ind. Waterproof 
seam and making same. 2.120,458: June 14. 

Bodle, Virgil H., Newton, assignor to Hood Rubber Com- 
pany, Inc., Watertown, Mass. Glove and making the 
same. 2,126,723 ; Aug. 16. 

Bodor, Louis, New York, N. Y. Combined flashlight and 
key ring. 2,114,266 ; Apr. 12. 

Boock, Charlie A., et al. (See Bangle, John W., assignor.) 

Boeck. Pearl L.. et al. (See Bangle, John W.. assignor.) 

Boeckeler, Benjamin C, assignor to The Lummus Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Distilling liquors. 2,118,834 ; 
Jlay 31. 

Boecking, Ewald, Brooklyn, assignor to International Pro- 
jector Corporation, New York, N. Y. Drive mechanism 
for motion picture projecting machines. 2,131,469 ; 
Sept. 27. 

Boeder, Albert, Berlin, Germany. Dipping machine for 
producing seamless articles from substances in solu- 
tion. 2,133,947 ; Oct. 25. 



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Boedeker, Anthony, Cincinnati, Ohio. Link-mat anchor. 
2,126,307 ; Aug. 9. 

Boegehold, Alfred L., Detroit, and A. W. Schluehter, Dear- 
born, assignors to General Motors Corporation, De- 
troit, Mich. Bearing and method. 2,106,590 ; Jan. 25. 

Boegehold, Alfred L., assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Thin-walled steel casting and 
making same. 2,133,532 ; Oct. 18. 

Boeger, Henry F. (See Dreyer, Charlea B., assignor.) 

Boeger, Henry F., Beverly Hills, assignor to Surgident, 
Ltd., Los Angeles, Calif. Package of material. 
2,135,790 ; Nov. 8. 

Boehle, Friedel, Mount Gilead, Ohio, assignor to The 
Hydraulic Press Corporation, Inc., Wilmington, Del. 
Piston valve with mid-position bypass. 2,109,162 ; Feb. 
22. 

Boehm, August. (See Leipold, A., and Boehm.) 

Boehm, Frederick, assignor to Schutte and Koerting Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Jet cleaning device. 2,117,647 ; 
May 17. 

Boehm, Frederick E., Toledo, Ohio. Coloring of butter 
substitute. 2,107,851 ; Feb. 8. 

Boehme Fettchemie-Gesellschaft m. b. H. (See Kling, W., 
and Gbtte, assignors.) 

Boehmer, John M., Tacoma, Wash. Food dispenser. 
2,114,699 ; Apr. 19. 

Boehmer, Spencer tJ., Glen Ellyn, HI. Bag forming process. 
2,135,132 ; Nov. 1. 

Itoehno, Eugene W., Yeadon, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Protective control device and sys- 
tem. 2.130,870 ; Sept. 20. 

Boehne, Eugene W., Yeadon, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. High speed tripping system. 
2.130,871; Sept. 20. 

Boehne, Eugene W., Yeadon, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Magnetic control device. 2,130,872 ; 
Sept. 20. 

Boehner, Ludwig G., Rehbrucke, near Potsdam, Germany, 
assignor to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Metal underbody construction. 2,126,607 ; Aug. 9. 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Alnutt, Marvin, as- 
signor.) 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Castle, W. L., and Hed- 
berg, assignors.) 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Duff, E. E., and Wood, 
assignors.) 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Haberlln, John F., as- 
signor.) 

Booing Aircraft Company. (See Hughes, E. A., and 
Minshall, assignors.) 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Sanders, John C, as- 
signor.) 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Tower, Leslie R., as- 
signor.) 

Boekels, Hans, Berlin-Wannsee, Germany, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electrodynamical measur- 
ing instrument. 2,125,151 ; July 26. 

Boenau, Arthur H. (See Shipp, V. L., and Boenau.) 

Boenau, Arthur H. (See Shipp, V. L., Boenau, and Ram- 
say.) 

Boerger, Earl A., Miami, Fla. Marble shooter. 2,129,461 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Boersma, Reemor A., assignor to Duffy Manufacturing 
Company, Holland, Mich. Accelerator pedal. 
2,127,200 ; Aug. 16. 

Boerstlcr, Edward W., Watertown, Mass. Method of and 
apparatus for producing therapeutic rays. 2,114,173; 
Apr. 12. 

IJocrsth'r, I'-dward W., Watertown, Mass. Fluorescence 
deleeling apparatu.s. 2,i:!9,797; Dec. 13. 

Boes, George F., West Lafayette, Ind. Prefabricated unit 
wall structure. 2,131,268 ; Sept. 27. 

P.oeseh, Arthur II. (See I'ash, Rol)ert, assignor.) 

BoeHi', Albert 15. (See Ma.ior, R. T., and Hoese.) 

Boese, Albert B., Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Ciirbule 
and Carbon Cliemieiils Cori)oration. Production of 
resins. 2,105,461 ; Jan. 18. 

BocHo, Albert 15., Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Carbide 
and (."arbon ChemiciilH Corporation. Preparation of 
alpha, beta unsalunited ketones. 2,108,427; Fob. 15. 

Boese, Albert I'.., Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Carbide 
and ('.nbou Clieiiiic.ilH ('orponit ion. 1 methyl uracil 
and limiKiloKues tlier.'of. 2.138,75(1; Nov. 2!). 

Boeslad, Giistav K. W. (See Lysholm, A., and Itoestad.) 

Hoetel, Harold J,, ChlcMgo, 111. (,'ollapslblo tube or con- 
tainer. 2,128,035 ; Aug. 23. 

Boettelier, Magniis, Milwaukee, Wis. Air Inlet device 
I'm- iMli'iM:il (■(iiiiliii.stioii ciigineH. 2,124,228; July 19. 

Boellgcr, AugUHl C., Ciirlstiult, N. J. Tnilllc signal sys- 
teiii. 2,134,023; Oct. 25. 

lioeve, Arie, Hull, Iowa. Front-vlew mirror device. 
2.137,1 10; Nov. 22. 

Itoeye, i'aul I''., nsHlgnor to Waldorf Paper Prodnels Com 
pi'iny, St. Paul. Minn. Box. 2,112,433; M;ir. 29. 

Iloeye, I'liiil 1''., MHMlgMor to Waldorf I'iil)er I'rodiietH Com 
patiy, St. Paul, Minn. I'.ox. 2, 1 1 6,336 ; IM.iy 3. 

DogiiertH, John .1., Wllldnsburg, nKHlgnor to W'eHt InglioUHe 
)';iectrlr & MMiiuI'Mctiiilng Conipatiy, lOast I'ltlMburgli 
I'll. KIcclrIc Hwlteh rnhlnel. 2,137,872; Ni>v. 22. 

Ilogan, WllllMiM It., Di'Iroll, MIrh. DlHpenHlng apparatim. 
2,134,852; Nov. 1. 

Hogard, Clydi' M., Avoca, .Velir. Autoiimtic lock for aulo 
mobile ciigliK- lio.idH. 2,114,208; Apr. 12. 

HH21 1' C, 



Bogardus, Leonard E., Grosse Pointe Farms, assignor to 
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Mich. Combined 
trolley and extension lamp. 2,120,775 ; June 14. 

Bogart, Fred H., South Euclid, assignor to The Warner 
& Swasey Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Operating mech- 
anism for machine tools. 2,134,024 ; Oct. 25. 

Bogart, Henry W., Lakewood, Ohio. Stabilizer for auto- 
mobile steering gears. 2,139,666 : Dec. 13. 

Bogaty, Hermann S., assignor to Proctor & Schwartz, 
Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for blending 
and conditioning tobacco. 2,109.409 ; Feb. 22. 

Boggild & Jacobsen. (See Jensen, Jens L., assignor.) 

Boggs, Robert L., Norfolk, Va. Clamping band. 
2,118,723 ; May 24. 

Boggs, Walter W. (See Collins, W. B., and Boggs.) 

Bogin, Charles, assignor to Commercial Solvents Corpo- 
ration, Terre Haute, Ind. Nonlifting lacquer. 
2,125,484 ; Aug. 2. 

Boguhn, Paul, Berlin-Spandau, Germany, assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. 
Blind-stitching attachment for sewing machines. 
2,136,164; Nov. 8. 

Bogut, Stanley, Chicago, 111. Automatic air brake re- 
lease valve. 2,123,164 ; July 12. 

Boh, George W., Chattanooga, Tenn. Packing case. 
2,105,964; Jan. 18. 

Bohan, Joseph C. (See Morgan, J. G., and Bohan.) 

Bohannon, William A., and C. B. Gilbert, Hewlett, N. Y. 
Ice tray rack. 2.112.263 : Mar. 29. 

Bohli, Jacob, Solothurn, Switzerland, assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Automatic 
ignition timer. 2,141,029 ; Dec. 20. 

Bohlk, Ileinrieh. (See Albrecht, K., and Bohlk.) 

Bohman, Axel J. (See Graves, R. V., and Bohman.) 

Bohme Fettchemie-Gesellschaft. (See Wolf, B., Kling, and 
Rau, assignors.) 

Bohme Fettchemie-Gesellschaft m. b. H. (See Griln, 
Adolf, assignor.) 

Bohme Fettchemie-Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 
(See Bertsch, Heinrich, assignor.) 

Bohme Fettchemie-Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 
(See Bertsch, H., and Stober, assignorsj 

Bohme, H. Th., Aktiengesellschaft. (See Butz, Karl, 
assignor.) 

Bohme, H. Th. Aktiengesellschaft. (See Nermann, W., 
and von Schuckmann, assignors.) 

Bohme, Joachim, Berlin-Schoneberg, and S. Link, Berlin- 
Charlottenburg, assignors to Siemens & Halske, Aktien- 
gesellschaft Siemensstadt. near Berlin, Germany. High- 
frequency system. 2,138,953 ; Dec. 6. 

Bohmker, John C, Kankakee, 111. Retort for underfeed 
stokers. 2,123,397 ; July 12. 

Bbhm-Myro, Robert, London, England. Hand covering. 
2,128,796; Aug. 30. 

Bohn Aluminum and Brass Corporation. (See Anderson, 
David E., assignor.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Flegel, Wil- 
liam J., assignor.) 

Bolin Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See McCullough, 
William E., assignor.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Nelson, 
Adolph L., assignor.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Pattlson, 
W. W.. and Sandner, assignors.) 

liolin .Ahiiiiinmn & lira.ss Corporation. (See Pitcher. Ed- 
w;ir<l K., a.-^.^ignor. ) 

ISoIni, Nicholas J., assignor, by mesne assignnuMits. to 
Nasli-Kelvinator ('orpor,\t ion, I>(-tn)it, Mich. Refrig- 
erating apparatus. 2, 125, O.St ; Aug. 9. 

Bohn, Stewart, assignor to Rapinwax Paper Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. Wrapping paper and making same. 
2,132,931 ; Oct. 11. 

Bohn, William J., assignor to Alvey Conveyor Mnnufnc- 
turing Co., St. Louis, Mo. Conveyer. 2,115,762; 
Mav 3. 

Bohnsack, John A^ Cleveland Heights, assignor to The E. 
F. Iluuserman Company, (-levoland, Ohio. Wall struc- 
ture. 2,128,797: Aug. 30. 

ISoiarskv. Abe 15., New York. N. Y. Brake construction. 
2,n0,"696; Mar. 8. 

Itoice, John 10., Toledo, Ohio. Jigsaw. 2,107.174; Feb. 1, 

Itoie, Hans, B.irbv, (Jermany, assignor to Internatloniil 
Patents Developinent Companv, Wilmington. Del. Sepa- 
ration of starch from gluten. 2,124,284; July 10. 

lioilc.ui, Arthur II.. and A. I,. Voggenlhaler, assignors to 
Cheriv liurrell ("orpor.it Ion, Cedar Uaplds, Iowa. Re- 
friger.-iling systeiii. 2.132.it32: Oct. 11. 

ISolsHou, Pierre, assignor to Socl<^t<> Anonyine de.s Ilauti 
Fourneaux & Fonderles de Pont ii-Mousson, I'out-n- 
MouNHon. I'Mance. Making bent pipe elementg. 
2.134,853; Nov. 1. 

Bolsvert. Alfred A., Glasgow, Mont. Sink. 2.1:50,043; 
Sept. 20. 

IloU o, John S.. Phllndi-lphla, Pa. Thermo.static con- 
trol. 2,11.'!, 227; .\\n. 5. 

UoU tiller. Alfrecl, Ciiggenau, nNNlgnor to DMlmtor-Uont 

Alcllengi'Hi'llHcliafl, Sliiltgiirt UnliTturklielni, GiTiusuiy. 
Seavi'nglng two hI mUe ••ukIih-. 2,108,IS7(l: Feb. in. 

lldlu'nilllh'r. Alfred. CiigKeiiMU, Oeriniiny, uHslciior, t>y 
ineHiie nMMlgmiienlM, to .Sir W. (1. AnuHlrouK Whllwurlh 
A Co. ( I'lUKliieerH) Limited. Newoimlle upon Tyni", lOnK 
liiiirl. SeiiveML:liig of two NtroUe liiteriiiil coiiibuittlon 
eiiKliieM 2,1 I.IOTO ; Apr. 12. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 193S 



Bokemiiller, Alfred, Gaggenau-Baden, Germany, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to Sir W. G. Armstrong Whit- 
worth & Co. (Engineers) Limited, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, England. Two-stroke internal combustion en- 
gine. 2,136,070 ; Nov. 8. 

Bokovoy, Samuel A., Audubon, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Piezoelectric quartz element. 
2,111,383; Mar. 15. 

Bokovoy, Samuel A., West CoUingswood, N. J., assignor 
to Radio Corporation of America. Piezoelectric quartz 
element. 2,111,384; Mar. 15. 

Bokovoy, Samuel A., Ventnor, and P. D. Gerber, Wood- 
lynne, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. 
Recording device. 2,135,028 ; Nov. 1. 

Bokum, William F. (See Allen, T. W., Sr., Bokum, and 
Rlehl.) 

Bol, Cornells, and H. J. Lemmens, Eindhoen, Netherlands, 
assignors to General Electric Company. Quartz-to- 
metal seal. 2,114,869 ; Apr. 19. 

Boland, Clair L. (See Curtis, R. G., and Boland.) 

Bold, John W. (See Ryan, W. M., and Bold.) 

Bolder, Walter, Mount Dennis, Ontario, assignor to R. R. 
Spicer, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Hemorrhoidal and 
rectal support. 2,128,670 ; Aug. 30. 

Boldt, Charles E., Milltown, Ind. Stock weaner. 
2,134,596 ; Oct. 25. 

Boldt, Werner F. (See Cox, J. C, Boldt, and Thomas.) 

Boldt, Werner F., assignor to Wagner Electric Corpora- 
tion, St. Louis, Mo. Power transmission control mech- 
anism. 2,104,605 ; Jan. 4. 

Boldt, Werner F., Overland, and W. R. Freeman, Uni- 
versity City, assignors to Wagner Electric Corporation, 
St. Louis, Mo. Brake control mechanism. 2,136,410 ; 
Nov. 15. 

Boldt, Werner F., and G. H. Thomas ; said Boldt assignor 
to Wagner Electric Corporation, St. Louis, Mo., and 
said Thomas assignor to P. M. Salerni, London, Eng- 
land. 2,140,100: Dec. 13. 

Bole, George A. (See Co Van, H. E., and Bole,) 

Boles, Chalmers B., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Dayton, Ohio. Refrigerating apparatus. 
2,137,260 ; Nov. 22. 

Boles, Chalmers B., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Dayton, Ohio. Refrigerating apparatus. 
2,139,110 ; Dec. 6. 

Bolesky, John D., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Metals & Controls Corporation, Attleboro, Mass. Ther- 
mostatically controlled heating device. 2,111,609 ; 
Mar. 22. 

Bolhuis, Frank, Holland, Mich. House model. 2,118,338 ; 
May 24. 

Bolich, Charles M., Allentown, Pa. Storage battery filling 
device. 2,141,079 ; Dec. 20. 

Bolidens Gruvaktiebolag. (See Hager, Bror O., assignor.) 

Boline, Eldred A., Denver, Colo. Dispensing cap for con- 
tainers. 2,115,985; May 3. 

Bolkcom, Harry G., Minneapolis, Minn. Plow point at- 
tachment. 2,139,486 ; Dec. 6. 

Boll, Arthur A. (See Freudenberg. G., Seiter, and Boll,) 

Boll, Karl, Berlin, and A. Edelhoff, assignors to Spreng- 
und Tauchgesellschaft m. b. H., Berlin-Schoneberg, 
Germany. Method of and device for flushing-in blasting 
charges. 2,137,261 ; Nov. 22. 

Bollaert, Armand R., Wilmington, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Lehon Company, Chicago, 111. 
Shingle. 2,113.644; Apr. 12. 

Bollens, Walter F., et al. (See Newton, R. C„ and Bol- 
lens.) 

Boiler, Ernest R., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Impregnation of porous 
materials. 2,135,029 ; Nov. 1. 

Boiler, Ernest R., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to E, I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Treatment of wood. 
2,135,030; Nov. 1. 

Boiling, Robert P., Detroit, Mich. Bake oven. 2,120,829 ; 
June 14. 

Bollinger, Claude A., Gary, Ind. Metal rolling mill. 
2,133,051 ; Oct. 11. 

Bollinger, Hanns S. W., and W. M. A. Gottschalck, 
Frankenthal-Pfalz, assignors to Klein, Schanzlln & 
Becker Aktiengesellschaft, Frankenthal, Germany. 
Mechanical control mechanism. 2,123,298 ; July 12. 

Bollinger, Jacob, Jr., Nyack, N. Y. Package. 2,126,444; 
Aug, 9. 

BoUman, Roland R., assignor to The Commonwealth Jlanu- 
facturing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Arc welding 
unit. 2,118,291 ; May 24. 

Bollstrom, Charles E,, Berrien Springs, Mich,, assignor of 
one-half to H. A. Hill, Goshen, Ind. Folding porch 
construction. 2,122,791 ; July 5. 

Bolognino, Andrew, New York, and J. Jackerson, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Automatic ticket registering and checking 
machine. 2,134,681 ; Nov. 1. 

Bolongaro, James D,, Charlottesville, Va. Apparatus for 
calculating the spacing of tvpe for printed matter. 
2,133,802 ; Oct. 18. 

Bolser, Clark M,, Des Moines, Iowa. Flare assembly. 
2,138,622 ; Nov. 29. 

Bolster, John AI,, assignor to E. Traficante, Minneapolis, 
Minn, Tremolo device for accordions. 2,133.012 ; Oct, 
11. 



Bolster, John M., assignor to E, Traficante, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Accordion strap adjusting device. 2,134,854 ; 
Nov. 1. 

Bolton, Archer L., North Andover, assignor to John W. 
Bolton & Sons, Inc., Lawrence, Mass. Jordan engine 
with crimped members. 2,120,482 ; June 14. 

Bolton, Elmer K., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Sizing fabric. 2,107,852 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Bolton, John W., assignor to The Lunkenheimer Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Heat-treating alloys. 2,116,923 ; 
May 10. 

Bolton, John W., & Sons, Inc. (See Bolton, Archer L., 
assignor.) 

Bolton, Kenneth, Pittsburgh, Pa., and J. E. Weiler, as- 
signors to Halliburton Oil Well Cementing Company, 
Duncan, Okla. Well measuring. 2,131,868 ; Oct. 4. 

Bolton, Ray F. (See Hughes, J. D., and Bolton.) 

Bolyard, Charles C, assignor to Paper Supply Company, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Ornamental material. 2.111,108; 
Mar. 15. 

Bolyard, Charles C, assignor to Paper Supply Company, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Decorative article and making it. 
2,111,109 ; Mar. 15. 

Bombard, Joseph A., Bronxville, N. Y. Window shade. 
2,138,441 ; Nov. 29. 

Bombard, Joseph A., and E. H. Acree, Bronxville, N. Y. 
Destination indicator. 2,122,855 ; July 5. 

Bomberger, George E., assignor to Inland Container Cor- 
poration, Indianapolis, Ind. Indented paperboard 
article. 2,129,488 ; Sept. 6. 

Bomford, Douglas R, and E. R„ Pitchill, Evesham, Eng- 
land, Vehicle provided with endless or self-laying 
tracks. 2,133,653 ; Oct. 18, 

Bomford, Ernest R. (See Bomford, Douglas R. and E, R,) 

Bommer, Max. (See Albrecht, O,, Bommer, and Gries- 
haber.) 

Bommer, Max. (See Koch, J., and Bommer.) 

Bommer, Max. (See Hauser, H., and Bommer.) 

Bonaguidi, George C, Evanston, 111. Roasting spit, 
2,130,259 ; Sept. 13. 

Bonanno, Joseph L,, Forest Hills, assignor to The Lionel 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Articulated toy train. 
2,106,698 ; Feb. 1. 

Bonanno, Joseph L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Lionel 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Coupling device for toy 
trains. 2,107,024; Feb. 1. 

Bonanno, Joseph L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Lionel 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Circuit controller for 
toy railroads. 2,129,258 ; Sept. 6. 

Bonanno, Joseph L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Lionel 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Toy. 2,138,367 ; Nov. 
29. 

Bonar, Howard T. (See Whitehead, F. E., and Bonar.) 

Bonat, Harry, New York, N, Y, Protector pad for perma- 
nent hair waving. 2,108,469 ; Feb. 15. 

Bonat, Harry, New York, N. Y. Hair waving apparatus. 
2,140,980 ; Dec. 20. 

Bonato, Martin, Santa Barbara, Calif. Brace holder and 
press. 2,106,112 ; Jan. 18. 

Bonbright, Carl W,, trustee. (See Cooper, Lawson H., 
assignor.) 

Bonbright, Carl W., trustee. (See Nightingale, William 
J., assignor.) 

Bond, Cha~rles. (See Bowen, James, assignor.) 

Bond Foundry cS: Machine Company. (See Shreck, I, P., 
and Mann, assignors.) 

Bond, Harry, East Stroudsburg, Pa, Paste dispenser. 
2,130,176 ; Sept. 13. 

Bond Manufacturing Corporation. (See Bond, Samuel 
C, assignor.) 

Bond, Paul, Houston, Tex. Shuttle-box position selector 
or indicator. 2.123,561 ; July 12. 

Bond, Samuel C, Holly Oak, Del., assignor to Bond Manu- 
facturing Corporation, Inc. JIaking cork composition 
and product produced thereby. 2,128,894 ; Sept. 6. 

Bond, Willard H., Jr., East Grand Rapids, assignor to 
American Seating Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Chair. 2,125,985 ; Aug. 9. 

Bond, William G,, Wilmington, Del. Extruding machine. 
2,127,857 ; Aug. 23. 

Bonded Scale Company. (See Flumerfelt, William A., as- 
signor.) 

Bondeson, Carl G., assignor to The Andrew Terry Com- 
pany, Terryville, Conn. Grounding device. 2,116,474 ; 
May 3. 

Bondeson, Carl G,, assignor to The Andrew Terry Com- 
pany, Terryville, Conn, Ground fitting, 2,110,776; 
Alay 10. 

Bondeson, Carl G,, assignor to The Andrew Terry Com- 
pany, Terryville, Conn. Electric cable connecter. 
2,122,792 ; July 5. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
braking apparatus. 2,104,606 ; Jan. 4. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
braking apparatus. 2,104,607 ; Jan. 4. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Speed re- 
sponsive device. 2,113,645 ; Apr. 12. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
switch operating apparatus. 2,115,901 ; May 3. 



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Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
switch operating apparatus. 2,115,902 ; May 3. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
bootleg. 2,118,148 ; May 24. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway brak- 
ing apparatus. 2,129,301 ; Sept. 6. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Speed 
responsive apparatus. 2,130,452 ; Sept. 20. 

Hone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Speed 
responsive apparatus. 2,130,453 ; Sept. 20. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
bootleg. 2,135,741 ; Nov. 8. 

Bone, Hugh M. (See Williams, R. C, and Bone.) 

Bone, Hugh M., and R. C. Williams, Columbus, assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to Owens-Illinois Glass Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. Method and product for treating glass 
wool. 2,107,284 : Feb. 8. 

Bonetti, Dante, Highwood, 111. Changeable letter sign. 
2,118,696 ; May 24. 

Boneysteele, Parke L., and M. L. McKercher, Baltimore, 
Md., assignors to American Bitumuls Company, San 
Francisco, Calif. Emulsions and process of making the 
same. 2,135,866 ; Nov. 8. 

Bonforte, Mary L., Salt Lake City, Utah. Single lock 
tire chain. 2,130,293; Sept. 13. 

Bonham, James, North Shields, assignor of one-half to 
T. Macdonald, Monkseaton, England. Emergency screw- 
threaded bolt. 2,132,284 ; Oct. 4. 

Bonham, Maurice J., Elkins Park, assignor to McCloskey 
Varnish Company, Holmesburg Junction. Philadelphia, 
Pa. Manufacture of varnish base resin. 2,126,242 ; 
Aug. 9. 

Bonhard, John, West New York, N. J. Pressure gauge 
for internal combustion motors. 2.122,243 ; June 28. 

BonhOte, Gerald. (See Johner, H., and Bonhote.) 

Bonh6te, Gerald. (See Pool, E., BonhOte, and Apotheker.) 

BonhOte, Gerald, assignor to the firm of Society of Chemi- 
cal Industry in Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Water-in- 
soluble azo dyestuffs. 2,120,728 ; June 14. 

Bonis, Caesar, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fur sewing machine. 
2,132,379 ; Oct. 11. 

Bonn, Friedrich, Surth near Cologne, Germany. Record- 
ing device for telephone sets. 2,130,336; Sept. 20. 

Bonnaire, Claud, London, England. Map, time-table, and 
the like. 2,118,064 ; May 31. 

Bonnell, William L., assignor to B. & T. Floor Company, 
Columbus, Ohio. Frame for securing wall coverings. 
2,114,044; Apr. 12. 

Bonner, Ernest N., Detroit, Mich. Spray head. 
2,127,715 ; Aug. 23. 

Bonner, Francis H., Bristol, England. Creating a moist 
atmosphere in bakers' ovens and other chambers. Meth- 
od of and nioan.s for. 2,141,591; Dec. 27. 

Bonnett, Howard T. (See Major, R. T., and Bennett.) 

Bonney-Floyd Company, The. (See Edmunds, Glenn E., 
as.slgnor. ) 

Bonnoy, Herbert M. (See (Jould, C. T., and Bonney.) 

Bonney, Robert D., Glen Ridge, and W. S. Egge, East 
Orange, N. J., assignors to Coiigole\iiii-Nairn Inc. 
Treating China-wood oil and product thereof. 
2.133,889: Oct. 18. 

r.oiiordcu, Allen H.. I''anwood, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Tclcgrapli (Jonipanv. Telegrapli switch- 
board .switching sy.slcm. 2,1:^9,799; Dec. 13. 

I'.oiiordrn, -Mien 1!., l'':nnv()(>(l, N. J., .'issignor to American 
TcK'iilionc .-ind 'ri'legiajili (,'onii)anv. Telephone switch- 
board and .swilcliing sy.slein. 2.139,800; Doc. 13. 

lioiioi-dcMi. Allen H., I''aiiwood. F. J. C.-irler, Millburn, and 
V. H. Ilanli'y, I'.utler, N. J., a.s.sigiiors lo American 
'rclcplioiK' and 'I'di'graph Coni))any. Telegraph .swilcli 
hoard swilching sysleni. 2,l.'i9,79S: Dee. 13. 

Bonotlo, Michele, EvansvlUe, Ind., assignor to Ext met ol 
I'rocess, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Extracting oils and 
fats from materials containing the same. 2,112,80.') ; 
Mar. 29. 

Bonsall, Charles 1).. Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
aHsigninenlN, to Hland:ird Railway ]0(niipnienl M;mu 
fachiring (,'oiiipany. Insulated car wall. 2,117,397 ; 
May 17. 

BonH.'ill, (.'harles D., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignnienls, to Slandard Itallway lC(inipnient Mann 
facliiring (Niinpany. Car roof. 2,I20,,'M9; Jtme II. 

BonH.ill, (jii.'irlcH D., Pltlsburgh, assignor lo Slandard 
Railway J';(|nlpnient Manufucl uring ('oniitany. New 
Ker.Hinglon, Pa. Car roof. 2,120.350; June II. 

Itonsall, CliarleH 1)., PlUsbnrgh, I'n., aSHlgnor, by mesne 
asKlgnnieiilH, lo Slandard Railway 10(iulpinenl iMiiniil'ae 
tiirlng Company. Refrigerator car. 2, i:!(l,!»!)9 ; .N'ov 
15. 

Bonser, Frank. (See Reynohls, W,, and HonHer.) 

HonHlgnoii', Ileniy ('.., iiuko Placid, N. Y. Barber's iiprim 
2,129,(11 1 ; Sept. 13. 

UnnKon, i;dwin \V., London, England. Electric plug. 
2, 1 ■10,(11(1 ; Dec. 20. 

Koiivllle, lOdwiird J,, New London, iiHslgnor In Itolieil^dn 
Paper IJox (N)inpanv, Inc.. Men! \ lib', Cnnn. lOiisel Imv 
2,112. 13.''. ; Mnr. 22. 



Booer, Joseph R., Addiscombe-Surrey, England, and G. 
Kossel, Hackensack, N. J. Composition for treatment 
of seeds. 2,104,316 ; Jan. 4. 

Boog, Richard K., Newark, N. J. Collar clasp. 2,120,866 ; 
Aug. 16. 

Booge, James E., Newark, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company. 
Calcium sulphate-zinc sulphide pigment. 2,111,137 ; 
Mar. 15. 

Booger, Leif N., Brooklyn, N. Y. Dispensing device. 
2,135,999 ; Nov. 8. 

Booker, Clyde A., Lexington, and A. E. Hill, Fitchburg, 
Mass. Insulating device for high 'tension constructions. 
2,113,673 ; Apr. 12. 

Booker, Norman N., assignor of three-tenths to E. P. 
Adams. Philadelphia, Pa. Aerial bomb. 2,139,665 ; 
Dec. 13. 

Boon, Anthonie A., and H. Barknowitz, Amsterdam, and 
G. M. Uitermark, Haarlem, assignors to L. De Jong, 
Amsterdam, Netherlands. Electric connecter. 2,135,163 ; 
Nov. 1. 

Boone, Arthur J., Jackson, Mich. Quick change punch 
and punch holder. 2,128,116 ; Aug. 23. 

Boone, Leys S., Hugheston, W. Va. Air compressor. 
2,127,152; Aug. 16. 

Boonton Radio Corporation. (See Snow, Harold A., as- 
signor.) 

Boorum & Pease Company. (See Gingham, E. C, and 
Figlioli, assignors.) 

Boosman, Herman B. R. (See de Vries, G., and Boosman.) 

Booth, Charles F., Anniston, Ala., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Monsanto Chemical Company. Treatment 
of phosphoric acid to remove fluorine. 2,132,349 ; 
Oct. 4. 

Booth, F. E., Company. (See Peebles, D. D., Manning, and 
Potbury, assignors.) 

Booth, Franklin O. (See Hall, E. B., Baker, and Booth.) 

Booth, George M., Westfield, assignor to Wallace & Tier- 
nan Company, Inc., Belleville, N. J. Pressure reducing 
and regulating valve. 2,137,204 ; Nov. 15. 

Booth, George W., assignor to Crown Cork & Seal Com- 
pany, Inc., Baltimore, Md. Printing apparatus. 
2,105,399 ; Jan. 11. 

Booth, Gieorge W., assignor to Crown Cork & Seal Company, 
Inc., Baltimore, McJ. Printing apparatus. 2,105,400 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Booth, George W., assignor to Crown Cork & Seal Com- 
pany, Inc., Baltimore, Md. Method and apparatus for 
applying closures. 2,139,572 ; Dec. 6. 

Booth, George W., assignor to Crown Cork & Seal Com- 
pany, Inc., Baltimore, Md. Combined capping and 
printing machine. 2,139,573; Dec. 6. 

Booth, Harold S., Cleveland Heiglits, Ohio. Production 
of alkaline earth carbonate. 2,112,903 ; Apr. 5. 

Booth, Harold S., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Thermal 
decomposition of oxy-compounds. 2,112.904; Apr. 5. 

Booth, Harry T. (See Clarke, H. B., and Booth.) 

Booth, John H., Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield, assignor of 
one-third to A. S. Cheston, and one-third to H. L. 
Sleigh, Birmingham, England. Hinge. 2,112,878 ; 
Apr. 5. 

Booth, John IT., Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield, assignor of 
one-third lo A. S. Cheston and one-third to H. L. Sleigh, 
Birmingham. England. Hinge. 2.118.119 ; May 24. 

Booth, Leroy W., assignor to Sanford Mills, Sanford. 
Maine. Making yarn from continuous rayon and staple 
fiber. 2,132,524; Oct. 11. 

Booth, Lionel E., assignor to The Galigher Company, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. Filter. 2,113,823; Apr. 12. 

Booth, Margaret, New York. N. Y. Typewriter erasing 
attachment. 2,123.877 ; July 19. 

Booth, Morris F., Salom, Ohio. Differential pressure con- 
trol. 2.118,292 ; !\Iay 24. 

Booth, Neil S., Chicago, 111. Educational device. 
2,109,905; Mar. 1. 

liooili. Stanlev. Leeds, England. Pressing machine. 
2.122,927 ; July 5. 

P.oothbv. DonabI I)., assignor to Air Devices Corporation. 
('Iiici'igo. HI. Heater. 2,120,705; June 14. 

lioolhby Fibre Can Company. (See Gazette, Marshall 
10.. assignor.) 

Bootlie, I'Uigene F., assignor to James R. Kearney Corpora- 
tion, St. Louis. Mo. Fuse link. 2,108.8i;! ; Feb. 22. 

llootlie, Eugene F., assignor to James 1!. Kearney Cov- 
poialion, St. Louis, Mo. S(-eondary fuse. 2.1 1 1,7-1.'> ; 
Mar. 22. 

Bootlirovd. Harold C, Pleasant Ridge, Midi. Switch. 
2,111,385: Mar. 15. 

lioothroyd, Ilnbert. (See \Vo(.<le(>ek, K. H., and Booth- 
royd.) 

I'.notliroyil, lluherl, Leicester, lOngland, assignor to I'nltinl 
Shoe "Maeliinerv Corporallon. Paterson, N. J. ICdglni; 
niMclilni'. 2,1 I 1,(110 ; Mar. 22. 

Uoolon, W'illlMm !■;.. Lelei'sler. lOnglaild. KnlttlnR ma- 
clilm'. 2,IO,''),it(15 ; Jan. 1.'^. 

Itools' I'nre Urng Company Llnilto<l. (Soc Pyinnn, V. I.., 
(inifoilh, anil .AnderHon. nKNlgnora.) 

i; H I'nr.' Drug Conipaiiy l.lmlli'd. (Bee Pynmn, F. L., 

nnil Levene, nuKlgnorH.) 

Iiooiy, l-lilllp C. I', and It. li.. Clilrneo. III. I|pni(^vlne 
snriiliis reHlns from artU'lcB after liU|ir«<K<»ill«ii. 
2,l1M,():t(I ; May 24. 

Ilooiy. Philip ('. I*, and 1{. (•., i'hlciico. III. A|«|virntti« 
tor lni|ireguilllilg wooil ami Illo like. '.', I.H.'N.-IIM : Nov. S. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Booty, Philip C. P. and R. G., Chicago, 111. Impregnat- 
ing wood and the lilte. 2,140,981 : Dec. 20. 

Booty, Raymond G. (See Booty, Philip C. P. and R. G.) 

Bopp, Enos J., Illinois City, III. Gate. 2,116,821; May 
10. 

Borberg, Adolf, Short Hills, N. J., assignor to Carnegie 
Steel Company. Piling section. 2,104,116 ; Jan. 4. 

Borda, Pasquale, Brooklyn, N. Y. Last. 2,138.902 ; 
Dec 6. 

Borden, Albert. (See Bensel, Duryea, assignor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Mapes, Leslie A., assignor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See McClatchie, John M., as- 
signor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Page, W., and Taylor, as- 
signors.) 

Borden Company, The, et al. (See Supplee, George C, 
assignor.) 

Borden, Howard S., Rumson, N. J. Poker set. 2,130,762 ; 
Sept. 20. 

Borden, Moro M., assignor to Simplex Valve and Meter 
Company, Pliiladelpliia, Pa. Compensated flow control 
system. 2,134,597 ; Oct. 25. 

Borden, Moro M., assignor to Simplex Valve and Meter 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Vacuum breaker. 
2,135,383 ; Nov. 1. 

Borden, Perry A., assignor to The Bristol Company, 
Waterbury, Conn. Compensated potential divider for 
potentiometers. 2,114,330; Apr. 19. 

Borden, Roy. (See Ledger, \V., and Borden.) 

Borden, Stephen W., Summit, N. J. Ground rod fitting. 

2.122.546 ; July 5. 

Borden, Stephen W., Summit, N. J. Electrode fitting. 

2.122.547 ; July 5. 

Borden, Stephen W., Summit, N. J. Ground testing meter. 

2.122.548 ; July 5. 

Borden, Stephen W., Summit, N. J. Earth electrode meter. 

2.122.549 ; July 5. 

Borden, Stephen W., Summit, N. J. Ground fitting. 
2,132,843 ; Oct. 11. 

Borel, Charles, Geneva, Switzerland. Apparatus for col- 
laborating statistical data. 2,131,497 ; Sept. 27. 

Borel, Ongsinie. (See Dietrich, T., and Borel.) 

Borenstein, Ella. (See Mann, Joseph, assignor.) 

Borenstein, Walter. (See Mann, Joseph, assignor. J 

Borer, William J. (See George, W. E., and Borer.) 

Borg, Axel G.. Lake Forest, 111. Stringed instrument. 
2,141,735 ; Dec. 27. 

Borg, Ernest M. R., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. Type- 
writing machine. 2,107,304; Feb. 8. 

Borg, George W., Corporation. (See Hobbs, John W., 
assignor.) 

Borg, George W., Corporation, The. (See Bell, Raymond 
T., assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corpoi'ation. (See Anderson, Arthur W., as- 
signor.) 

Borg- Warner Corporation. (See Anderson, M. B., and 
Swenson, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Avery, Howard W., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Battles, S. S., and Ahr- 
becker, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Buchanan, John C, as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Burtnett, Everett R., 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Carlson, Raymond A., 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Chandler, Milford G., 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Darbyshire, Leonard H., 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Darbyshire, L. H., Nor- 
bcrg, and Morley, assignors.) 

Borg-Wnrner Corporation. (See Emerson, John R., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warnor Corporation. (See Fawick, Tliomns I;., as- 
signor. ) 

Borg-Warnor Corporation. (See Gamble, David E., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporal ion. (See Hunt, G. H., and Berno, 
assignors.) 

Borg-Warnor Corporation. (See Ingersoll, Roy C, as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Ingersoll, Stephen L., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warnor Corporation. (See Moore, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Nutt, Harold, assignor.) 

Borg-Warnor Corporation. (See Nutt, H., and Reed, as- 
signors.) 

Borg-Warnor Cori)oration. (See Orr, Palmer, assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Osborne, William B., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warnor Corporation. (See Rauen, C. F., and Kilpela, 
assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Rood, Harold V., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warnor Corporation. (See Rehnberg, Axel F., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warnor Corporation. (See Ruesenberg, Carl A., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Wai-nor Corporation, (Si'o Ruosonberg, C. A., and 
Willono, assignors.) 



(See Sherman, Alvin G., as- 



(See Sherman, A. G., and 
(See Swennes, Benjamin A., 
(See Swenson, Carl E., as- 
(See Terrell, Ralph A., as- 
(See White, Samuel O., as- 
Putty retainer. 



Borg-Warner Corporation, 
signor. ) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. 
Mills, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation, 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation, 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation, 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation, 
signor.) 

Borgen, Sigward L., Dallas, Wis. 
2,108,192 : Feb. 15. 

Borgerd, William F., and W. O. Bechman, Chicago, 111., 
and K. A. Harmon, Longmeadow, assignors to Wico 
Electric Company, West Springfield, Mass. Magneto. 
2,110,321 ; Mar. 8. 

Borgerd, William F., Riverside, F. I. McCune and C. 
A. Uherek, Chicago, 111., assignors to International 
Harvester Company. Gas pump. 2,124,181 ; July 19. 

Borgfeldt, Frederic R., Middlebury, Ind., assignor to 
Middlebury Electric Clock Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
Electric clock. 2,117,873 ; May 17. 

Borgfeldt, Frederic R., Middlebury, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Globe American Corporation, 
Macomb, 111. Electric clock. 2,133,052 ; Oct. 11. 

Borgfeldt, Frederic R., Middlebury, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Globe American Corporation, 
Macomb, 111. Synchronous motor for electric clocks 
and the lilte. 2,138,442 ; Nov. 29. 

Borggard, Clarence S., Somerville, Mass. Hand truck 
conveyer. 2,107,465 ; Feb. 8. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Sulphurizing terpene, abietyl 
compounds, etc. 2,111,882 ; Mar. 22. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Refining rosin esters. 2,114,371 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Borglin, .Toseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Rosin refining and polymeriza- 
tion simultaneously. 2,120.015 : June 7. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Refining sulphurized organic 
materials. 2,125,218 ; July 26. 

Borglin, Josei)h N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Terpene alcoliol esters of di- 
basic acids and producing. 2,136,000 ; Nov. 8. 

Borgstrom, David T., Los Angeles, Calif. Rotary fire- 
place. 2,122,635 ; July 5. 

Boris, Pauline, Chicago, 111. Breast support. 2,104,725 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Borkenstein, Prank J., Fort Wayne, Ind. Cove base mold- 
ing. 2,111,922 ; Mar. 22. 

Borkland, Carl R., Boston, Mass. Hat structure. 
2,138,225 ; Nov. 29. 

Borkum, David N. (See Sanchioni, Adolf L., assignor.) 

Borland, Bruce, Chicago, 111. Car seal. 2,130,787 ; Sept. 
20. 

Borland, Carl A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Burner. 2,121,948 ; June 28. 

Borman, Emil, Chicago, 111. Pneumatic heel. 2,106,788; 
Feb. 1. 

Bornemann, Hermann G., Zeglendorf-Klein, Machnow, 
Germany. Electric spark plug or the like for internal 
! combustion engines. 2,109,364 ; Feb. 22. 
I Bornor, Karl. (See Rossner, E., Borner, Malm, and 
Irion.) 

Bornstein, Morris. (See Morin, E. A., and Bernstein.) 

Boroughs, Eugene J., assignor to Commercial Solvents 
Corporation, Terre Haute, Ind. Recovering maize oil. 
2,135,462 ; Nov. 1. 

Boroughs, Frank S., Elmhurst, Long Island, assignor to 
G. M. Co. Manufacturing Co., Inc., Long Island City, 
N. Y. Valve core. 2,124,844 ; July 20. 

Borton, George W., New Lisbon, N. J., assignor to Pennsyl- 
vania Crusher Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Crushing 
machinery. 2,108,793 : Feb. 22. 

Bortscli. Robert, St. Peter, near Graz, Austria. Cement 
testing device. 2,129,043 : Sept. 6. 

Bortz, Alfred W., Echo, Minn. Battery filler. 2,140,951 ; 
Dec. 20. 

Berwick, Artluir II., II\intington Park, Calif. Stretcliing 
metal rods. 2,130,538; Nov. 15, 

Bosch, Henry. Jr., San Francisco, Calif. Retrieving mech- 
anish. 2,105,469 ; Jan. 18. 

Boscli, Jinx, Berlin-Roinickendorf, Germany, assignor to 
Wostinghouso Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgli, I'a. Electric current conversion system. 
2.100,826; Feb. 1. 

Bosch. Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Dorn, Walter, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Pfister, Willy, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Gesellscliaft mit beschriinkter Ilaftung, 
(See Baumgratz, E., Kratz, and Steinliart, assignors.) 

Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschriinkter Haftung. 
(See Bischoff, Heinrich, assignor.) 

I'.osch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschriinkter Haftung. 
(See Callsen. Albert, assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, GosoUschaft mit bosilirankter Haftung. 
(See Hammer, Richard, assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bosch, Robert. Gesellschaft mit beschriinkter Haftung. 

(See Holzbaur, Eugen, assignor.) 
Bosch. Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Hurst, M., and Weber, assignors.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Klaiber, Erich, assignor.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Klein, Hermann, assignor.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Mall, E., and Dorn, assignors.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Meyer, A., Hurst, and Stockmeyer, assignors.) 
Bosch. Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Schweizer, Alfred, assignor.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Strab, H., Reger, and Dorn, assignors.) 
Bosco, George B., (Jhicago, 111. Wall tie. 2,115,137 ; 

Apr. 26. 
Bosco, George B., Chicago, 111. Wrapping for structural 

shapes. 2,116,335 ; May 3. 
Bosco, George B., Chicago, 111. Form hanger for concrete 

slab structures. 2,122,276 ; June 28. 
Boscow, Arthur L., and A. V. Worthington, Oakland, 

Calif. Faucet. 2,134,966 ; Nov. 1. 
Bose, Edward R., Rutherford, assignor to United Cork 
Companies, Lyndhurst, N. J. Heat-insulated wall con- 
struction. 2,107,258; Feb. 1. 
Boser, Otto J. (See Steingroever, F. A., and Boser.) 
Bosh, Tony S., and G. H. Bauley, Williston, N. Dak. Tank 

filling device. 2,130,059 ; Sept. 13. 
Hoshnack, Isidore and S., New York, N. Y. Safety tool 

pocket. 2,129,196 ; Sept. 6. 
Hoshnack, Samuel. (See Boshnack, Isidore and S.) 
I'.osley, David A., Jr., Lakewood, assignor to The Glidden 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Preparing a surface. 
2,117,289 ; May 17. 
Bosma, Alfred S., assignor to The Lauson Company. New 

Holstein, Wis. Engine starter. 2,109,281 ; Feb. 22. 
I!os(iue. Jose \'.. Ilabana. Cuba. Faucet. 2,121.281 ; 

June 21. 
Boss, John W., assignor to Chromium Products Corpora- 
tion, Livingston, Mont. Apparatus for the electrolytic 
production of chromic acid and caustic alkali. 
2,116,138 ; May 3. 
Bossard, Josephine L. (See Pyatt, James C, assignor.) 
Bossart, Paul N. (See Place, W. P., Bossart, and Gron- 

dahl.) 
Bosschieter, Leonard, Prospect Park, N. J. Collapsible 

chair. 2,136,838; Nov. 15. 
Bosshard. John J., Chicago, assignor, to Brasco Manu- 
facturing Company, Harvey, III. Store front construc- 
tion. 2,107,323 ; Feb. 8. 
I'.o.stad, Fred. (Sop Nielsen, S. F., and Bostad.) 
Bostic, Ralph R., Los Angeles, Calif. Gauge. 2,106,993 ; 

Feb. 1. 
Bostlck, Alfred, Jackson, Mich. Solenoid actuator for 

rotating signals. 2,110,033: Mar. 1. 
I'.osKin. David W. (See I'oulsen, A., Kolb, Pratt, and 

IJo.ston.) 
Boston Gear Works, Inc. (See Foster, Neal W., assignor.) 
I'.osion Kiiilting Mills. Inc. (See Berger, Samuel L., as- 
signor.) 
Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Cavanagh, John F., 

assignor.) 
Boston Wire StKcher Company. (See Davis, E. W., and 

Maynard, assignors.) 
I'.osion Wire Slilclicr Company. (See Maynard, Arllnir 

II., assignor.) 
Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Company. (See Apel, 

G. 10.. and Patterson, assignors.) 
Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Company. (See Bierer, 

John M., assignor.) 
I '.OKI wick, Cvni.s U.. ("ato, N. Y. Triplicate folding hand 

mirror. 2.140,069 ; Dec. 13. 
I'.ostwiek, Myron A., North Arlington, N. J., assignor to 
VV('Ktingho\iae Electric & Manufacturing ('om])any, lOast 
I'ittHhurgh, Pa. Network relay. 2,114.829; Apr. 19. 
Bostwick Steel Lath (Company, The. (See llurlberl, Wil- 
liam <;., Jr., asHignor.) 
KoHw.ui, Il.ins I'., (ialioii, Ohio, assignor to The North 
lOleclric Ml'g. (.'iinipany. Supervisory control system. 

2,^•^•.),^.i^,2■, Dec «. 
Itosworth. Roswell I., Cranston, R. I., assignor to Guyan 
TMills, Inc. Fabric for curtains or the like. 2,125,422 ; 

Aug. 2. 
I'.oHworth, Thomas E., Providence, R. I., assignor to 

Universal Oiitical (,'ori)orallon. Removable nose pad. 

2,114,174 ; Apr. 12. 
I'.dlihgcr. 1''iim1, Oalit'ord, and <;. Schrelcr, I'lilladelphla, 

I'a. Klcxihi.' nlilitv ladder. 2,129,401; Sept. 0; 
Butt, I'crrv J., Llttli' Itock, Ark. Insulator slileUl. 

2,i:!5,558; Nov. «. 

pttciniH, Itolicrl It., UNSignoi' to The GIrdler (^orpnrMllDli, 

I.oiiiNvllle, Ky. I'i'oductlon ol' anlivili'nMH Nodhini nuI 

pliali'. 2, 1 29,8 1 3 ; Sept. I.'t. 

illipir, IlMiiy I''., WIlllaiMHporl, I'a., asHlicnor lo I'iing 

Ijiii'ii Corpoinllon, I lagcrHlowil, M<l. ^letlll>d of and 

n|i|iai;iliiH for cloanlng tubular bodlcn. 2.II7,(1I,S; 

Mav 17. 
ItdllH, .loliii M,, .Icrililiilnw II. I'a. I'lill laHJiliUKd IminIiiv 

2,1 l!),(l(i;i ; .liiiii' 7. 
I<(iiirliaril. lilaiiclic 10. (See I III < I'rriilci-, I'rani'lN (', as 

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Bouchard, Samuel E., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Adjusting device for oph- 
thalmic mountings. 2,112,647 ; Mar. 29. 

Bouchard, Samuel E., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Ophthalmic mounting. 
2,117,139 ; May 10. 

Bouchard, Samuel E., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Ophthalmic mounting. 

2.135.791 ; Nov. 8. 

Bouchard, Samuel E., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Ophthalmic mounting. 

2.135.792 ; Nov. 8. 

Bouchard, Samuel E., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Ophthalmic mounting. 
2,141,287 ; Dec. 27. 

Bouchard, Samuel E., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Machine for assembling 
ophthalmic mountings. 2,141,288; Dec. 27. 

Boucher, Charles P., Montreal, Quebec, Canada, assignor 
to Boucher Inventions, Ltd., Washington, D. C. Lumi- 
nescent tube. 2,117,054 ; May 10. 

Boucher Inventions, Ltd. (See Boucher, Charles P., as- 
signor.) 

Boucher, Jacques, Boulogne-sur-Seine, assignor to So- 
ci6t6 Anonyme des Hants Fourneaux et Fonderies de 
Pont-a-Mousson, Pont-a-Mousson, France. Pipe joint. 
2,138,135 ; Nov. 29. 

Boucher, Parks, Antlers, Okla. Filler rod holder. 
2,121.682 ; June 21. 

Bouden, William L., Brooklyn. N. Y.. assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Permanent wave machine. 
2.118.594; Mav 24. 

Boudette, Cornelius G. (See Joy, J. F., and Boudette.) 

Boudin, Louis, St.-Gobain, and H. Poeymirou, Asnieres, 
assignors to Soci6t6 Anonyme des Slanufactures des 
Glaees & Produits Chemiques de Saint-Gobain, Chauny 
& Cirey, Paris, France. 2,122,083 ; June 28. 

Boughton, Samuel D. (See Wilkinson, T. T., and Bough- 
ton.) 

Boughton. Solon J., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Gear change 
operating means. 2,129,259 ; Sept. 6. 

Boughton, Willis A., Cambridge, and W. R. Mansfield, 
Boston, assignors to New England Mica Co., Waltham, 
Mass. Restraint of crystallization of inorganic colloids 
in aqueous association. 2,113,533 ; Apr. 5. 

Bouhuys, Aleidus G., assignor to American Enka Corpora- 
tion, Enka, N. C. Manufacture of artificial silk hose. 
2,138,954 ; Dec. 6. 

Boule, Camille E., assignor to Summit Thread Companv. 
East Hampton, Conn. Thead bobbin producing mii- 
chine. 2.140,046 ; Dec. 13. 

Boulton, Berthoud C. (See Klemni, II. G., and Boulton.) 

Bouillon, Joseph M. F., Paris, France. Closing device for 
vessels containing a matter under pressure especially 
fire extinguishers. 2,130,763 ; Sept. 20. 

Boulard, Gabriel, Paris, France. Hair curler. 2.127,349 ■ 
Aug. 16. 

Boulton, Harold S., Chicago, 111. Floor troweling ma- 
chine. 2,108,470 ; Feb. 15. 

Bouman, Johannes A. J. (See van Loon, Carel J., and 
Bouman.) 

Boumans, Paul, Arlington, N. J., and W. Brinck, Now 
York, N. Y. Garment checking apparatus. 2,124,444- 
July 19. 

lioumeester, Iluibert G. (See Kuipers, M., and Bou 
mcester. ) 

lioiiinecster, Iluibert G., assignor to N. V. Philips' 
Gl(i('llanii)enl'nl)rloken, Eindhoven, Netherlands Dis- 
charge lube. 2,120,314; Sept. G. 

Boumeester, Iluibert G., and K. Posthumus, Eindhoven 
Netherlands, assignors to N. V. Philips' Gloeilampea- 
fabrieken. Electron discharge device. 2,112,136; Mar. 

Bourdon, Pierre M., Paris, assignor to Miehelin et Cie 
Clermont-Ferrand, France. I'ressuro indicator! 

Bourdon, Pierre M., I'aris, assignor to jMichclin el CI.-. 
('l(M'inoiit-I''erran(l, France. Pres.suie coniiioiis.al iiig (!.■ 
vice for niulli])le gas chambers. 2, 107.,5!)ii ; K,-li v'^ 
Bourdon, Pierre M., Paris, as.signor to Miehelin el Cle 
France. Tire. 2,120,0(!;!: June 7! 
Paris, assignor to Miehelin & Clo. 
France. Tire. 2,122,730; July ^■ 
Paris, assignor to Miehelin & Cli- . 
l'"ranee. Device for Indii'Mling de 
I. •!!'). 0;!,S ; ,\,>v. .S. 
Ildiinliin. I'ierie M.. Paris, assignor to Miehelin & Cle, 



('leiiionl-I''erraii(l 
Bourdon, I'ierre M. 

Cli'iniont T'errand 
I'.omilon, I'ierre M. 

Cleiiiioiil l''eriand 

lla( ion of pneiiiiiatie [ivcf 

iiinlon, I'ii'rie M.. I'aris 



( 'lc'riiiontI''ei-nin(l, 
hieli'S. 2,138,136 
Hoilidon. I'leiie M., 
('Iciiiiiiit l''eiranil. 



I''ra n 
Nov. 
I'aris 

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assignor to Miehelin ot Cle. 

Triiiisfer sheet for decoriit- 

int,' iiililier. 2. 1;!<1.0(1,S ; Dec. 6. 

Itoiinloii, I'ierre M.. I'aris. iiHslgnor lo Miehelin el Cle 

Clermont I''erraii<l, Kranee. Di-vlei' for Mutoinalloallv 

eoiitrollliig the iMllatlon of llres. 2,14l..'\07: Dee 2'7 

ItoiiigeolH. Alplionse J. (See Montgomery, II. II , nlul 

llolirgeols.) 
lioiiiUe, KiiHiell I,., I'l-taluuia. Calif. TraiiNMilNslon for 
pl.-Jlon and eiankNhari iiNKi-nililles, 2.122,(17(1; July C> 
I'.oml.e, l[ii..JKi4l I... I'elahinia, Calif. Iiilenmt co'iiihUHlloii 

.ni'liiiv '.'. i:"'.(177 ; July .'1. 
lioiirne. Roland II, asHlt;noi- to The Ma\lm Slh-neer Com 
llarlford. Ciuui. .'<oiind atleiuiiillnu ilovlec 
, Auk. 23. 
Iloiinie. W llfiiid A. (See MrCiill..,!,. N. K., ,„„l \\oun\o ) 



iianv, II 
2,l27,fl7'J 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Bourquin, Edgar, Framingham, Mass., assignor to Warren 
Telechron Company. Rotating dial numeral clock. 
2,130,873; Sept. 20. 

Bousquet, Euclid W., Wilmington, G. D. Graves, • Holly 
Oak, and P. L. Salzberg, Carrcroft, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Composition toxic to lower forms of 
life. Re. 20,869 ; Oct. 4. 

Bousquet, Euclid W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Stabilized parasiticidal composition. 2,123,928 ; 
July 19. 

Bousquet, Euclid W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Photochemically stabilized tbio-diarylamine para- 
siticidal composition. 2,123,929 ; July 19. 

Bousquet, Euclid W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Alkyl clilorides. 2,124,605 ; July 26. 

Bousquet, Euclid W., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Ne- 
mours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Esters of dithio- 
carbamic acids. 2,127,375 ; Aug. 16. 

Bousquet, Euclid W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Parasiticidal composition. 2,139,256 ; Dec. 6. 

Bousquet, Euclid W., Wilmington, and P. L. Salzberg, 
Edge Moor, assignors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Fly 
spray. 2,112,688 ; Mar. 29. 

Boussel, Andre. (See Sutter, C, and Boussel.) 

Boustead, Mary E., Minneapolis, Minn. Humidifier. 
2,140,664 ; Dee. 20. 

Boutilier, Walter H., Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
Preparation of food products from fish scrap. 
2,126,445 ; Aug. 9. 

Bouvier, George A., and H. R. Laird, Chicago, 111., as- 
signors to Western Electric Sompany, Incorporated, New 
York, N. y. Cutting or milling machine. 2,116,593 ; 
May 10. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor, by mesne assignments, to N. 
V. Philips, Glocilampenfabrieken, Eindhoven, Nether- 
lands. High tension discharge tube. 2,110,259 ; Mar. 8. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor, by mesne assignments, to N. V. 
Philips' Gloeiiampenfabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. 
X-ray apparatus. 2,114,070 ; Apr. 12. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor, by mesne assignments, to N. V. 
Philips' Gloeiiampenfabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. 
X-ray apparatus. 2,118,457 ; May 24. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeiiampen- 
fabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. High voltage dis- 
charge device. 2,119,069 ; May 31. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeiiampen- 
fabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. High voltage dis- 
charge tube. 2,119,070 ; May 31. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeiiampen- 
fabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. X-ray apparatus. 
2,129,646 ; Sept. 13. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor to N. V. Phillips' Gloeiiampen- 
fabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. Electric discharge 
tube. 2,139,487 ; Dec. 6. 

Bouwers, Albert and J. H. van der Tuuk, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to N. V. Philips' Gloeiiampenfabrie- 
ken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. High voltage discharge 
tube. 2,107,597 ; Feb. 8. 

Bovard, Charles M., assignor to Cooper-Bessemer Corpora- 
tion, Mount Vernon, Ohio. Fuel supplying apparatus. 
2,140,101; Dec. 13. - » ji 

Bovard, Floyd G. (See Taylor, J. J., and Bovard.) 
Bovard, Floyd G., Akron, assignor to The Ohio Brass 
Company, Mansfield, Ohio. Trimmer. 2,117,695; 
May 17. 
Bovard, Floyd G., Akron, assignor to The Ohio Brass Com- 
pany, Mansfield,. Ohio. Conductor clamp. 2,135,320; 
Nov. 1. 

Bovier, Archie M., Elmira, assignor to American Sales 
Book Company, Inc., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Composite 
traveler record fastener. 2,108,471 ; Feb. 15. 

Bowden. Charles L., Valparaiso, Ind. Two-cvcle engine. 
2,121,727 ; June 21. . s 

Bowden. Walter H., East Geelong, Australia. Yarn wind- 
ing machine. 2,131,470 ; Sept. 27. 

Bowdil Company, The. (See Bowman, Charles L., as- 
signor.) 

Bowdoin, George E., New York, and W. Strobridge, Syra- 
cuse, assignors to United States Hoffman Machinery 
Corporation. New York, N. Y. Drying. 2,142.042 • 
Dec. 27. . = . , 

Bowen, Arnold E., Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Wave-meter. 2,106,713 : Feb. 1. 
Bowen, Arnold E., Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Guided wave transmission. 2,129,669 ; Sept. 13. 
Bowen, Arthur, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Davis & 
Geek, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Tube for surgical purposes 
and preparing and using the same. 2,127,903 ; Aug. 23. 
Bowen, Ernest W. (See Rogers, D. A., and Bowen.) 
Bowen, Erwin E. (See Murr.iv, P. J., and Bowen.) 
Bowen, George W., Houston, Tex., assignor to S. R. Bowen 
Co., Huntington Beach, Calif. Inside casing cutter. 
2,117,599 ; May 17. 



Bowen, Harold H., Heaton, Bradford, and V. H. Majerus, 
Vilvoorden, Wyke, Bradford, assignors to The Brad- 
ford Dyers' Association, Limited, Bradford, Yorkshire, 
England. Production of improved effects on cellulosic 
fabrics. 2,119,150 ; May 31. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Hydraulic brake system. 
2,104,220 ; Jan. 4. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Pressure producing device for 
fluid pressure systems. 2,114,991 ; Apr. 26. 

Bowen, Herbert C., assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Fluid pressure producing device. 
2,114,992 ; Apr. 26. 

Bowen, James, Manheim, assignor to C. Bond, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Caster control means for movable trucks and 
the lilre. 2,114,586; Apr. 19. 

Bowen, James M., Cape May Court House, N. J., assignor 
to S. L. Allen & Co., Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Steering 
sled. 2,105,633 ; Jan. 18. 

Bowen. John E., Akron, Ohio. Watch construction. 
2,105,966 ; Jan. 18. 

Bowen, Joseph M., West Quincy, assignor to Gillette 
Safety Razor Company, Boston, Mass. Protected blade. 
2,119,983 ; June 7. 

Bowen, Joseph M., West Quincy, assignor to Gillette 
Safety Razor Company, Boston, Mass. Protected blade. 
2,131,368; Sept. 27. 

Bowen, Joseph K., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Hollywood-Maxwell Company. Bras- 
siere. 2,130,534; Sept. 20. 

Bowen, Kenneth H., assignor to Columbian Rope Com- 
pany, Auburn, N. Y. Abrading apparatus. 2,113,106 ; 
Apr. 5. 

Bowen, Kenneth H., assignor to Columbian Rope Com- 
pany, Auburn. N. Y. Fibrous tapelilce body and making 
same. 2,130,944 ; Sept. 20. 

Bowen, Kenneth H., assignor to Columbian Rope Company, 
Auburn, N. Y. Abrading appliance. 2,131,309 ; Sept. 
27. 

Llowen. Kenneth H., and E. B. Carlson, assignors to 
Columbian Rope Company, Auburn, N. Y. Fiber bodies 
and producing same. 2,121,496 ; June 21. 

Bowen, Myron W., assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Piston for pressure producing 
devices. 2,125,986 ; Aug. 9. 

Bowen, Russell H., assignor to The American Pulley 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Variable-pitch pulley. 
2,140.1 S2: Dec. 13. 

Bowen, S. K., Co. (See Bowen, George W., assignor.) 

Bowen, S. R., Co. (See Barrett, Ray W., assignor.) 

Bowen, William F., assignor to Evans Case Company, 
North Attleboro, Mass. Receptacle with picture dis- 
play. 2.117,140 ; May 10. 

Bowen, William S., Westfield, N. J. Dust collector. 
2.115,326 : Apr. 26. 

Bowen, William S., Westfield, N. J. Concentrator. 
2,118,803 ; May 31. 

Bower, George W., Harbor Creek, Pa., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric (Company. Circuit controlling device, 
2,109,987; Mar. 1. 

Bower, Jerome G., New York, N. Y., assignor to The Buck- 
eye Steel Castings Company, Columbus, Ohio. Locomo- 
tive pilot coupler. 2.104,846; Jan. 11. 

Bower, Joseph, et al. (See Gough, Joseph, assignor.) 

Bower, Joshua. (See Kinsella, E., Bower, Briggs, and 
Roberts.) 

Bower, Raymond G., assignor to Burroughs Adding Ma- 
chine Company, Detroit, Mich. Power operated type- 
writer. 2,104,007 ; Jan. 4. 

Bower, Raymond G., Bloomfield Hills, assignor to Bur- 
roughs Adding Machine Company, Detroit, Mich. Type- 
writer. 2,121,853 ; June 28. 

Bower Roller Bearing Company. (See Ortegren, Herman 
A., assignor.) 

Bower Roller Bearing Company. (See Zimmerman, 
Thomas, assignor.) 

Bower, Ward E., Washington, D. C. Apparatus for tim- 
ing. 2,105,470; Jan. 18. 

Bowering, Allan G., Heuvelton, N. Y. Bait. 2,121,474 ; 
June 21. 

Bowers, Charles O., and A. C. Williams, assignors of 
one-third to S. H. Davis, Lansing, Mich. Brake 
mechanism. 2,104,702 ; Jan. 4. 

Bowers, Claude E. (See Warren. W. A., and Bowers.) 

Bowers, Frank. (See Howse, C. L., and Bowers.) 

Bowers, Frank. (See Snow, N. L., Thomas, Brelsford, 
Howse, and Bowers.) 

Bowers, Frank. (See Thomas ,W. P., Bowers, and Cox.) 

Bowers, Frederick M., Chester, Pa. Headgear friction 
joint device for welding shields. Re. 20,790 ; July 12. 

Bowers, Frederick M., Chester, Pa. Filter glass holder. 
2,105,071 ; Jan. 11. 

Bowers, Frederick M., Chester, Pa. Adjustable headband. 
2,111,746 ; Mar. 22. 

Bowers, Frederick M., Chester, Pa. Headgear friction 
joint device for welding shields. 2,111,747 ; Mar. 22. 

Bowers, Herbert L., and R. Riley, Long Island City, as- 
signors to The Permutit Company, New York, N. Y 
Sterilizing water by chloramines. 2,112,476 ; Mar. 29 

Bowers, Leverett T., assignor of one-half to E. C. Ryer, 
Pasadena, Calif. Bath appliance. 2,123,398 ; July 12. 

Bowers, Roy L. (See Lauer, C. J., and Bowers.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bowersox, Joseph W., Kansas City, Mo., and S. J. Blaha, 
Hinsdale, 111., assignors to Superior Pelt and Bedding 
Company. Convertible couch. 2,120,663 ; June 14. 

Bowes, David P., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Powder dis- 
penser. 2,105,281 ; Jan. 11. 

Bowes Seal-Fast Corporation. (See Mullen, Thomas W., 
assignor.) 

Bowker, Reginald P., Sheffield, England. Device for the 
delivery of measured quantities of liquid. 2,114,587 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Bowland, Andrew, Mount Lebanon, Pa., assignor to 
William M. Bailey Company. Fluid valve. 2,125,253 ; 
July 26. 

Bowlby, Walter D., Meriden, N. H. Stable film-forming 
material and making same. 2,108,001 ; Feb. 8. 

Bowlby, Walter D., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to 
Egyptian Lacquer Manufacturing Company. Coated 
flexible sheet. 2,106,164 ; Jan. 25. 

Bowlby, Walter D., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Egyp- 
tian Lacquer Manufacturing Company. Lacquer. 
2,120,236; June 14. 

Bowlby, Walter D., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Adhesive. 2,138,137 ; Nov. 
29 

Bowles, Edward L., Wellesley Farms, Mass. Electric 
acoustic receiver. 2,130,414 ; Sept. 20. 

Bowles, Edward L., Wellesley Farms, and G. H. B. 
Smith, Jr., Boston, assignors to F. B. Hopewell, trustee, 
Newton, Mass. Eloctrodynamic apparatus. 2,112,264 ; 
Mar. 29. 

Bowles, John A. C. (See McFarlan, R. L., and Bowles.) 

Bowles, John A. C, Boston, and R. L. McFarlan, Marble- 
head, assignors to United Drug Company, Boston, Mass. 
Thermophoric composition. 2,118,586 ; May 24. 

Bowlus, Harold G., Penns Grove, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Purification of 3.3'-dichlorobenzidine mineral acid salts. 
2,123,710 ; July 12. 

Bowman, Charles L., assignor to The Bowdil Company, 
Canton, Ohio. Cutter bar. 2,109,081 ; Feb. 22. 

Bowman, Charles L., assignor to The Bowdil Company, 
Canton, Ohio. Mining machine cutter bar. 2,109,082 ; 
Feb. 22. 

Bowman, Charles L., Canton, Ohio, assignor to Tlie Bow- 
dil Company. Mining machine chain lug. 2,118,878 ; 
May 31. 

Bowman, David E., assignor to Siphonator, Inc., Los 
Angeles, Calif. Combined siphon bottle and carbona- 
tor. 2,117,271 ; May 17. 

Bowman, Frederic C, assignor to A. R. Maas Chemical 
Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Phosphatovanadate and 
recovery of the same. 2,130,579 ; Sept. 20. 

Bowman, James W., Bellingham, Wa.sh. Detachable 
shoe heel plate device. 2,104,289 ; Jan. 4. 

Bowman, John C, assignor to W. C. Bowman, Ocean 
Park, and E. Roy. Los Angeles, Calif. Forming com- 
mercial articles. 2,1 ],^),249 '; Apr. 26. 

Bowman, Louis G., assignor to Lewis Invisible Stitch 
Machine Company, St. Louis, Mo. Sowing machine 
work support. 2,100,080 ; Jan. 18. 

Bowman, Louis O., assignor to Lewis Invisible Stitch 
Machine Company, St. Louis, Mo, Retaining creases in 
trousers. 2,110,044 ; Mar. 8. 

Bowman, Louis G., assignor to Lewis Invisible Stitch 
Macliine Company, St. Louis, Mo. Needle driving mech- 
anism for sewing nincliines. 2,112,531 ; Mar. 29. 

Bowman, Louis G,, assignor to Lewis Invisible Stitch 
Machine Company, St. Louis, Mo. Blind stitch sewint; 
machine. 2,113,]07; Apr. 5. 

Bowman, liOuis (!., assignor to Lewis Invisible Stitch 
Machine Company, St, Louis, Mo. Sewing machine. 
2,129,402; .Sept, 6, 

Bowman, IjOtiia (!.. assignor to Lewis Invisible Stitch 
Machine Company, St. Louis, Mo. Cn-ase retaining 
means for garments. 2,129,403 ; Sept, 6, 

Bowmnn-Manifold, Micli.'icl, Worplesdon Station, assignor 
to Electric &. Arnsiciil Industries Ijiniiled, Middlesex, 
England, Cathode ray (ulie, 2,108,523; Feb. 15. 

nowniiiu-Mnnirold, Micli.'iel, \Vori)lesdon Station, assignoi' 
lo lOli'cl lic' & Musical Industries Ijimited, Middlesex, 
I';n«l,in<!. TcleviHion Kyslein, 2,137,262; Nov, 22. 

I'.owmaii-Manifold, MIcliael, Worplesdon Station, and R. 
I']. Spencer, I/ondon, assignor.s lo lOleclric & Musical 
Iiiduslries Ijimlled, Mid<ll('.Mc\, lOngland. O.scillat ion 
g.iicnilor, 2,125,732; Aug, 2, 

Itowman-Maiilfold, Midiael, Worplesdon Station, Surrey, 
and A, I). liluiiili'in. lOallng, asHignorH to Electric ^ 
MuhIcjiI IiidiLslricH liliiiili-d. Loudon, lOngland, Cathode 
ray lubi' iil)i>ar,'itus. 2,132,9:13; Ocl. 11. 

HowiiiaiiManlfold, Mlch.'iel, Worplesdon SImIIoii, iiiid 
W, S. I'erclval, Iliinwi'll, asslgnor.s lo Mleclrlc iiiul 
MuhIcmI liidiiNlrlcH Limilcd, Ilayi'.s, I'Inglnnd. Tclr 
vIhIoii and lli(> liki- t nniHiiilsHlon Hyslcm. 2, 1 37,7'.>.S ; 
Nov, 22, 

I'.owiiian Manifold, Michael, Worplesdon Stnllon. and E. ( '. 
Cork, Worcesler Park, MNKlgiiorH lo Electric and MuhIcmI 
liidMNlrl<'H LImlled, Hayes, Middlesex, EliKlimd, Tele 
vision or llie like I ransinlsNloii Hysteni, 2, MO. 102; 
Dec, 13, 

r.owniMU, Olio U, (See Boyland, I). W., Mornln, and 
Howinnn.) 

liownian, I'aul I''., Scarsdalc. N. Y. InHulallni; window. 
2,123,01)3; July 5. 

Ilowiiiim, SMiiiuel G, (Seo MoorhouHe, A,, and Ilowiimn ) 



Bowman, William C, et al. (See Bowman, John C, as- 
signor.) 

Bown, Samuel, St. Louis County, assignor to International 
Shoe Company, St. Louis, Mo. Boot or shoe and mak- 
ing the same. 2.107,725 ; Feb. 8. 

Bown, Samuel, St. Louis County, assignor to Internation- 
al Shoe Company, St. Louis, Mo. Making shoes. 
2,124,727 ; July 26. 

Bowne, Langford J., Howard Beach, assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone system. 2,130,482 ; Sept. 20. 

Bowne, Langford J., Howard Beach, F. R. Lamberty, 
Brooldyn, and R. L. Stokely, deceased, by G. M. 
Stokely, executrix. Floral Park, assignors to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone system. 2,104,449 ; Jan. 4. 

Bowser, Norma G., San Leandro, Calif. Combination 
wheeled chair and crutch. 2,129,260 ; Sept. 6. 

Bowser, Percy L. (See Flammang, J., and Bowser.) 

Bowser, Percy L. (See Flammang, J., Bowser, and 
Ernst.) 

Bowser, Percy L. (See Flammang, J., Ernst, and 
Bowser.) 

Bowser, Percy L., University City, assignor to The Ster- 
ling Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Lathe chuck. 
2,119,004; May 31. 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Carroll, William M., 
assignor.) 

Bowser, S, P., & Company. (See Griffith, Clement P., 
assignor.) 

Bowyer, Abble G., assignor of one-fourth to S. E. Fouts, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Hair curler. 2,135,612 ; Nov. 8. 

Box Blank Corporation. (See Scheffey, George B., as- 

Boxan, Walter, (See Rabe, K,, and Boxan,) 
signor. ) 

Boyce, Leonard D., Maplewood, assignor to Carter Car- 
buretor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Control lever. 
2,125,538 ; Aug. 2. 

Boyce, Leonard D., Maplewood, assignor to Carter Car- 
buretor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Carburetor struc- 
ture. 2,134,354 : Oct. 25. 

Bo.vce, Leonard D., Majjlewood, Mo, Crankease ventilator, 
2,1.39,801 ; Dec. 13. 

Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, Inc. (See 
Hartzel, A., Wilcoxon, and Youden, assignors.) 

Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, inc. (See 
Zimmerman. P. W., and Hitchcock, assignors.) 

Boyce, William S., Chicago, 111. Rail fastening. 
2,140,891 ; Dec. 20. 

Boyd, Arthur C, Maywood, 111. Injecting mechanism. 
^,106,789 ; Feb. 1. 

Bovd, Carl C, Rock Island, 111. Blowtorch and attach- 
ments. 2,121,728; June 21. 

Boyd, Charles R., Chicago, 111. Spark plug. 2,100,449 ; 
Jan. 25. 

I'.ovd. Donald L. (See Dow, D. M., Boyd, and Burmeister.) 

Boyd, Oar, (See Miller, Clem, and Boyd.) 

Boyd, Herbert C, Austin, Minn. Ring combination. 
2,119,039 ; May 31. 

Boyd, James T., Bogalusa, La. : N. L. Boyd, owner by 
decrees of court and by assignment. Pressure con- 
trolled apparatus. 2,118,029; May 24, 

Boyd, Leonard E,, assignor of one-half to E. C. Street, 
Oakland, Calif. Packet. 2,115,099; May 3. 

I'oyd, Nellie L. (See Boyd, James T,, assignor.) 

Boyd, Percy E., Detroit, Mich. Safety mechanism for 
punch presses. 2,111,060; Mar. 15. 

Boyd, Percy E., Detroit, Mich. Safety clutch release 
tor punch presses. 2,111.061 ; Mar. 15. 

Boyd, Randolph, Galva, 111. Batten. 2,130.788 ; Sept. 
'>0. 

Boyd, Robert C, liOuisville, Ky., assignor to Standard 
Sanilarv Manufacturing Company. Ball cock. 
2,111,836 ; Jlar. 22. 

Boyd, William P., deceased, Nashua, N, TI. ; R. B. Burn- 
ham, ndiniiiislralor. Machini' and process for finishing 
incrcrrizi'd collon. 2, ll'J.O i:! ; 1 ice. 27. 

Boye, James II., Chicago, 111. Curtain fixture. 2,115,708; 
Alay 3. 

l!o.ver, lOarl W., I'ottsvlUe. Pa. Nut lock. 2,10.^.401; 
.tan. 11. 

r.over. Jolm .\., assignor, by mesne assignments, lo The 
Carborunduiu Company. Niagara I''alls, N. Y. Making 
a boron carbide composition. 2.12l,.''>38 ; July 26, 

lioyer, John A,, assignor In The C'lrborundum Conipany, 
I\'lagnr;i Kails, N, Y, Abrasive article and Us niauu- 
fuel lire. 2,137,200; Nov. 15. 

lioyer, .Iiilin A., assignor lo The Carbornnduin ('ompany. 
Nliigiiia I'"m1Is, N. Y. Abrasive article and Us manu 
raclurc. 2,137.201 ; Nov. 15. 

Itoyer, .loliii A., assignor lo The ('Mrlnirnnduin ("onipany, 
Niagara li'alls. N. Y, Abrasive article and Its miinu- 
rarlnrc. 2, 1 .'17, .329 ; Nov. 22. 

Boyer, John A., and C. G. Rose. asslgnorH, by mesne a.s- 
HignmeiilH, to The fiirboruniliim (^unpany. Nliigarn 
1'''»11pi N. Y. Hard carbide ooniposlllon. 2.10S,704 ; 
Feb. 22. 

BoyiT, Jdlin A., iind C. G. Rose, asHlgnorn, by mesne as- 
iilgnm(>nlH, to The Cnrlioniiidiini ('on\pniiy. Nlagarn 
1''mI1m N, Y. Dense iioinm-talllc boiUes, 2.109.216; 
Feb. 22. 

Mover, .lolin U.. Beach <"lly. Ohio Display devlc<>. 
■i,125,26«; Aim, 2. 



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Boyer, Robert E., St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. 
Apparatus for preparing bandages. 2,112,759 ; Mar. 29. 

Boyer-Schultz Corporation. (See Gideon, Victor W., as- 
signor. ) 

Boyer, Tanner E., Bell, assignor of one-half to L. P. 
Stockman, Los Angeles, Calif. Wiper packing gland. 
2,126,366; Aug. 9. 

Boykin, Christopher C, Norfolk, Va. Seed planter. 
2,111,485 ; Mar. 15. 

Boykow, Bianca, et al., heirs. (See Boykow, Johann M.) 

Boykow, Erika, et al., heirs. (See Boykow, Johann M.) 

Boykow, Johann M., et al., heirs. (See Boykow, 
Johann M.) 

Boykow, Johann M., Berlin-Lichterfelde-West, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Deutsche Luftfahrt-und Handels- 
Aktien-Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany. Instrument for 
indicating navigational factors. 2,109,283 ; Feb. 22. 

Boykow, Johann M., deceased, Berlin-Lichterfelde, by B., 
E., and J. M. Boykow, Bad Wiessee, Bavaria, sole heirs, 
assignors to Deutsche Luftfahrt- und Handels-Aktien- 
gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany. Navigational instru- 
ments. 2,130,224; Sept. 13. 

Boyle, A. S., Company, The. (See Esselen, Gustavus J., 
assignor.) 

Boyle, Clete L., Detroit, Mich. Soldering solution. 
2,117,649 ; May 17. 

Boyle, Clete L., Detroit, Mich. Rust inhibiting composi- 
tion. 2,127,202 ; Aug. 16. 

Boyle, Harold A., Overland Park, Kans. Self retaining 
gasket. 2,109,522 ; Mar. 1. 

Boyle, James C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dispensing cap. 
2,107,324 ; Feb. 8. 

Boyle, James F., Teaneck, N. J. Valve mechanism. 
2,110,195 ; Mar. 8. 

Boyle, James F., Teaneck, and E. F. Glover, West New 
York, N. J. Treating containers. 2,127,548 ; Aug. 23. 

Boyle, John, Jr., et al. (See Orrison, Kelvin T., as- 
signor.) 

Boyle, Thomas F. (See Pate, Walker M., assignor.) 

Boyle, William J., New York, N. Y. Combined bed table 
and book holder. 2,134,810 ; Nov. 1. 

Boylan, David W., assignor to The General Paint Cor- 
poration, San Francisco, Calif. Pipe coating ironer. 
2,132,391 ; Oct. 11. 

Boylan, David W., assignor to The General Paint Cor- 
poration, San Francisco, Calif. Pipe coating apparatus. 
2,133,014; Oct. 11. 

Boylan, David W., San Francisco, Calif., and C. F. 
Morain, Youngstown, Ohio, assignors to General Paint 
Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Pipe coating ap- 
paratus. 2,133,013 ; Oct. 11. 

Boylan, David W., San Francisco, Calif., C. F. Morain, 
Youngstown, Ohio, and O. R. Bowman, Chicago, 111., 
assignors to The General Paint Corporation, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Pipe lining or coating machine. 2,133,015 ; 
Oct. 11. 

Boyler, George S., Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Loco- 
motive draft chamber. 2,105,716 ; Jan. 18. 

Boyles, Frank M. (See FronmuUer, D., and Boyles.) 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Method of and 
apparatus for lifting fluid. 2,104,008 ; Jan. 4. 

Boynton, Arthur J., assignor to H. A. Brassert & Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Furnace and the operation thereof. 
2,126,724 ; Aug. 16. 

Boynton, Eugene W., Muscatine, Iowa. Apparatus for 
producing metallic shot. 2,114,209 ; Apr. 12. 

Boynton, William H., Berkeley, Calif. Hog cholera vac- 
cine and production. 2,114,588 ; Apr. 19. 

Boysen, Friedrich, Stuttgart/Heumaden, assignor to the 
firm J. Eberspacher, G. m. b. H., Esslingen-on-the- 
Necker, Germany. Device for extinguishing the flame 
and deadening the noise of the exhaust gases in in- 
ternal combustion engines. 2,125,712 ; Aug. 2. 

Boysen, John A., Rutherford, N. J., assignor to Robert 
Reis & Co., New York, N. Y. Undergarment. 2,128,876 ; 
Aug. 30. 

Bozallna, Henry F., Houston, Tex. Roofing. 2,138,320 ; 
Nov. 29. 

Bozeman, John F., assignor of one-half to J. L. Johnston, 
Houston, Tex. Releasable fishing tool. 2,123,036 ; 
July 5. 

Bozung, Clarence J., Greenville, Mich. Picture frame. 
2,113,871 ; Apr. 12. 

Braband, Carl, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Arc discharge apparatus. 
2,128,117 ; Aug. 23. 

Brabb<^e, Charles W., Tuckahoe, and B. Goerg, Bronxville, 
assignors to American Radiator Company, New York, 
N. Y. Boiler. 2,141,123 ; Dec. 20. 

Brabender, George J., Wausau, assignor to Marathon 
Paper Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Wrapping 
paper. 2,117,237 ; May 10. 

Brace, Edwin T., Springfield, Ohio. Ice cream freezer. 
2,116.924; May 10. 

Brace, Kemper P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Absorber type refrig- 
erating system with holler feed. 2,123,708 ; July 12. 

Brace, Kemper P.. South Bend, Ind., assignor to Inter- 
national Engineering Corporation, Chicago, 111. Con- 
trol. 2,106,450; Jan. 25. 

Brace, Kemper P., and R. B. P. Crawford, Washington, 
D. C. Jet refrigerating system with osmotic pump. 
2,104,847; Jan. 11. 

Brace, Kemper P.. and R. B. P. Crawford, Washington. 
D. C. Circulating fiuid.s. 2,116,958; May 10. 



Brace, Kemper P., and R. B. P. Crawford, Washington, 
D. C. Air conditioning system. 2,120,883; June 14. 

Brace, Kemper P., and R. B. P. Crawford, Washington, 
D. C. Reversed cycle heating system. 2,135,742 ; 
Nov. 8. 

Brace, Porter H. (See Keyes, J. J., and Brace.) 

Bracewell, Russell S., South Hadley, Mass. Method and 
apparatus for coating paper and the like. 2,120,060 ; 
Sept. 13. 

Brach, Leon S., East Orange, N. J. Attachment plug. 
2,112,137; Mar. 22. 

Brach, Leon S., East Orange, N. J. Over-voltage pro- 
tective device. 2,124,364 ; July 19. 

Brack, Paul G., SomervlUe, Mass. Fire alarm signaling 
system. 2,111,237 • Mar. 15. 

Bracke, Robert F., Chicago, 111. Fuel feeding system. 
2,131,036 ; Sept. 27. 

Bracke, Robert F., Cuicago, 111. Carburetor. 2,138,020 
Nov. 29. 

Bracke, Robert F., Chicago, 111. Carburetor. 2,138,590 
Nov. 29. 

Bracke, Robert F., Chicago, 111. Carburetor. 2,138,591 
Nov. 29. 

Bracke, Robert F., Chicago, 111. Carburetor. 2,138,592 
Nov. 29. 

Bracken, Wallace H., Milton Point, Rye, N. Y., assignor to 
Hartmann Trunk Company, Racine, Wis. Garment con- 
tainer necktie rack. 2,129,905 ; Sept. 13. 

Bracken, Wallace H., Rye, N. Y., assignor to Hartmann 
Trunk Company, Racine, Wis. Container closure flap. 
2,136,669 ; Nov. 15. 

Brackenbury, Aloyslus G., London, England, assignor to 
The Westlnghouse Air Brake Company, Wllmerding, 
Pa. Slack adjuster. 2,132,934 ; Oct. 11. 

Brackensey, Auguste H., assignor of one-half to The 
Franco-British Electrical Company Limited, London, 
England. Control of electric discharge tubes 
2,138,335 ; Nov. 29. 

Brackett, Clare L. (See Stoll, Albert, assignor.) 

Brackett, Fred M. (See Daneke, Dietrich, assignor.) 

Brackett, Frederick S., Chevy Chase, Md., assignor to 
Research Corporation, New York, N. Y. Light project- 
ing system. 2.131,852 ; Oct. 4. 

Brackett, Newell, Philadelphia, Pa. Dry graphite lubri- 
cated fabric packing. 2,134,324 ; Oct. 25. 

Brackett, Tracy F., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Sanding machine. 2,108,193 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Bradbury, Albert W., Cliftondale, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Shoe and outsole therefor. 2,114,700 ; Apr. 19. 

Bradbury, Albert W., Cliftondale, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Shoe. 2,128,282; Aug. 30. 

Bradbyer, Myron W., Hammond, Ind. Building block 
mold and forming faced building units. 2,124,759 ; 
July 26. 

Braden, Elmer A., Springfield, 111. Metallic truss beam 
and joint therefor. 2,136,071 ; Nov. 8. 

Braden, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic fidelity control 
circuit. 2,104,788 ; Jan. 11. 

Braden, Rene A., Colllneswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electric discharge tube. 
2,108,880 ; Feb. 22. 

Braden, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. High frequency amplifier. 
2,112,065 ; Mar. 22. 

Braden, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio receiving system for 
microwaves. 2,112,822 ; Apr. 5. 

Braden, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic fidelity control cir- 
cuits. 2,113,395 ; Apr. 5. 

Braden, Rene A., New York, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Tuned radio frequency am- 
plifier. 2,115,694; Apr. 26. 

Braden, William C., assignor of one-half to T. S. Pates, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Variable speed transmission. 
2,135,274 ; Nov. 1. 

Bradfield, George K., Jr., Hackensack, N. J,, assignor to 
American Car and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y 
Reclining seat mechanism. 2.112.265 ; Jlar. 29 

Bradfield, George K., Jr., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to 
American Car and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y 
Locking mechanism for Venetian blinds. 2,115.796 • 
May 3. 

Bradford, Clyde, and O. T. Scollon, Saint Benedict, as- 
signors to R. Peale, Clearfield, Pa., W. S. Davies, New 
York, N. Y., and W. B. Oakes, Rutherford, N. J., as 
trustees. Mechanism for separating intermixed di- 
vided materials. 2,104,922 ; Jan. 11. 

Bradford Dyers' Association, Limited. (See Bowen, H. 
H., and Majerus, assignors.) 

Bradford, Frederick H., La Grange, 111. Feed water con- 
trol. 2,138,903 ; Dec. 6. 

Bradford, L. C, et al. (See Johnston, Clarence S., as- 
signor.) 

Bradford. Raymond C, H.Tniden. Conn., assignor to Amer- 
ican Telephone and Telegraph Company. Combined 
tolpphone .nnd fire alarm system. 2.121,282 ; June 21. 

Bradford, William D., assignor to Barium Stainless Steel 
Corporation, Canton, Ohio. Furnace. 2,137,892 ; Nov. 
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Bradie, Alexander R. (See Hosking, H. J., and Bradie.) 
Brading, Thomas H., et al. (See Montambo, Samuel T.) 
Bradley, Albert P\, assignor to Northwestern Barb Wire 
Company, Sterling, 111. Apparatus for making wire 
products. 2,107,745 ; Feb. 8. 
Bradley, Albert F., assignor to Northwestern Barb Wire 
Company, Sterling, 111. Bale tie package. 2,124,503 ; 
July 19. 
Bradley, Charles H. (See Howie, A., and Bradley, as- 
signors.) 
Bradley, Francois C, Union, Miss. Eyeglass repair device. 

2,124,903; July 26. 
Bradley, Eric H., Spring Lake, Mich., and W. H. D. Brouse, 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, assignors to John Wood 
Manufacturing Company, Inc., Conshohocken, Pa. 

Housing for liquid dispensing apparatus. 2,141,124 ; 

Dec. 20. 
Bradley, Fred J. (See Willers, Carl J. W., assignor.) 
I'.radlev, Frederick W. (See Gravesen, Carl C, assignor.) 
Bradley, Guy H. (See Klopsch, O. Z., and Bradley.) 
Bradley, Guy H., Royal Oak, and G. E. Clifford, as- 
signors to Wolverine Tube Company, Detroit, Mich. 

Plug for drawing tubes. 2,139,539 ; Dec. 6. 
Bradley, John J., Cranford, N. J., assignor to E. I. du Pont 

de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Submerged 

centrifugal pump. 2,138,997 ; Dec. 6. 
Bradley, Leo C. (See Skinner, C. D., and Bradley.) 
Bradley, Milton, Company. (See Fiondella, Jean A., 

assignor.) 
Bradley, Raymond. (See Phelps, G. W., Bradley, and 

Pierie, assignors.) 
Bradley, Richard C, Brooklyn, assignor to Reconstruction 

Finance Corporation, New York, N. Y. Register with 

preset trip mechanism. 2,137,013 ; Nov. 15. 
Bradley, Robert A., St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. 

•Culvert. 2,115,190; Apr. 26. 
Bradley, Vaughn A. (See Wagner, Frank C, assignor.) 
Bradley Washfountain Company. (See Mullett, Howard 

A., assignor.) 
Bradner, Donald B., assignor to The Champion Paper 

and Fibre Company, Hamilton, Ohio. Method of and 

machine for drying or conditioning webs of paper and 

the like. 2,130,665 ; Sept. 20. 
Bradshaw, Charles E., assignor of one-third to C. Martin. 

Wellville, Va. Fifth wheel construction for trailers. 

2,129,989 : Sept. 13. 
Bradshaw, Charles B., assignor of one-third to C. Martin, 

Wellville, Va. Trailer construction. 2,134,595 ; Oct. 

25. 
Bradshaw, Edwin G., assignor to Wells-Gardner & Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Dial tuning device. 2,130,836 ; 

Sept. 20. 
Bradshaw, Hamilton, assignor to E. I. du Pont de 

Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Stabilization 

of animal and vegetable fats and oils. 2,104,070 ; 

Jan. 4. 
Bradshaw, James B. (See Erickson, Prentis E., assignor.) 
Bradshaw, Robert S., et al. (See Jacobson, James H., 

assignor.) 
Bradshaw, Russell R., assignor to The Dow Chemical 

Company, Midland, Mich. Cellulose ether purification. 

2,104,017; Jan. 4. 
Bradshaw, Russell R., assignor to The Dow Chemical 

Company, Midland, Midi. Purification of cellulose 

ethers. 2,118,663 ; May 24. 
Bradshaw, Russell R., assignor to The Dow Chemical 

Company, Midland, Mich. Cellulose ether purification. 

2,118,664; May 24. 
Bradshaw, William M., Summit, N. J., and E. G. Johans- 
son, Watertown, Mass., assifjnors of one-half to West- 

inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 

Pittsburgh, Pa., and one-half to The Palmer Electric & 

Manufacturing Company, Walthara, Mass. Watthour 

meter. 1>.1 18..'-)S7 ; May 24. 
Bradt, Charles 11., Groton, assignor to L. C. Smith & 

(!orona Tyi)('writerH, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y, Duplicating 

machine. 2,128,283 ; Aug. 30. 
nra<lt. (;iiarl<'s 11., and W. J. Iliggins, Groton, nssigiiorH 

to iy. (;. Sniilli & (.'oron.'i Typcwrilers, Inc., Syracuse, 

N. y. Toggle stop device. 2,137,263; Nov. 22. 
ItiadI, Harry, et al. (See La Lon<l<', Mos<'H, asHignor.) 
linidwell, Robert If., aHsignor to Polly Prentiss, Inc., 

Siunler, S. ('.. Machine for producing spaced groups 

of tuftH on fabric. 2,104,634 ; Jan. 4. 
llrady, (,'liarleH V.. Wel)Ht("r Groves, assignor to BenilN 

r,ro. l!:ig (,'o., ,St. Louis, Mo. Laminated material. 

2,106,867 ; I'VI). 1. 
Bradv, CharlcH V. (S<'e Young, C. T., and Brady.) 
Bradv, David It., Detroit, Mich. Shoe lltllng Indicator. 

2,126,608 ; Aug. !>. 
Brady, Frank C., Chicago, III. Stereopdcon slide and 

projection apparaluH therefor. 2.108,814 ; l''i'b. 22, 
Itriidy, li'raiik W., asHlgnor to Wcsco MacliliK-ry Manu- 
facturing Co., San FianclHco, (,'allf. Icing conlaliierH. 

2,123,878 ; .(uly II). 
Itradv. Mfiilll K.. Klrkwood, N. J. Draft rcgulalor. 

2,i:!ri.803 ; Oct. 18. 
Itrady, Myrl W., 'Parentuni, Pa. Axle iNiuHliig and wheel 

allgiiMK'Mt gauge. 2,108.743 ; Feb. 15. 
linidy, Wllllaiii N. (.See ItuclulcHcliel, V). (",j and llniily.) 
Itiagg. Alfreil <)., .lerKi'y Clly, aH.<lgnor to Kueliiie Clieni 

Iral <'oiupaiiy, Kll/.alietli, N. J. Illeaclilng celluloMe, 

2.1 11). 510 ; June 7. 



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Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, 
2,126,945 ; Aug. 16. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., assignor to Bragg- 
Kliesrath Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Clutch con- 
trolling mechanism. 2,104,731 ; Jan. 11. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., and V. W. Kliesrath, 
Port Washington, assignors to Bragg-Kliesrath Corpora- 
tion, Long Island City, N. Y. Clutch control mecha- 
nism. 2,109,099 ; Feb. 22. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., and V. W. Kliesrath, 
South Bend, Ind. Brake. 2,134,502; Oct. 25. 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Bragg, Caleb S., as- 
signor.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Bragg, C. S., and 
Kliesrath, assignors.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Pike, Henry L., as- 
signor. ) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Kliesrath, Victor W , 
assignor.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Kliesrath, V. W., and 
Sanford, assignors.) 

Bragulat, Jose M. (See Bardaji, Teodoro B., assignor.) 

Brahin, Herman. (See Raiziss, G. W., and Brahin.) 

Brailsford, Joseph D. (See Rust, N. M., and Brailsford.) 

Brailsford, Joseph D., London, England, as.signor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Cathode heating circuits 
2,139.716 ; Dec. 13. 

Brainard, Frank W., et al. (See Crum, Roland R., as- 
signor. ) 

Brainard, George C, assignor to The General Fireproof- 
ing Company, Youngstown, Ohio. Card index panel 
and card carrier combination. 2,124,904 ; July 26 

Brainard, Seymour W. (See Lewis, E. v., and Brainard ) 

Braker. William. (See Lett, W. A., and Braker ) 

Braman, Verne T. (See Caldwell, R. H., and Braman.) 

Brame, Allen J., assignor to Dalmo Sales Corporation, San 
Francisco, Calif. Release and holder for hair curlers 
2,112,138; Mar. 22. 

Bramer, John R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Advertising or dis- 
play apparatus. 2,135,207 ; Nov. 1. 

Brammer, Frederick G., North Olnistead, Ohio. Protec- 
tion from marine parasites. 2,138,831 ; Dec 6 

Bramnick, Jacob M., Philadelphia, Pa. Net canopy for 
baby carrigaes. 2,129,080 ; Sept. 6. 

Bramsen. Svend, and F. Wahlin. assignor to Binks Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Spray gun for sprav- 
ing fabrics. 2,107,686 ; Feb. 8. " 

Bramsen, Svend, and F. Wahlin, assignors to Binks Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, III. S p r a v gun 
2,107,726 ; Feb. 8. f . b 

Branch, James S., Lacrosse. Wash. Three-drill iractor 

hitch. 2,142,016: Dec. 27. 
P.rancli, Leslie E. T. (See Albrecht, Hermann F., and 

Itranch.) 
Branch, Leslie W., Hilo, Hawaii. Two-way telephone 

repeater. 2,118,697 ; May 24. 
Brand, Albert, Jiunich, Germany. Ampule. 2.127,203 ; 

Aug. 16. 
Brand, G. Douglas. (See Ryan, Maurice L., assignor.) 
Brand, Horace L., Chicago, 111. Fluid dispensing appa- 
ratus and observing means therefor. 2,114,520; Apr 

19. 
Brand, Josef, Duisburg-IIamborn. Germany. Elastic pipe 

connection for low tension working pressure or vacuum. 

2.n2,2(;(; ; ]\Iar. 2!). 
Brand, Samuel, Binghamton, assignor to International 

Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Chock 

sorting machine with card punching attachment. 

2,131,012; Oct. 4. 
Brand, Samuel. (See Fuller, F. I,., and Brand.) 
Brand, Smart. (See Bachelet, .\. K., and Brand.) 
Brand, William T., Mitchell, Nebr. Device for melting 

honey cappinga. 2.111,748 ; Mar. 22. 
P.r.iiid, William T.. Mitchell, Nebr. Honey uncapping nin- 

chine. 2.130,298 ; Dee. 6. 
Brandaleone, Rose, et nl. (See Woodruff, Byron C, as 

signer.) 
Hniiulegee, Morris M., Plalnfield, and C. E. Ileinmlngor. 

Westlleld, N. J., assignors to Combustion lUilltii-s Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Gas making apparatus. 

2,131.696; Sept. 27. 
Brandel, Louis P., et al. (See Plury, WlUlnni J., as 

signer.) 
Hraiidcnburg, Harry .T., Glendorn. ns.slgnor of slxtv-flvo 

per ciMit to F. E. Wood, W. G. Carlter. J. II. Seem. 

and W. J. Bailey. Monrovia, Calif. Transverse fruit 

lirunher. Re. 20,861 ; Sent. 20. 
r.randeiiliurg. Julius. Now York, N. Y. Foldliic chair, 

2,I37.7!>'.> : Nov. 22. 
Ilr.'indi'iiberger, Ja<iues E.. Bezonfi. France. a.'Jslgnor, bv 

mesne aN.ilgnmi'iit.i. to 10. I. du Pont ile NeinourH it 

Company. \\llmlm;ton. Del. .Arllllelal cellulosle tubu 

lar Ntrneture. 2.i;!,S.r)6S ; Nov. 29. 
Itniude.x. Dedrlel; II., White rialns. N. V. Position signal- 

lug clevl.e. '.', i:i{).26() ; Se))!. 13, 
Ilr.MiidJord. Tver M.. Helena. Mont. Hulldlng constnirllon 

2,1 I0,7.S7 ; Mar. S. 
ItraiKll, .\llierl G , Clm-lnnatl. Ohio. Phologralihle nrliil 

waHher 2,111.1(12: D.t 27. 
Ilraiidl. David (!., WeHtlleld. aKslgnor, liv niOHne aHxIgn- 

menlH. to Power I'atenlH Company, JerRov City, N. J. 

ProrcHN mid appMratUN for preoKure dim Ilia tio'ii He 

20.t»ni ; Deo. 20 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Brandt, David G., Westfield, assignor to Power Patents 
Company, Hillside, N. J. Cracking gasoline. 2,108,762 ; 
Feb. 15. 



assignor to Power Patents 
Craclclng of petroleum oil. 



Brandt, David G., Westfield, 
Company, Hillside, N. J. 
2,111,354; Mar. 15. 

Brandt, David G., Westfield, assignor to Power Patents 
Companv, Hillside, N. J. Removing asphalt from as- 
phalt base oils. 2,121,517 ; June 21. 

Brandt, Edgar. (See Schenlj, Edouard H., assignor.) 

Brandt, Edgar W., Paris, France, assignor to Sageb, 
Society Anonyme de Gestion et d'Exploitatlon de 
Brevets, Fribourg, Switzerland. Projectile for smooth 
bore weapons. 2,113,313 ; Apr. 5. 

Brandt, Edgar W., Paris, France, assignor to Sageb, 
Societe Anonyme de Gestion et d'Exploitatlon de 
Brevets, Fribourg, Switzerland. Projectile. 2,115,608 ; 
Apr. 26. 

Brandt, Francis L., Wakefield, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Attach- 
ing heels to shoes. 2,110,948 ; Mar. 15. 

Brandt, Francis L., Wakefield, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine 
for operating upon the heel-portions of shoes. 
2,110,949 ; Mar. 15. 

Brandt, Francis L., Wakefield, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe 
and manufacturing the same. 2,114,993 ; Apr. 26. 

Brandt, Francis L., Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel- 
attaching machine. 2,135.656 ; Nov. 8. 

Brandt, Geoige T., Los Angeles, Calif. Cigarette snuff- 
out holder. 2.122,713 ; July 5. 

Brandt, Harry E., and A. Sorensen, assignors to Dobbins 
Manufacturing Company, North St. Paul, Minn. Hand 
operated seeder. 2,123,450 ; July 12. 

Brandt, Henry E., North St. Paul, Minn. Spraying ap- 
paratus. 2,111,961 ; Mar. 22. 

Brandt, John, assignor to Salerno Machinery Company, 
Chicago, 111. Mechanism for depositing confections on 
wafers. 2,115,799 ; May 3. 

Brandt, John, assignor to Salerno Machinery Company, 
Chicago. Ul. Conveyer for feeding trays. 2,139,877 ; 
Dec. 13. 

Brandt. John W., and A. J. Linder, assignors to The 
Troxel Manufacturing Company, Elyria, Ohio. Cycle 
saddle. 2,107,561 ; Feb. 8. 

Brandt, Robert J., Los Angeles, Calif. Electrode release 
for arc lamps. 2,122,195 ; June 28. 

Brandt, Thomas F., Barberton, assignor to 
Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. Pothead. 
May 17. 

Brandt, Thomas F., Barberton, assignor to 
Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. Pothead. 
May 17. 

Brandt, Thomas F., Barberton, assignor to The Ohio 
Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
2,135,321 ; Nov. 1. 

Brandt. William A., assignor to D. C. 
Minn. Container. 2,139,326 ; Dec. 6. 

Brandt jen and Kluge, Inc. (See Kluge, Abel and E., 
assignors.) 

Brandweln, A., & Co. (See Schindler, Frank N., as- 
signor.) 

Brandwein, Edward G., assignor to Crystal Tube Mfg. Co., 
Chicago, 111. Container for cigars or the like. 
2,106,475 ; Jan. 25. 

Brandwood, John, Birkdale, Southport, England. Pro- 
duction of folded textile threads. 2,137,264 ; Nov. 22. 

Brandwood, Joseph, Southport, England. Treatment of 
Textile materials. 2,127,638 ; Aug. 23. 

Bransky, David \V.. assignor to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Apparatus for concentrating sulphuric 
acid. 2.140,070 ; Dec. 13. 

Brant, Gilbert W., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Companv, Wilmington, Del. Purifi- 
cation of glycerol. 2,120.227 ; June 14. 

Palisades Park, N. J., assignor to 
Inc. Lock construction. 2,135,322 ; 



The Ohio 

2.117.696 ; 

The Ohio 

2.117.697 ; 



High current bushing. 
Shepard, St. Paul, 



Palisades Park, N. J., assignor to 
Inc. Lock construction. 2,135,323 ; 



Brantingson, Sigurd 
Francis Keil & Son, 
Nov. 1. 

Brantingson, Sigurd, 
Francis Keil & Son 
Nov. 1. 

Brantly, John E., Birmingham, Ala., assignor to Drilling 
and Exploration Companv. Inc., Dover, Del. Control 
apparatus for drilling wells. 2,133,016; Oct. 11. 

Brantly, John E., Avenal, Calif., and J. M. Shinier, as- 
signors to Oil Well Supply Company, Dallas, Tex. 
Rotary well drilling unit. 2,115,297; Apr. 26. 

Brantly, John E., Avenal, Calif., and J. M. Shimer, 
assignors to Oil Well Supply Company, Dallas, Tex. 
Rotary drilling apparatus. 2,133,017 ; Oct. 11, 

Branune, Carl, Worcester, Mass., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. Appara- 
tus for automatically loading and unloading aerial 
conveyers. 2,141,125 ; Dec. 20. 

Braren, Cornelius I. (See Kimball, W. D., and Braren.) 

Braren, Cornelius I. (See Kimball, W. D., Braren, and 
Schaefer. ) 

Brasco Manufacturing Company. (See Bosshard, John J., 
assig-'or. ) 

Brase, George, North Fork, Calif. Device for opening 
garage doors. 2,124,342 ; July 19. 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Sirian 
I^amp Company, Newark, N. J. Incandescent electric 
lamp. 2,106,689 ; Jan. 25. 



Brasher, William P., assignor of four-ninths to G. Jowitt 
and one-ninth to R. S. Cohen, Augusta, Ga. Hydraulic 
scale. 2,109,460 ; Mar. 1. 

Brassart, Otto. (See Heimsch, K. D., and Brassart.) 

Brassert, H. A., & Company. (See Boynton, Arthur J., 
assignor.) 

Brassert, H. A., & Company. (See Kinney, S. P., and 
Dougan, assignors.) 

Brassert, H. A., & Co. Limited. (See Rochling. H., and 
Johannsen, assignors.) 

Bratasianu, Constantin P., Craiova, Rumania. Manufac- 
turing cast iron and other materials. 2,124,905 ; July 
26. 

Bratasianu, Constantin P., Craiova, Rumania. Special 
retort and apparatus for refining raw materials in sol- 
id, liquid, vapor, and gaseous form. 2,138,321 ; Nov. 
29. 

Brate, Charlotte, Albany, N. Y. Stationery. 2,114,130 ; 
Apr. 12. 

Bratring, Kurt, Berlin, Germany, assignor to Interna- 
tional Containers Limited, London, England. Process 
and apparatus for the production of hollow bodies from 
cellulose product and other plastic masses. 2,114,794 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Bratt, Donald, Goteborg, Sweden. Lock nut. 2,127,153 ; 
Aug. 16. 

Brattain, Paul L., Azusa, Calif. Self locking bumper 
coupling. 2,127,387 ; Aug. 16. 

Bratten, Phillip M., Fort Worth, Tex., assignor to Gen- 
eral Motors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Refrigerating 
apparatus. 2,104,711 ; Jan. 4. 

Bratton, Ulysses S., Jr. (See Brintnall, Frank W., as- 
signor.) 

Bratz, Otto J., Adrian, Mich., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Chain & Cable Company, Inc. 
Providing stranded structures with fittings. 2,137,712 ; 
Nov. 22. 

Brauer, Arthur J. (See Wagner, Frederick P., assignor.) 

Brauer, Herman G., Polk, Nebr. Burial vault. 2,110,788 ; 
Mar. 8. 

Brauer, Oscar P., Lakewood, assignor to The Cleveland 
Shopping News Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Loading 
apparatus. 2.139,667 ; Dec. 13. 

Brauer, Ralph H. (See Colee, Donald D., assignor.) 

Brauer, Walter, Oklahoma Citv, Olcla. Drilling control 
mechanism. 2,117,078 ; May 10. 

Braun, Alfred, assignor to Felten & Guilloaume Carlswerk 
Actien-Gesellschaft, Cologne-Mulheim, Germany. Dis- 
tance holder for electric signaling cables. 2,109,817 ; 
Mar. 1. 

Braun, Carl, Inc. (See Williams, Lester J., assignor.) 

Braun, Edmund R., Elmwood Park, 111. Card holder. 
2,124,025; July 19. 

Braun, Frank I. (See Holston, William H., assignor.) 

Braun, Geza, assignor to Standard Brands Incorporated. 
New York, N. Y. Processes of obtainment of the lactam 
of glutamic acid. 2,112,329 ; Mar. 29. 

Braun, Gustav F. (See Langley, S. G., Braun, and 
Smith.) 

Braun, .John L., Tonawanda, and K. S. Shickluna, as- 
signors of one-third to F. C. Bonti, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Traffic signal. 2,107,930 ; Feb. 8. 

Braun, Karl. (See Will, Curt.) 

Braun, Karl J., Ridgewood, assignor to Remington Rand 
Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Multicontact plug. 2,124,182 ; 
July 19. 

Braun, Matthaus, Frankfort-on-the-JIaiu, Germany. Cop- 
pering of seamless tubes. 2,121,393 ; June 21. 

Braun, Matthaus. Frankfort-on-the-JIain, Germany. 
Method of and furnace for coating pipes with metal. 
2,141,163; Dec. 27. 

Braun, Oskar. (See Paquin, M., and Braun.) 

Braun, Philip N., and E. Davis, assignors to The Pros- 
perity Company Inc.. Svracuse, N. Y. Garment or 
ironing press. 2,105,938 ; Jan. 18. 

Braun, Simon, New Rochelle, N. Y. Upholsterer's spring. 
2,125,987 ; Aug. 9. 

Braun, Sylvan, and F. P. Hess, assignors to The Enter- 
prise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Pood chopper. 2,106,626 ; Jan. 25. 

Braun. William F. H., Wynnewood, assignor to Pennsyl- 
vania Lawn Mower Works, Primes, Pa. Lawn mower. 
2,119,874; June 7. 

Braune, Carl, Worcester, Mass., and E. J. Reardon, East 
Haven, Conn., assignors to The American Steel and 
Wire Company of New Jersey. Tractor type carriage. 
2,132,558; Oct. 11. 

Brauning, Karl A. (See Lowe, C. B., and Brauning.) 

Brauning, Karl A., assignor to The Yale & Towne Mfg. 
Co., Stamford, Conn. Lock. 2,112,982 ; Apr. 5. 

Braunschweig. Fred, Milton Junction, assignor to W. 
Tripke. IMilton Township, Wis. Teeter totter. 
2,109.897 ; Mar. 1. 

Braunsdorf, Otto. (See Eckert, W., and Braunsdorf.) 

Braunschweiger, Paul G., assignor to The Troy Sunshade 
Company, Troy, Ohio. Umbrella. 2.130,294 ; Sept. 13. 

Brautigam. Otto G., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to 
Pneumatic Scale Corporation, Limited, Quincy, Mass. 
Labeling machine. 2,122,554 ; July 5. 

Braverman, Shelley, assignor to Continental Research 
Corporation, Flushing, N. Y. Comb. 2,119,939 ; 
June 7. 

Bravi, Eugenio, assignor to Societfi. An. Finanziaria 
Fiammiferi ed Affinl, Milan, Italy. Manufacture of 
match books. 2,117,281 ; May 17. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Sol- 
vent extraction ot oils. 2,106,2.34 ; Jan. 2^0. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. In- 
secticides and spray oils. 2411,581 ; Mar. 22. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. De- 
wa.xing oils. 2,119,733 ; June 7. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los, Angeles, Calif. Sol- 
vent extraction of oil. 2,120,209 ; June 7. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Emul- 
sion and producing same. 2,130,535 ; Sept. 20. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, and M. S. Reynolds, 
San Pedro, assignors to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles, Calif. Method and apparatus for 
coating and protecting metallic objects such as pipes, 
tanljs, and the like from corrosion or other injury. 
2,135,208; Nov. 1. 

Bray, Ulric B., and L. B. Beckwith, Palos Verdes Estates, 
assignors to Union Oil Company of California, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Emulsion and producing the same. 
2,137,226 ; Nov. 22. 

Bray, William N., Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe Macliinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heating 
apparatus suitable for use in shoemaking. 2,107,305 ; 
l^eb. 8. 

Bray, William N., Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Sole 
machine. 2,134,100; Oct. 25. 

Bray, William N. (See Ricks. F., and Bray.) 

Brayer Brothers Construction Corporation. ' (See Brayer, 
Edward H., assignor.) 

Bra.yer, Edward PL, assignor to Brayer Brothers Con- 
struction Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Meter. 2,116,777 ; 
May 10. 

Brayer. Edward IT., assignor to Brayer Brothers Con- 
.struction Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Metering appa- 
ratus. 2,110.778; May 10. 

Brayton, Harold M., Westfield, N. J. Bomb nose fuse. 
2,131,037; Sept. 27. 

Brazel, Frank W., Detroit, Mich. Roller skate. 
2,137,330; Nov. 22. 

Brazell, John J., Baldwinsville, and C. A. Brosnan, 
Worcester, assignors to E. L. Thompson Chair Corpo- 
ration, Baldwinsville, Mass. Tray fastening device. 
2,108,472 ; Feb. 15. - 

Breackevelt, Julius, Elkhart, Ind., assignor to The Adlako 
Company, Chicago, 111. Panel mounting. 2,120,107; 
Aug. 9. 

Brearley Company, The. (See Benedict, Erwin E., as- 
signor.) 

Brecht, Friedrich L., San Francisco, Calif. Dental bridge 
lock. 2.127,285 ; Aug. 16. 

Brecht, Winston A., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Railway locomotive. 2,128,072 ; Aug. 23. 

Breck, Gertrude O., Springfield, Mass. Bib. 2,114,589 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Breckcnridge, Francis C, Washington, D. C. Airplane 
running light. 2,121,783; June 28. 

Bredereck, Ilellmut, Leipzig, assignor to G. Hcnning, 
Chcm. pluuni. Wcrk <i. in. b. II., Borlin-Toinpeltiof, 
Gernianv. Miinufactur(> of nucleosides by fermentation. 
2,l:50,()«l ; Sept. I.'!. 

Bredouw, Homer L., Kansas City, Mo. Sounding appara- 
tus. 2,1,34,025: Oct. 25. 

Br('dlfichnold(!r, VValter, Berlin, Germany. Indirect gen- 
erating of sui)orhoated steam. 2,107,101 ; Fel). 1. 

I'.i'ced, Cliai'li'K W.. Wcslern Hpring.s, ;in(l G. R. Biuk- 
liardt, Chicago, 111. Adjustable rail brace. 2,139,930; 
Dec 13. 

I'.roedlove, Harry B., Memphis, Tenn. Suiipresslng inter- 
ference in T-adio I'cci'pt ion. 2,101,0.15; .I:in. 4. 

Itreelcr, Waller it., Troy, assignor Id Liidlimi Steel Co., 
Walervllel, N. Y. Alloy. 2,127,245; Aug. 10. 

Brcci-, Carl, (Irossc I'ointo Park, as.slgnor lo Clirysler 
Coriior.'ilioii, Highland Park, Mich. Weatherstrip. 
2,121,854 ; June 28. 

Breer, (,'arl, Grosse T>olnte Park, assignor to Chrysler 
(Jorpoi-al Ion, Highland Park, Mich. Velilcic body clo- 
ment. 2.127,323; Aug. 10. 

IJrecr, Carl, Giohmc! roliil<> Park, nsHignor to (Jhrysler 
CorpiM-ation, Dclroll, Midi. I'owiT transnilssion. 
-M 39,7 I 7 ; Dec, i:',. 

Itrccr, Carl, assignor to (Mirvsler Corporal loii, Detroit. 
Mich, ("hilch. 2.I3:!,4I» ; Oct. 18. 

Breer, Carl, (Irossr' I'olnle I'ark, A. (!. nerreshofT. GroHse 
I'olnle Village, <), H. Clark Di'lrolt, and It, Cadwal- 
ladi-r, asHlgmirH lo Cliryslci- (Orijorntlnn, Illgliliind I'ark, 
Mich, Mi.lor vi'hlclc body, 2,113,075; Apr, 5. 

Brecr, Carl. GrosHc I'oliHc I'ntk, A, G. I IcniHlKifr, (iroHHO 
I'olnle Village (). II, Clark, Delroll, and It, Cmlwallii(1er, 
asHlgiKMH lo ChryHlcr Corporallon, lIlglilMnd Park, Mich. 
Motor vehlcli- body. 2,115,903; May 3. 

llrcer, Carl, <JroHHi' I'oliilc I'arli. G, ( ', <;(iiiili', Miriiiingliaiii, 
and V. \V. Slicriiian, asMlginirH, l>y iiicniu' nMNlgiiiiii'nlN. 
of one half lo CbiyHler Coriioial Imi, Delroll. Mich,, and 
one linlf lo WeHllngliouHi- iOleclrlc .1 MaiMifaciurltm 
c;onipany, Iilawl I'll iHliurgli, I'M. Vchlcli' electric power 
Hiipply HyHlerii, '-',117.111 : May H) 



Breerwood, Charles H., Narberth, Pa., assignor to Separa- 
tion Process Company. Flotation of carbonaceous ores. 
2,130,574; Sept. 20. 

Breese, James L., Jr., Santa Fe, N. Mex. Oil burning 
appliance. 2,134,297 : Oct. 25. 

Breese, Robert P., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion, South Bend, Ind. Clutch control mechanism, 
2,134,503 ; Oct. 25. 

Breeze Corporation. (See Mascuch, Joseph J., assignor.) 

Breeze Corporation, Inc. (See Billig, Jacob and P. J., 
assignors.) 

Breeze Corporation, Inc. (See Gardner, Frank G., as- 
signor.) 

Bregman, Harry, assignor to The Steel Stamping Com- 
pany, Lorain, Ohio. Vehicle. 2,115,609 ; Apr. 26. 

Bregman, Sophia, et al. (See Woodruff, Byron C, as- 
signor.) 

Breguet, Louis, assignor to Societe Anonyme des Ateliers 
dAviation Louis Brteuet, Paris, France. Gyroplane. 
2.122,928 ; July 5. 

Brehm, Paul H., Kent, Ohio, assignor to Automatic Drive 
Transmission Company, Gloucester City, N. J. -Auto- 
matic clutch. 2,141,164 ; Dec. 27. 

Breidenbach, Walter A., St. Louis, Mo. Cutting tool. 
2,109,686; Mar. 1. 

Breidenbaugh, Christian P. (See Turner, J. F., and 
Breidenbaugh.) 

Breinlinger, Karl H. (See Weinlich, H. A., and Brein- 
linger.) 

Brelsford, Harry E. (See Howse, C. L., Brelsford, Cox, 
and Thomas.) 

Breitenstein, Albert F., assignor to The Geometric Tool 
Company, New Haven, Conn. Chaser-holder for thread- 
cutting tools. 2,119,984 ; June 7. 

Breitenstein, Albert F., assignor to The Geometric Tool 
Company, New Haven, Conn. Automatic-releasing 
thread-cutting tool. 2,135,067 ; Nov. 1. 

Breitenstein, Charles J., assignor to R. T. Moloney, Chi- 
cago, III. Jamproof check ejector. 2,132,229 ; Oct. 4, 

Breitenstein, Herbert G., assignor to R. T. Moloney, Chi- 
cago, 111. Game. 2,109,410 ; Feb. 22. 

Breitenstein, Herbert G., assignor to R. T, Moloney, Chi- 
cago, 111. Ball rolling game. 2,123,823 ; July 12. 

Breitenstein, Victor W., assignor to Illinois Testing 
Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, 111. Thermal controlling 
device. 2,138,593 ; Nov. 29. 

Breitling, Ernst. (See Lehmann, K. A., and Breitling.) 

Breitling, Ernst, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany, assignor to 
The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Cash registers, accounting and the like machines. 
2,109,309 ; Feb. 22. 

Breitling, Ernst, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany, assignor to 
The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Totalizer engagement control device. 2,119,841 ; 
Juno 7. 

Breitling, Ernst, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany, assignor to 
The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio, 
Cash register, accounting, and the like machine. 
2.130.718 ; Dec. 13. 

Breitling, Ernst, Berlin, Germany, assignor to Tlie Na- 
tional Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. Cash reg- 
ister. 2,111,909 ; Mar. 22. 

Breitling, JCrnst. Berlin, (Jermany, assignor to The Na- 
tional Cash Rcf^ister Company, Dayton, Ohio. Cnsli 
register, accounting, and the like machines. 2,110,779 ; 
May 10. 

Breitling, Ernst, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Oorinany, assignor 
by mesne assignments, to The National Casli Register 
Co., Dayton, Ohio. Bookkeeping niachine. 2,rJ0..'>90; 
.Tune 14. 

Breitling, Ernst, Berlin-Tempelhof, and J. Patzelt, Berlin, 
Germany, assignors to The National Cash Register 
Company, Davton, Ohio. Cash register, accounting, and 
the like niach'ine. 2,110,903; Mar. 15. 

Bieilliiig, i;riisl, and i;, \\ .■ijiiiei-. Berlin. Germany, as 
signor.s to The National Cash Itegister Company, Day- 
ton, Ohio. Cash register. 2,1.39.719; Dec, i;!, 

Breitinann, Leo S., Paris, I'^rance, assignor to Pyrene 
IMaiuifacturing ("ompaiiv, Newark, N. J. Fluid con 
laiiier, 2,109,900 ; Mar. 1. 

Brelsford, llnirv 10, (See llowse. C, T,.. and Brelsford.) 

Brelsford, llarr,v 10. (See Snow, N, L., Thomas, llrelsforil, 
lldwse. Mild Iiowi>rs,) 

Brelsford, James It., and J. M. Roth, Dayton, Ohio, Ro- 
tary pump bladiv 2,121.539; July 2tl. 

Bri'iiibecli, Ileward S., .North .Miinclieslpr, anil P. J. 
Speleliei-, asslgnnrs to Thi' Cveloiie Maiiiil'acliil Itiu <'i>,. 
Urbnna. Ind, lOlectrIc brooder. 2,1 1.'., 017 ; .\pr. 2«. 

Bremer Weill Kamincrel. (.See Glci, llclinlch. iisslgnor.) 

Brem.ser, .\llierl T., Westmont, N. J. Inlerniil combiixllon 
engine. 2,101,150; Jan. 1. 

Ilreii, Bo7.etecli <",, Verona. N. J., aHMlgnor, by nienno 
aMHlgninentH, to 10. I. dii Pont do Nenioum « ( oin|mnv. 
Wllminglon, Del, Lamlimtod nrtlclo. 2.1in,nil; Apr 
20. 

Breii, I!ii/,etccli (',, Voronn, N. J., nRBlgnor lo 10. I. dii 
I'onI lie Nemours & Ciiintiany, VV'llnilnglon, Del 
I'repiinitinn of rehlnN. 2.r."J,'J77 ; June "JS, 

Breiiiiiniin, Ilnrry .\. (See IloUe, II .v . niiil Itren.iiimn. > 

Breiiilel, (irorgeN l\, aNHlgiior to Soclele .Vnonvnie : Secli'to 
Maibrlere ilc ParlH. I'arln, France. Machine for rnrlns 
the KUrfiiceH of hiiril NiiliNliinceH by picHBiiro. 2.10ft. (134 ■ 
Jiin. I.S 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Fastener. 2,119,842 ; 



111. 



Paper fastener. 



Fastener. 2,119,844 ; 
(See CrostliTvait, D. N., Jr., Hesmer, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Spraying device. 



Brendel, Leon, Ontario, Calif. Antiseptic bung. 
2,124,685 ; July 26. 

Brenkert, Karl, Detroit, Mich. Photoelectric cell arc con- 
trol. 2,136,670 ; Nov. 15. 

Brenkert, Neal, Detroit, Mich. Arc indicator system for 
projection lamps. 2,125,148 ; July 26. 

Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, assignor to Autographic 
Register Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding pile. 
2,105,448; Jan. 11. 

Brenn. Carl W., Montclair, assignor to Autographic 
Register Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding pile. 
2,105,449 ; Jan. 11. 

Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, assignor to Autographic Reg- 
ister Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding. 
2,106,165; Jan. 25. 

Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, assignor to Autographic Reg- 
ister Company. Hoboken. N. J. Register. 2.133.778 : 
Oct. 18. 

Brennan, Daniel A., Chicago, 111. 
June 7. 

Brennan. Daniel A., Chicago, 
2,119,843 ; June 7. 

Brennan, Daniel A., Chicago, 111. 
June 7. 

Brennan, John H. 
and Brennan.) 

Brennan, John H., 

2,106,627 ; Jan. 25. . ^ 

Brennan, Joseph B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Electrolytic de- 
vice and making same. 2,104,018 ; Jan. 4. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Electrolytic 
condenser. 2.104,019 ; Jan. 4. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Electrolyte. 
2,104,732 ; Jan. 11. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Electrolytic cell. 
2,111,041 ; Mar. 15. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Vent for electro- 
lytic condensers. 2,124,648 ; July 26. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Electrolytic de- 
vice. 2,135,492 ; Nov. 8. 

Brennan, Joseph B., assignor to The Magnavox Company, 
Fort Wayne, Ind. Temperature control for internal 
combustion engines. 2,118,484 ; May 24. 

Brennan. Joseph B., and E. L. Marsh, Fort Wayne, Ind. ; 
said Jlarsh assignor to said Brennan. Electrolyte and 
making same. 2,104,733 ; Jan. 11. 

Brennan, Joseph F., Teadon, Pa., assignor of one-half to 
D. A. Wilson, and one-half to R. B. La Porte, both 
of Peoria, 111. Washing apparatus. Re. 20,699 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Brenneisen, Hermann, Paris, France. Strapping material 
for binding or securing boxes, bales, parcels, and other 
packages and manufacturing the same. 2,122,856 ; 
July 5. 

Brenner, Benjamin, et al. (See Morrell, Michael, as- 
signor.) 

Brenner, Benjamin H., Altoona, assignor to The Pennsyl- 
vania Railroad Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Pilot step. 
2,130,837 ; Sept. 20. 

Brenner, Charles G., Lansing, Mich., assignor to Auburn 
Foundry Inc., Auburn, Ind. Automatic air control for 
stokers. 2,111,611 ; Mar. 22. 

Brenner, Harry, et al. (See Morrell, Michael, assignor.) 

Brenner, Maurice L., and V. Schwab, Monterey. Calif., 
assignors to Sea Pride Packing Corp., Ltd. Treating 
fish and product thereof. 2,120,237 ; June 14. 

Brenninger, Alfred W., Pelham, assignor of one-half to 
J. F. McConnochie, New York, N. Y. "Ventilating pipe. 
2,134,698 ; Nov. 1. 

Brent, Judie, St. Louis, Mo. Window construction. 
2,118,339 ; May 24. 

Brentnall, Geoffrey C. (See Smith, H., and Brentnall, 
assignors.) 

Breon, George A., & Company. (See Sondern, C. W., and 
Wiegand, assignors.) 

Brescka, Rudolph S., Cranford. and E. J. Meagher, New- 
ark, N. J., assignors to Western Electric Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Method and device for 
measuring. 2,106,790; Feb. 1. 

Bresee, Fred, Jr., Hillsborough, Calif. Container. 
2,133,824; Apr. 12. 

Bresina, Thomas J. (See Schmidt, W. F., and Bresina.) 

Brcsler, Fritz, Berkeley, assignor to Shell Developer Com- 
pany. San Francisco, Calif. Treating wells. 2,140.183 ; 
Dec. 13. 

Breslow, Albert I. (See Margrave, Charles B., assignor.) 

Bressi, Vincent, and N. F. Jahn, Beverly Hills, Calif. 
Canal and road subgrader. 2,119.664 ; June 7. 

Bressler, Robert E., Oregon. 111. Fuel burning system. 
Re. 20,749 ; June 7. 

Bressler, Robert E.. assignor to Kol-Master Corporation. 
Oregon, 111. Blower fan impeller. 2,138,814 ; Dec. 6. 

Breth. Ferdinand W., New York, N. Y., and A. Kinsel. 
Petrolia, Pa., assignors to L. Sonneborn Sons, Inc. 
Purifying petrolatum. 2,121.518 : June 21. 

Breth. Ferdinand W., New York, N. Y., and A. Kinsel. 
Petrolia. Pa., assignors to L. Sonneborn Sons, Inc. 
Oil composition, 2,139.668: Dec. 13. 

Breth, Maximilian, Ozone Park, N. Y. Cloth unwinder. 
2,134,656 ; Oct. 25. 

Brethen, Charles A., Wyandotte, and J. Gora, Ecorse, as- 
signors to All Metal Products Company. Wvandotte, 
Mich. Toy pistol. 2,106,400; Jan. 25. 



Bretschneider, Curt, Philadelphia, assignor of twenty-five 
percent to C. A. Hatfield, North Wales, Pa. Oscilla- 
tory valve for internal combustion engines. 2,121,768 ; 
June 21. 

Brett, George F., London, and G. M. Wright, Essex, Eng- 
land, assignors to Radio Corporation of America. Sig- 
nal receiver circuit. 2,139,438 ; Dec. 6. 

Breuchaud, Jules R., New York, N. Y., assignor to Sealcell 
Corporation. Apparatus for treating organic material. 
2,126,168 ; Aug. 9. 

Breuer, John E., Great Neck, N. Y. Fish plug. 2,127,639 ; 
Aug. 23. 

Breuilh, Pierre E. L., Oran, Algeria. Apparatus for sort- 
ing fruit and other articles according to their weight. 
2,112,823 ; Apr. 5. 

Breuning, Edmond. (See Lange, A. E., Langguth, 
Breuning, and Dassler.) 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor of 
one-half to P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. Y. Motor vehicle 
control mechanism. 2,104,580 ; Jan. 4. 

Brewer, Nathaniel, Lansdowne. assignor to The Sharpless 
Specialty Company, Philadelphia. Pa. Acid treatment 
of petroleum white oil stocks. 2.126,867 ; Aug. 16. 

Brewer, Perley A., et al. (See Hilton, Everett S., as- 
signor, ) 

Brewer, Ray E„ Salt Lake City, Utah. Speed warning 
signal. 2,112,880 ; Apr. 5. 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation. (See Card, Charles S., 
assignor. ) 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The. (See Johannsen, Udo 
K., assignor.) 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The. (See Wenn, Floyd 
D., assignor.) 

Brewster, .Morris B., Co. Inc. (See Turner, Guilford S., 
assignor.) 

Brewster. Morris B.. Co. Inc. (See White, William H., 
assignor.) 

Brewster, Oswald C, Litchfield, Conn., assignor to Refin- 
ery Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. Separation of 
hydrocarbons. 2.134,699 ; Nov. 1. 

Brewster. Oswald C, Litchfield, Conn., assignor to Refin- 
ery Engineers, Inc.. New York, N. Y. Separation of 
hydrocarbons. 2,134,700 ; Nov. 1. 

Brewster, Oswald C., Litchfield, Conn., assignor to Refin- 
ery Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. Separation of 
hydrocarbons. 2,134,701 : Nov. 1. 

Brewster, Oswald C., Litchfield, Conn., assignor to Refin- 
ery Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. Separation of 
hydrocarbons. 2,134,702 ; Nov. 1. 

Breyer, Frank G.. Wilton. Count, and J. P. Hubbell. 
Garden City, N. Y. Manufacture of rubber stocks and 
of pigment complexes for compounding therewith. 
2,139,095 ; Dec. 13. 

Briant, Charles S.. Cape May, N. J. Bilge drainer. 
2,138,368; Nov. 29. 

Briant, Charles S., Cape Mav. N, J. Bilge drainer. 
2.138,369 ; Nov. 29. 

Briant, Raymond C, Pittsburgh, Pa., and G. W. Bain, 
Amherst, Mass., assignors to Vermont Marble Company, 
Proctor, Vt, Producing translucent stone slabs, 
2,126,725 ; Aug. 16. 

Price, Bryan F. and P. B., Cook County, assignors to 
Durable Materials Patent Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
Making cementitious composition of matter. 2,133,245 ; 
Oct. 11. 

Brice, Paul B. (See Brice, Bryan F. and P. B.) 

Bricker, Abraham H,, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bifocal eyeglass 
mounting. 2.121,336 ; June 21, 

Brickman, Alan E,, and G. A. Gleason, Worcester, Mass., 
assignors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. Manufacture of stranded elements. 
2,113,674; Apr. 12. 

Brickner, Arthur J., assignor to Brickner-Kropf Machine 
Company, Muskegon Heights, Mich. Filing machine. 
2.114.994 ; Apr. 26. 

Brickner, Ernest, Minneapolis, Minn. Protector for use 
in renovating shoes. 2,114,045 ; Apr. 12. 

Brickner, Julius. Brooklyn, N. Y., assicnor to C. H. D. 
Bobbins Co., Inc. Filled lace. 2,132,603 ; Oct. 11. 

Brickner-Kropf Machine Company. (See Brickner, Arthur 
J., assignor.) 

Brickner-Kropf Machine Company. (See Kropf, Henry 
W., assignor.) 

Brickner, Robert N., New York, N. Y. Momentum actu- 
ated sled brake. 2,105,308; Jan. 11. 

Briddell, Charles D.. Crisfield, Md. Attachment for ani- 
mal traps. 2,123.094 ; July 5. 

Bridge Master, Inc. (See Ellis. Albert, assignor,) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Broecker, Lewis C, 
assignor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Tegge, Albert R., as- 
signor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Webster, William R., 
assignor.) 

Bridgeport Bronze Company, The. (See Marsilius, New- 
man M., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Chain & Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Freddino, Carney, assignor.) 

Bridgeport, City of. (See Wheeler. Charles A., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Coach Lace Company. (See Hamm, James I., 
assignor.) 

Bridgeport Hardware Manufacturing Corporation, The. 
(See Windsor. John F.. assignor.) 

Bridgeport IMetal Goods Manufacturing Company, The. 
(See Fullmer, Giles C, assignor,) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bridgeport Metal Goods Manufacturing Company. (See 

Houlihan, Rudolph N., assignor.) 
Bridgeport Thermostat Company. (See Macdonald, Wil- 
liam F., assignor.) 
Bridgeport Thermostat Company. (See Ward, Marshall 

H., assignor.) 
Bridges, Kdward G., Anderson, Ind., assignor to Lynch 
Corporation. Glassware forming apparatus. 2,129,614 ; 
Sept. 6. 
Bridges, Frank R., Needham, assignor to The Gamewell 
Company, Newton Upper Falls, Mass. Signaling system. 
2,128,578; Aug. 30. 
Bridges, Raymond G., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Electric 

resistance element and making same. 2,122,604 ; July 5. 
Bridges, Stanley R., Bush Hill Park, Enfield, England, as- 
signor to Hardman, Peck & Company, New York, N. Y. 
Miniature piano. 2,112,066 ; Mar. 22. 
Bridgman, Charles T., Des Moines, and H. Giese, as- 
signors to Iowa State College Alumni Association, In- 
corporated, Ames, Iowa. Precast reinforced tile beam 

and span tile floor structure. 2,105,106 ; Jan. 11. 
Briece, William W. (See Bertels, Charles E., assignor.) 
Briefer, Caesar J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric lamp. 

2,115,839; May 3. 
Brien, Bailey P., Chattanooga, Tenn. Block floor section. 

2,107,884 ; Feb. 8. 
Brierley, Edgar. (See Holt, H., and Brierley.) 
Brietzcke, Edmund H. (See Peate, George A., assignor.) 
Brigg, John E., and J. N. Gibson, London, England, as- 
signors to Callender's Cable and Construction Company, 

Limited. Pressure actuated signaling device. 

2,133,129 ; Oct. 11. 
Briggeraan, Harold F., and R. A. Fuller, Fort Wayne, 

Ind., assignors to General Electric Company. Refrig- 
erating system. 2,106,591 ; Jan. 25. 
Briggs, Arthur M., assignor to Harman Pacific Company, 

Los Angeles, Calif. Hydraulic valve. 2,114,760 ; Apr. 

19. 
Briggs, George L., Oneida, N. Y. Drink mixer. 2,123,496 ; 

July 12. 
Briggs, Henry E. (See Hannay, H. F., and Briggs.) 
Briggs, John F. (See Kinsella, E., Bower, Briggs, and 

Roberts.) 
Hriggs, Joseph G., San Jose, assignor of one-half to H. D. 

Gilbert, Los Gatos, Calif. Spikeless rail plate. 

2,1.39,720 : Dee. 13. 
Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Ball, Albert P., 

assignor.) 
Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Ball, A. P., and 

Marshall, assignors.) 
Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Callahan, John A., 

assignor.) 
Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Coordes, Harry G., 

assignor.) 
Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Graf, Vincent J., 

assignor.) 
Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Lundberg, Everett 

R., assignor.) 
Briggs Aliinufacturing Company. (Sec Lundberg, E. E., 

Doty, and Hathaway, assignors.) 
Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Marshall, William, 

assignor.) 
Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Marshall, Wm., and 

Camioncr, assignors.) 
Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Pattison, II. J.; 

and Barton, assignors.) 
I'.riggs Manufacturing Company. (See Pinter, Frank V., 

assignor.) 
Briggs Mannfactui-ing Company. (See Platz, Henry T., 

assignor.) 
Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Pranco, Alvin W., 

assignor.) 
Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Ross, Frederick N., 

.'issignor. ) 
Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Scliwenko, Victor 

(!., assignor.) 
Briggs Manuf.icluring (Company. (See TJaarda, John, 

iiHsignor, ) 
Briggs Miiinifaclnring Company. (See Woxclbcrg, Clar 

ence M., assignor.) 
Briggs, Robert 10.. Colnnibtis, Ohio, assignor to The Jef- 
frey MannfMctiirlng (Jompany. RIatorlal handling appa- 
ratus. 2,128,345 : Aug. 30. 
Briggs, Itobert E., ColuinlMis, Ohio, assignor to The Jef- 
frey Mnnufaclurlng (,'onipany. Bar screen scraper. 

2,I28,;M(;; Aug. 30. 
lirlggs, Kiilii li i;., Columbus, Olilo, assignor to The Jeffrey 

Alaiuifiiclurliig Company. Treating sewage. 2,128,347 ; 

Aug. 30. 
ItiiggM, Itnbert K., (N)luinbuH, Ohio, MMHlgnor to The JelT 

rcy Mamiracliirlng Company. Bar screen scraper. 

•J.rJH.:!I.S ; Aug. 30. 
itrlggs. Itolii'rl I*).. Columbus. Ohio, assignor to The Jeff- 
rev Miiriiiriicl Miing CiimpMny. Bar Hcrecii scniper. 

2,12H.3I!» ; Aug. 30. 
Bilggs SliiifTner Company. (See DlnUlnH, Delbert R., as- 

slgnor. ) 
IlrlggN, SoMlliwIck \V., Cliumont, Md. Oil rlariller and 

(IKer. 2.IO.-i.i;ili ; .Iiin. I I. 
ItrlggH, Slc|)lii'ii !<'., Delroll, MIrli., iiHNlgrior lo llrlgKH * 

Sti'iilliin Coriiiirjillon, iMIIWMtiUi>(>, WIh. Ilullerlly valve. 

2,105,31:1 ; Jan. 1 I. 
ItrlggH, Stephen F., D<>troll, MIeli., MHNlgnor lo Oiitboiiril 

^tarlne & ManiifaeturlnK Ci>mi)ai)y, WMUkuit»»> HI 

Itcfrtgi'nillng unit. 2,1 ll,!)23 ; Nliir. 22. 



Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Briggs, Stephen F., 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Fitz Gerald, John 
W., assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Jacobi, Edward N., 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Mack, Perry E., as- 
signor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Rubner, Hugo G., as- 
signor.) 

Brigham, E. F. P. (See White, B. B., and Young, as- 
signors.) 

Bright, Charles G., deceased ; R. E. Bright, administratri.x. 
Appleton, assignor to Paper Patents Company. Neenah, 
Wis. Making washable paper. 2,123.399; July 12. 

Bright, Claude H., Memphis, Tenn. Ink pad. 2,132,719 ; 
Oct. 11. 

Bright, Elvin M., Dayton, Ohio. Process of and apparatus 
for applying nitrocellulose coating. 2,130,225 ; Sept. 13. 

Bright, Kuth E., administratri.v". (See Brishr. Charles (i.) 

Bright Light Reflector Co. Inc. (See Litner, Isaac, as- 
signor.) 

Brightman, Paul, Oteen, and G. C. Stewart, Asheville, 
N. C. said Brightman assignor to said Stewart. Ad- 
justable back support. 2,133,223 ; Oct. 11. 

Brightside Plating Company Limited. (See Kronsbein, 
John, assignor.) 

Brightwell, Walter J., Henderson, Tex. Air compressing 
machine. 2,108,958 ; Feb. 22. 

P.riktex Incorporated. (See Fried, William B., assignor.) 

Brill, George L., New York, N. Y. Hosiery. 2,132,844 ; 
Oct. 11. 

Brill, J. G., Company, The. (See Darlington, May E., 
assignor.) 

Brill, J. G., Company, The. (See Henry, Eugene E., as- 
signor.) 

Brill, J. G., Company, The. (See Scott, Louis F., as- 
signor.) 

Brill, John L., and R. W. Pluminer, Newark, assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Preparation of alkyl formates. 2,117,000; May 
17. 

Brill, Laurence E., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The 
Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. Chain. 2,113,980 ; 
Apr. 12. 

Brill, Rudolf. (See Lederle, E., and Brill.) 

I'.rill, Rudolf. (See Lederle, E.. Giinther, and Brill.) 

Brill, Willeni G., Johannesburg, Transvaal, Union of South 
Africa. Numerical printing device. 2,134,223 ; Oct. 
25. 

Brill, William E., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. E.xhaust manifold 
system for internal combustion engines. 2,126,609 ; 
Aug. 9. 

Brill, William E., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Built-up cylinder 
block for internal combustion engines. 2,129,906; Sept. 
13. 

lirillhart, Samuel E., Towson, Md., assignor to Western 
Electric ('oni|)any. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Slraiul handling apparatus. 2,119.570; June 7. 

Brlmberg, Isaac, IJrooklvn, N. Y. Apparatus for produc- 
ing printing plates. 2,112,010 ; Mar. 22. 

lirimm, Wade A., Pleasant Shade, Ti'iiu. \'alve. 
2.110,0.-)!) ; Mar. 1. 

Brinck, Erik J. M., Solvesborg, and R. V. A. Olsson. 
Kyrkhult, Sweden. Slack adjuster for motor vehicle 
brakes. 2,109,284 ; Feb. 22. 

liriiick, Werner. (See Biuimans, P., anil Brinck.) 

Brindley, Ben C., el al. (See l!:iker, Dunald J., assignor 1 

Briney, Ottis R., Ponliae, MIeli. Bushing locating and 
rotating m(>ans. 2,107,051 ; l''eb. 1. 

I'.rink. Il.nold T., assignor lo Corning Glass Works. N.'W 
VMrK. .\. V. CI.Mss iiirlling lurn.-ue. LM :!:!,(!.■. I ; O.-l. IS 

r.rlnU, Wiiifleld S., assignor lo The Firestone Steel Prod 
nils Companv. .\kron, Ohio. Tire rim. 2,117,23.S; 
jMav 10, 

lirink, Winfleld S., assignor to The Firestone Steel I'rod- 
nets Company, Akron, Ohio. Vehicle wheel. i.iaS.I.Sl ; 
Nov. S. 

Mrliik, Wiiilleld S,. assignor lo The I'^lresloin- Steel I'rod- 
nils Coiiip.niv. .\kriin. Ohin, Wheel and tile rim slnie- 
liiri'. 2.1. •!,"), i.S2 ; Nov. S. 

Itrinker, li'rediMic A„ Denvei', (\>lo. Froth flotation 
inelliod. 2,105,001 ; Jan. 18. 

IJriiiUer, i'leilerii- A,. Denver, Colo. TblocMrbanllM 
(li'rIvalUe. 2.1 I.S.21):! ; May 21. 

ItrlnUlev, William W., MNslgiior of twenty four per cent lo 
E, l,,''l'rliil.le, .Ir.. Mild leu per (-.•nl lo C, .M. 'iVlnkle. Jr., 
Konn.il.e. \n. Dnill rigging. 2,118,150; May 21. 

Itrliikmiin. .Vdelpli, Milwaukee, Win. Ball swlnclnu toy. 
2.1().'').lrt2 : .liin. I.S. 

llrliilviMiiM. .VIIpIii .1. (See Ciihli. I.. I.. Mini HrliiKmMli ) 

IliliiKiiiMM. Ijirl W., MNslgnor to l>Mveiiii.iil Maeliliie Tiud 
I'll, liieiii |iiii'M(eil. Itoehe.Hler, N. Y. Alelliod and a|i|iii 
I'MliiN lor lliri'MdIiiK pleeen. 2,1 I l.lVJil ; .Apr. Ill, 

ItrliiKiiiMii. Laura, el 'il. (See UrlnkniMn, LoiiIm I(., n«- 
slgiior, ) 

Iti'hiUiiiMii, LoiiIn II.. ileeeMNi'il, bile of (Men lililge. N. J. : 
I,. llrliiKiiiMti. MilinlnlNtralrlx. MMNlgnor of one third lo 
L. llrliiUmiin, and one llilnl lo II. Morlarl.v. Wlilte 
I'liiliiN, N. Y., mill onelhlrd lo N. II. Cocke, lllrniliiii 
Iwim, AIii. Melnl dnnvliiK device, 2.12I.1HM ; Jiilv 2i' 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Brinkmann, Gottfried A. (See Scholfield. William B., 
assignor.) ^ „ 

Brinkworth, Clarence J. (See Lauenstein, C. F., and 
Brinkworth.) 

Brinnon, Richard B., Wichita, Kans. Shoe box. 2,104,828 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Brinson, Charles A., Palatka, Fla. Tree clamp or cup 
protector. 2,135,422 ; Nov. 1. 

Brintnall, Archibald C, Denver, Colo., assignor to Hot 
Spray Humidifier Co. Humidifier for warm air fur- 
naces. 2,111,165 ; Mar. 15. 

Brintnall, Frank W., assignor to U. S. Bratton. Jr., De- 
troit, Mich. Apparatus for separating gold. 2.133.271 ; 
Oct. 18. 

Brinton, H., Co. (See Holmes, Henry H., assignor.) 

Brinton. H., Co. (See Horrocks, H. S., and Gorman, 
assignors.) 

Brinton, H., Co. (See Newell, Edwin H., assignor.) 

Brinton, Joseph H., Media, Pa. Night latch. 2,136,539 ; 
Nov. 15. 

Brisbane, Eugene C, Denver, Colo., assignor to S. Mor- 
gan Smith Company, York, Pa. Fluid control means. 
2,111,837 ; Mar. 22. 

Brisbane, Eugene C, Denver, Colo., assignor to S. Mor- 
gan Smith Company, York, Pa. Breaking vacuum in 
pipe lines. 2,125,330; Aug. 2. 

Brisbane, Eugene C., and K. Bischoflf, assignors to S. 
Morgan Smith Company, York, Pa. Valve. 2,104,151 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Brisbane, Eugene C, and R. Bischoff, assignors to S. 
Morgan Smith Company, York, Pa. Valve. 2,114,673 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Brisbane, Eugene C, and R. Bischoff, assignors to S. 
Morgan Smith Company, York, Pa. Valve. 2,129,081 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Briscoe, James. (See Beck, R., and Briscoe.) 

Briscoe, Ernest V., Kerman, Calif. Ditch digger and 
cleaner. 2,136,911 ; Nov. 15. 

Brisse, Emile G., Troy, N. Y. Load holding weighing 
scale. 2,113,168 ; Apr. 5. 

Brisson, Louis C, Neuilly-sur-Seine, assignor to Soci6t6 
Anonyme : Soci^tS des Freins Hydrauliques S. de 
Lavaud, Paris, France. Resilient diaphragm. 

2,106,791; Feb. 1. 

Brisson, Louis C, Neuilly-sur-Seine, assignor to Societe 
Anonyme : Soci6te des Freins Hydrauliques S. de Lavaud, 
Paris, France. Braking device. 2,131,369 ; Sept. 27. 

Brisson, Louis C, Neuilly-sur-Seine, assignor to Societe 
Anonyme : Societe des Freins Hydrauliques S. De 
Lavaud. Paris, France. Automatic heat-compensated 
slack-adjusting device. 2,133,533 ; Oct. 18. 

Brisson, Louis C, Neuilly-sur-Seine, and P. Marmignon, 
Le Pre-Saint-Gervais, assignors to Soci6t6 Anonyme : 
Societe des Freins Hydrauliques S. de Lavaud, Paris, 
France. Shoe brake. 2,119,903 ; June 7. 

Bristol Aeroplane Company, The. (See Whitehead, F. 
W., and Goodby, assignors.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Allen, Harold E., assignor.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Borden, Perry A., assignor.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Faust, Frederick A., as- 
signor.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Hunt, Ozro H., assignor.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Kerr. William J., assignor.) 

Bristol Tramways & Carriage Company Limited, The. 
(See Redrup, Charles B., assignor.) 

Bristoll. Harrison C, New Britain, R. V. Sanford, Hart- 
ford, and H. C. Doolittle, assignors to The Stanley 
Works, New Britain, Conn. Strap stretching tool. 
2,1] 7,015 : May 10. 

Bristow, Clyde J., Oakmont, Pa., assignor to Pittsburgh 
Plate Glass (Company. Store front construction. 
2.106,885; Feb. 1. 

Bristow, Louis J., and F. F. Strong, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Therapeutic light ray apparatus. 2.123.709; July 12. 

British Acoustic Films, Ltd. (See Kolb, O. K., and 
Rickets, assignors.) 

British Acoustic Films Limited. (See Poulsen, A., Kolb. 
Pratt, and Boston, assignors.) 

British Coal Distillation Limited. (See Hardy, R. 1).. 
Machen, and Aram, assignors.) 

British & Dominions Feralloy Limited. (See Bampfylde, 
James W., assignor.) 

British Electrical & Allied Industries Research Associa- 
tion, The. (See Whitney, W. B., and Wedmore, as- 
signors.) 

British Heat Resisting Glass Company, The. (See Gell, 
Philip V. W., assignor.) 

British Hygienic Containers Limited. (See Franghia, 
Byron, assignor.) 

British Marine Utilities Company Limited. (See Mason, 
Ronald T. G., assignor. ) 

British Radiostat Corporation. (See Robinson, James, 
assignor.) 

British Rubber Producers Research Association, The. 
(See Stevens, H. P., and Dyer, assignors.) 

British Rubber Producers' Research Association, The. 
(See Stevens, H. P., and Popham, assignors.) 

Brittain, Monroe, Chickasha, Okla. Oil burner. 
2,118,698 ; May 24. 

Brittain, Richard J., Jr. (See Gibbons, H. R., and Brit- 
tain.) 

Brittain, William, Darra, Queensland, Australia. Pipe 
testing machine. 2,140,892 : Dec. 20. 

Britten, Clyde H. (See Greensfelder, B. S., Spaght, and 
Britten.) 



Britten, Edward F., Jr., Short Hills, assignor to Gardner 
Company, Orange, N. J. Calculating machine. 
2,121,683; June 21. 

Brltton, Edgar C, assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Production of hydroxy-aromatic 
hydrocarbons and hydroxy-aromatic carboxylic acids. 
2,126,610; Aug. 9. 

Britton, Edgar C, assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Purification and decolorization 
of acetic acid. 2,126,611 ; Aug. 9. 
Britton, Edgar C, assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Meta-substituted phenols. 
2,129,907 ; Sept. 13. 
Britton, Edgar C, assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Separation of ortho-, meta-, and 
para-phenyl-phenols. 2.129,908 ; Sept. 13. 

Britton, Edgar C, G. H. Coleman, and G. V. Moore, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, 
Mich. Hydrolysis of isopropyl chloride. 2,110,838 ; 
Mar. 8. 

Britton, Edgar C, and S. L. Bass, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Meta-xenyl phos- 
phoric acid derivatives. 2,117,290 ; May 17. 

Britton, Edgar C, and S. L. Bass, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Para-xenyl phos- 
phoric acid derivatives. 2,117,291 ; May 17. 

Britton, Edgar C, F. B. Smith, J. E. Livak, and W. W. 
Sunderland, assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, 
Midland, Mich. 2.4-dinitro-5-naphthylamino-phenols. 
2,120,664; June 14. 

Britton, Edgar C, and W. J. Le Fevre, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Stabilizing 
vinylidene chloride. 2.121,009 ; June 21. 

Britton, Edgar C, and W. J. Le Fevre, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Stabilizing 
vinylidene chloride. 2,121,010 ; June 21. 

Britton, Edgar C, and W. J. Le Fevre, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Stabilizing 
vinylidene chloride. 2,121,011 ; June 21. 

Britton, Edgar C, and W. J. Le Fevre, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Stabilizing 
vinylidene chloride. 2.121,012 : June 21. 

Britton, Edgar C, S. L. Bass, and E. G. Hallonquist, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Cellulose ether compositions. 2,124,540 ; July 26. 

Britton, Edgar C, H. S. Nutting, and M. E. Huscher, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Manufacture of olefine chlorohydrins. 2,130,226 ; Sept. 
13. 

Britton, Edgar C, G. H. Coleman, and R. P. Perkins, 
assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, 
Mich. Alkylated phenylphenols. 2,138,471 ; Nov. 29. 

Bi-itton, Edgar C, G. H. Coleman, and L. F. Berhenke, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical (jompany, Midland, Rlich. 
Dielectric compositions. 2,140,784 ; Dec. 20. 

Britton, Glenn B., Hannibal, assignor to International 
Shoe Company, St. Louis, Mo. Heel nailing device. 
2,120,776 ; June 14. 

Britton, Harry C. (See Law, R. M., and Britton.) 

Britton, Joseph W. (See Le Fevre, W. J., and Britton.) 

Britton, Joseph W., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Purifying beta-phenylethyl alco- 
hol. 2,114,286 ; Apr. 19. 

Britton, Sidney W. (See Rote, R. J., and Britton.) 

Brixner, Frederick W., Gates, assignor to General Rail- 
way Signal Company. Rochester, N. Y. Polar impulse 
repeating system. 2,124,847 ; July 26. 

Brizard, Maxime J., San Francisco, Calif. Varnish and 
paper drying machine. 2,106,339 ; Jan. 25. 

Brizzolara, Robert T., New Dorp, N. Y. Air cooling unit. 
2,120,830 ; June 14. 

Broad, William L. (See Lowry, Edward N., assignor.) 

Broadfoot, William G. (See Gerhardt, Paul, assignor.) 

Broadhurst, Jean. (See Steckelberg, A. L., and Broad- 
hurst.) 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to W. O. Hickok Manufac- 
turing Company, Harrisburg, Pa. Sheet feeding appa- 
ratus. 2,120,484 ; June 14. 

Broadwater, James R. (See Purtle, A. D., and Broad- 
water.) 

Broadway, Leonard F., Hillingdon, assignor to Electric 
& Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, England. Cath- 
ode ray tube. 2,124,270 ; July 19. 

Broadwell, Howard, Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Rotary switch. 2,140,126: Deo. 13. 

Broadwin, Sampson, assignor to Ainslie Knitting Machine 
Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Circular hand-knitting ma- 
chine. 2,108,705 ; Feb. 15. 

Broberg. Manfred, Kingston, N. Y. Exercising device. 
2,123,765 ; July 12. 

Broche, Hans. (See Pott. A., and Broche.) 

Broche, Hans, and H. Schmitz, Essen, Germany. Puri- 
fving and desulphurizing motor fuel. 2,115,549 ; Apr. 
26. 

Brochu, Arthur J., Grand Rapids, Mich. Arrow. 
2,137,014; Nov. 15. 

Brock, Arnold E., Burlingame, assignor to Pacific Electric 
Manufacturing Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. High 
tension expulsion fuse. 2,135,164 ; Nov. 1. 

Brock, Charles. (See Hamilton, A., and Brock.) 

lirock. Chas. S., et al. (See Davis, Phillip W., assignor.) 

Brock. Clarence A.. Detroit, Mich. Separating machine. 
2,136,540; Nov. 15. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Brock, Denis T., and G. J. Trapp, assignors to Automotive 
Products Company Limited, London, England. Fuel 
injection pump. 2,131,933 ; Oct. 4. 

Brock, Glenn C. (See Rutherford, J. T., and Brock.) 

Brock, Norman H., Philadelphia, Pa. Method and appa- 
ratus for sound recording. 2,116,747 ; May 10. 

Brock, Willie W., assignor of one-half to P. W. Luzader, 
Winnfield, La. Clip. 2,108,473; Feb. 15. 

Brockraan, Charles J. (See McKee, R. H., and Brock- 
man.) 

Brockner, William. (See Berman, M., and Brockner.) 

Brockstedt, Theophile E., San Francisco, Calif., assignor 
to The Washington Institute of Technology, Inc. Radio 
apparatus and method. 2,139,057 ; Dee. 6. 

Brockway, Scott A., Lincoln, Nebr. Arm grip table. 
2,118,151 ; May 24. 

Brockwell, S. M., et al. (See Utsman, George W., as- 
signor.) 

Brodbeck. Aimer H., assignor to American Stove Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Combination solid and gaseous 
fuel cooking range. 2,141,808 ; Dec. 27. 

Broden, Edvpin H., Swissvale, Pa., assignor to The Amer- 
ican Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. Handle 
for reels. 2,132,559 ; Oct. 11. 

Broderick, Frank W. (See Payne, F. S., and Broderick.) 

Broderick, Frank W., New Brighton, Staten Island, as- 
signor to Reynolds Metals Company, New York, N. Y. 
Cake box. 2,112,879 ; Apr. 5. 

Broderick, Sylvester J. (See Kittredge, H. G., and Brod- 
erick.) 

Brodersen, Karl. (See Rieche, A., Brodersen, Quaedvlieg, 
and Maier-Bode.) 

Brodersen, Karl, Dessau in Anhalt, assignor to I. G. 
Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the- 
Main, Germany. Treating fibrous materials with alka- 
line liquids of mercerizing strength. 2,104,290 ; Jan. 4. 

I'l'Oderscn, Karl, and A. Peters, De.ssau-in-Anhalt, Ger- 
many, assignors to General Aniline Works, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Dyeing mixed fibers. 2,121,337 ; June 21. 

Brodersen, Karl, and M. Quaedvlieg, Dessau in Anhalt, 
assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, 
Prankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Matting of artificial 
silk. 2,123,986; July 19. 

Brodersen, Karl, and JI. Quaedvlieg, Dessau in Anhalt, 
A. Schneider, Leverkusen-Wiesdorf, and H. Gensel, 
Leverkusen I. G. Werk, assignors to I. G. Farben- 
industrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-t he-Main, 
(iermany. Producing matting effects on artificial silk. 
2,123,987 : July 19. 

Brodersen, Karl, and M. Quaedvlieg, Dessau In Anhalt, 
Germany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Combating Insects. 2,134,504 ; 
Oct. 25. 

Brodersen, Max M., Alhambra, assignor to L. O. Bird, 
Glondale, Calif. Disk harrow. 2,126,446; Aug. 9. 

Brodersen, Thorwald, Park Ridge, and W. C. Dunn, 
Chicago, 111. (;arl)uretor. 2,118,038; May 24. 

Brodhecker, Lou A., Erownstown, Ind. Electric plug con- 
nection. 2,131,884; Oct. 4. 

Brodie, Alan M., Richmond, Va. Golf bag. 2,105,853 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Brodie, Ralph N., Company. (See Berck, William F., as- 
signor.) 

Brodio, Ralph N., Company. (See Granberg, Albert J., 
assignor.) 

Brodin, Eric C, Jenkintown, assignor to S K F Indus- 
tries, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Scaled bearing. 
2,114,954; Apr. 19. 

Brodsky, Pranlc, New York, N. Y. Loose-leaf sheet. 
2,108,303; Feb. 15. 

Brodton, Edward R., Collingswood, N. J. Vapor con- 
denser. 2,135,432; Nov. 1. 

I'.rodloii, Lynn, Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Uadio 
(.'orpor.'il ion (iT Anicrici. Indicalor. 2,122,998; July 5. 

Brodlon, Lynn, ("oUingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Mulfiband indicator. 
2,1.32,094 ; Oct. 4. 

Urndv, Samuel },., fMiicago, III. Coaster. 2, Ml, 50!); 
Dec. 27. 

Broecker, I-ewls C, assignor to Bridgeport Brass Com- 
pany, Bridgeport, Conn. Tire and valve stem. 
2,106,073; Jan. 25. 

lirocckcr, Liwls ('., iissignDr to lirldgeixnl Itr.'iss Comi 
pany, llrldgi'porl, (^onn. Pneumatic valve insldcs con 
Mtrnclloji. 2,I12,0'1I ; I)<r. 27. 

IJrocrcn, Frank I/., Menaslui, and S. N. Hoj)e, Wnuwalosii, 
asHlgnors to Marathon Paper Mills Company, Roths- 
chlld. Wis. DIspenHcr. 2.138,692; Nov, 29. 

Hror-zc, JoliMnncs .Ian., Delfl, NclhciliindH, nsHlgnor to 
Shell Devclopnu'iit Company, Han Ii'ran(!lHCO, Calif. 
Cooled aloml'/.er for solid Injection englncH. 2,108,(M7 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Hroe/.e, Jolinnnea J., Delfl, and (!. van Wllllgen, Thi' 
Ilagni-, NcllicrhindH, MHsl^nors to Shell Dcvelopnirnl 
('oinpiiny, Sun (''rMiiclHco, ('iillf, ProcrsM iinil nppunililH 
for llic loollng of fui'l iilonil/.erH. 2,116,337; May 3. 

Itrol'oH, l';iniii- A., Lnndnii, I'liiKliifnl, aHNlgnor to WcHlern 
lOlccI lie ('<inii)MMV, liii'i>i|iiirMlccl, Ni'W York, N. V. 
TrU'iihone HyKleni. 2,I3K,.MII; Nov. 29. 

Ilro^ilcn, Koniild It.. Orlando. I'la . nNHliftior to lliinli of 
'I'lii' Mniiliiil (Mil Coniiiany, New York. N. Y. Mi-lliod of 
iind n|ipMi'ii I iiH for MHHi'iiililln^; Piic'I(mi.;i'n. 2,I3;I.27H; 
Oct. IH. 

llroKdi'X CoiMpJiiiy. (Si'i' lliiniiilon. W'lllliini M , iiiiNlKnnr.) 



Brogger, Ivar W., Orange, N. J. Lamp attachment means. 
2,129,814; Sept. 13. 

Brohman, Howard E., assignor to Case Electric Corpora- 
tion, Marion, Ind. Tuning system for radio receivers. 
2,110,196 ; Mar. 8. 

Broker, George M., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Incorporated. Stoker fuel distributor. 
2,131,995; Oct. 4. 

Brokering, Harry G., Dayton, Ohio. Bolt or pin and 
retaining member. 2,119,520 ; June 7. 

Brolly, Archibald H., Palo Alto, Calif., assignor to Farns- 
worth Television Incorporation. Generating a pulse in a 
cathode ray tube. 2,107,778; Feb. 8. 

Brom and Wade Limited. (See Walker, W. J., and 
Gimkey, assignors.) 

Broman, Charles E., Algoma Township, Kent County, 
Mich. Pump or motor structure. 2,125.988; Aug. 9. 

Bromann, Albert H., Jr., River Forest, assignor to Bro- 
mann Bros., Chicago, 111. Refrigerating method and 
apparatus. 2,136,232 ; Nov. 8. 

Bromann Bros. (See Bromann, Albert H., Jr.) 

Bromilow & Edwards Limited. (See Swift, Herbert W., 
assignor.) 

Bromley, Thomas C, and G. S. Helliwell, Leicester, 
Englaml. Knotter. 2,125,423 ; Aug. 2. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Wrapping ma- 
chine. 2,119,093 ; May 31. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
American Machine & Foundry Company. Cigarette 
tipper. 2.13:^.341 ; Oct. 18. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Driving mech- 
anism. 2,137,998; Nov. 29. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Driving mecha- 
nism. 2,139,221 ; Dec. 6. 

Bronaugh, Lewis J., Portland, Oreg., and T. I. Potter, 
assignors to Refrigeration Patents Corporation, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. Multiple compartment refrigerator. 
2,141,459 ; Dec. 27. 

Brong, Paul. (See Stolte, C. L., and Brong.) 

Bronson Reel Company. (See McMahon, Edward J., as- 
signor.) 

Bronsou Reel Company. (See Schafer, John V., assignor.) 

I'.ronstein, David 10.. Toronto, Ontario, assignor to Score 
(,'orporation liimited, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Canada, 
(iame apparatus. 2.i:?9,S75 ; Dec. 13. 

Bronstein, Louis, Newark, assignor to New York Folding 
Box Co., Jersey City, N. J. Box and handle. 
2,138,336 ; Nov. 29. 

Brooke, Francis M., assignor to N. S. Brooke, Bryn Mawr, 
Pa. External combustion engine. 2.131,216 ; Sept. 27. 

Brooke, Joseph B. R., assignor of one-half to John Lysaght 
Limited, Scunthorpe, England. Reversible regenera- 
tive furnace. 2,115,613; Apr. 26. 

Brooke, Llovd A., Washington, D. C. Fo\intain pen. 
2,130,371 ;"Nov. 15. 

Brooke, I^loyd A., Washington, D. C. Labyrinth protec- 
tive device. 2,141,102 ; Dec. 20. 

Brooke, Lloyd F., Berkeley, assignor to Standard Oil 
Company of California, San Francisco, Calif. Poly- 
merizing olefines and catalyst therefor. 2,135,793; 
Nov. 8. 

Brooke, Mary M. (See Wilhartz, L. J., and Brooke.) 

Brooke, Naniia S. (See Brooke, Francis M., assignor.) 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., and L. A. Smith, Rochester, N. Y., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Eastman Kodak 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. IMiotographie enuilsions 
containing trinuclear cyanine dyes. 2,108,845 ; Feb. 
22. 

Brook(!r, Leslie G. S., and F. L. White, Rochester. N. Y., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Eastman Kodak 
(,'ompany, Jersey City, N. J., Acylmethylene deriva- 
tives of arvlothlazollnes and arvloselenazollnes. 
2,112,139 ; Mar. 22. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., and F. L. White, Rochester, N. Y., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Eastman Kodak 
(!onipanv, Jersey (^Itv, N. J. Preparing carbocyanlne 
dyes. 2,112,140; Mar. 22. 

lirooker, l.i'slic G. S., and (J. 11. Keyes, Koehestor. N. Y.. 
assignors, hy mesne assigiuuents, to lOaslman Kodak 
Company, Ji'rsey City. N. J. Derlvallvi>s of pyrUllne 
;in<l (|iii"niillne and their pre|)aration. '-'.l 17,!);!l> ; .Ma.v 
17. 

lirooker, Leslie G. S., and C. J. Stand. Rochester, N. Y., as- 
slgnors, by mesne asHlgnmenIs, to Eastman Kodak Coin- 
pimy, .lersey City, N. J. Phologniphle emulsion con- 
taining alkyl (|ua"leriiMry suits of thiar.oles and the like 
as antlfoggnnls. 2.i;il,0;!S; S.'iit. 27. 

Urcioks, lten.|aniln T., Sl.'iniford, Conn., iisslgnor, by 
mesne assignments, to Slandurd .Meoliol t oinpany, 
Wllmlnglon, I 'el. I'roduelng aleoliols I'roni ulelhieN. 
2,1 II, l(i;! ; Apr. ID. 

llfooUs, CharleH A. (Sc>e Allen, Iv M . llroolis, and 
'I'lioinpsoM ) 

llrookH, CliMrles A., iiHslKnor to The Union Swllrli A 
Signal Coinpany, SwIsHvali', Pa. Multiple control up 
parattiH 2.1 Il».2tl5 ; May 31. 

ItrooliH. I';iirl M . Korl W<irlh, Tex. MiilNleiilni: device, 
•J.I 17,272 ; May 17. 

IIidoUh, (;eorge I''., I.iikewooil, MKitlitnor to IndiiKlrliil 
Hnvon CorpoiiMlon. Cleveland, Ohio. Mecoratlve linnii 
Ing. 2.1'J.S.in I : Selil. (1. 

llrookN, (icorKo W., I,a (iriiUKe, iiNNlunor to The S. O. S. 
Company, CIiciiko, III. CleiiiiNinu Mrllcle. ' 2,125,001) : 
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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Brooks, Harry E. (See Reeves, P. B., and Brooks.) 

Brooks, John C, Paterson, X. J., assignor to Collins & 
Aikman Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Automatic 
loom. 2.140,893 ; Dec. 20. 

Brooks, Henry M., et al., trustees. (See Fisher, John F., 
assignor. ) 

Brooks, Henry M., et al, trustees. (See Peltz, Gordon M., 
assignor.) 

Brooks, Henry M. et al., trustee. (See Schweickart, Wil- 
liam M., assignor.) 

Brooks, Howard L., and H. F. Maclntyre, assignors to 
Ferro Enameling Companv, Oakland, Calif. Building 
construction. 2,106,315 ; Jan. 25. 

Brooks, Josiah A., Port TVashington, N. Y. Device for 
indicating direction of movement. 2,108,099 ; Feb. 15. 

Brooks. Kenneth S., and L. G. Henel, assignors of one- 
third to A. B. riemington, Kansas City, Mo. Appa- 
ratus for testing batteries. 2,125,840 ; Aug. 2. 

Brooks. Elbert J., Sparta, Wis. Expansible root cutter. 
2,133,342 ; Oct. 18. 

Brooks, John A., Detroit, Mich. Vacuum breaking valve. 
2.133.804: Oct. 18. 

Brooks, John E.. Rock Island. 111. Ausiliarv lighting 
apparatus. 2,133.420 ; Oct. 18. 

Brooks. Ltd. (See Rebois, Leon V., assignor.) 

Brooks Paper Company. (See Helber, Eva J., assignor.) 

Brooks, Robert A., assignor to I. B. Kerr, Chicago, HI. 
Siphon breaking water closet. 2,122,834 ; July 5. 

Brooks. William H., Fairfax, Calif. Making bread sticks. 
2,134,026 : Oct 25. 

Brooks, Winfred M., West Orange, N. J. Forming a seal. 
2,116,338; Mav 3. 

Brophy, John D., New York, N. Y. Container. 2,109,100 ; 
Feb. 22. 

Brophy, John J. (See Johnson, J. W., Van Roosen, Ushak- 
off, and Brophy.) 

Brophy, Oscar, Philadelphia, Pa. Electric control device 
for block printing machines. 2,104,894 ; Jan. 11. 

Broquinda Inc. (See Quinn, Clara E., assignor.) 

Broquinda. Inc. (See Quinn, C. E., and Lassiter, Jr., as- 
signors.) 

Brorsen, Willard A., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Photo- 
stat Corporation, Rochester, S'. Y. Photographic ex- 
posure controlling apparatus. 2,124.134 ; July 19. 

Brosius, John P., Pittsburgh, Pa. Burner tinit 
2,138,998 ; Dec. 6. 

Brosnan, Cornelius A. (See Brazell, J. J., and Brosnan.) 

Bross, Viktor. (See Dorzbach, E., and Bross.) 

Bross^, Pierre, assignor to SociSte Anonyme Holbrever, 
Paris, France. Apparatus for the manufacture of col- 
ored glass. 2,115,408 ; Apr. 26. 

Brosseau, Joseph E., West Chicago, and F. J. Kerber, 
Chicago, HI. : said Kerber assignor to said Brosseau. 
Control device. 2,106,269 : Jan. 25. 

Brostrom. Charles G., Peabody, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson. X. J. Ma- 
chine for operating upon shoe-heels. 2,104.183 ; Jan. 4. 

Brostrom, Charles G., assignor to United Shoe Machinery 
Corporation, Salem, Mass. Marking machine. 
2,111,612 ; Mar. 22. 

Brostrom, Frederik V., Kingston-on-Thames, England. 
Gas-heated laundry iron. 2,119,094 ; May 31. 

Brothers. Eli, Lynn, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinerv Corporation. Paterson, X. J. Machine for 
lasting shoes. 2,125.884 ; Aug. 9. 

Brorsker, Charles J., and C. C. Mever, Upper Darbv, Pa. 
Extension for fishing lines. 2,109.967 ; Mar. 1. 

Brott. Vernon D., Franklin Park. 111. Internal com- 
bustion engine. 2,117,292 ; May 17. 

Brotzman, Leonard G., Arrovo " Grande, Calif. Plant 
thinner. 2,137.233 ; Xov. 22'. 

Brotzman. Leonard G.. and R. E. Teague. Arrovo Grande, 
Calif. Balanced pump. 2,133,655 ; Oct 18. 

Brough, Frank W., Chlswick, London, assignor to Electric 
& Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, England. Treat- 
ment of mica for electrical purposes. 2,108,577 ; Feb. 
15. 

Brougher, John W., Bremen, Ind. Vehicular traffic signal. 
2,106,113 ; Jan. 18. 

Broughton, Arthur E.. Xeenah. Wis. Apparatus for se- 
curing uniform drying of the sheet in paper making 
machines. 2.119.771: June 7. 

Broughton, Geoffrey, Rochdale, England. Conditioning 
fibrous material. 2.132.095 : Oct. 4. 

Broughton. Walter C. Kansas Citv. Mo. Burial vault. 
2,135.5.59 : Xov. 8. 

Brouhard, Edward J., Des Jloines. Iowa. Drain cock 
wrench. 2,138,725 : Nov. 29. 

Broulhiet, Georges. Paris. I-'rance. Chassis-frame for 
automobile vehicles. 2.121.497: June 21. 

Brouse, William H. D. (See Bradley, E. H., and Brouse.) 

Brouse, William H. D., and C. J. Hume, assignors to 
International Metal Industries Limited. Toronto. On- 
tario. Canada. Resetting interlock for fluid dispensing 
pumps. 2.12G.447 ; .\ug.'9. 

Brouse, William H. D.. Toronto. Ontario. Canada, as- 
signor to John Wood Manufacturing Company, Inc., 
Conshohocken, Pa. Liquid dispensing apparatus. 
2.138,781 : Xov. 29. 

Brouse, William H. D.. assignor to International Metal 
Industries Limited, Toronto, Ontario. Canada. Sight 
gauge for liquid dispensing pumps. 2,139,148 ; Dec. 6. 

Broiissard, Frank P.. Port Arthur, Tex., assignor to The 
Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for mix- 
ing materials. 2,120.543 : June 14. 



Broussard, Joseph L. (See Cutrer, C. C, and Broussard.) 

Browall, Bert H., assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget Broms- 
regulator, Malmo, Sweden. Variable leverage brake 
rigging. 2,116,010 ; May 3. 

Browall, Bert H., assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget Broms- 
regulator. Malmo, Sweden. Vehicle brake, especially for 
railway cars. 2,116.824 : May 10. 

Browder, Lewis M., East Columbus, Ohio. Safety switch. 
2.127,764 ; Aug. 23. 

Brower, Paul V.. Maywood. HI., assignor to Ditto, In- 
corporated. Material for transfer processes. 2,138,836 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Brown, Albert, Le compte,La. Poultry feeder. 2,114,649 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Brown. Alexander, Brooklvn, N. Y. Ball amusement 
device. 2,129,489 ; Sept. 6. 

Brown. Alexander M.. Ocean Grove. X. J. Slidable fas- 
tener 2,141.900 ; Dec. 27. 

Brown, Andrew, London, England, assignor to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Wheel actuated treadle for railway signaling systems. 
2,124,340 ; July 19. 

Brown, Andrew, R. H. Dunn, and D. G. McKae, London, 
England, assignors to International Standard Electric 
Corporation, X'ew York, N. Y. Electric switch, par- 
ticularly for use in control of railway signals. 
2,108,428 ; Feb. 15. 

Brown, Archibald M., assignor to The Firestone Steel 
Products Company, Akron, Ohio. Apparatus for as- 
sembling spark plugs. 2.106,451 : Jan. 25. 

Brown, Arthur B., Hammond, Ind.. and F. F. Diwoky, 
assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, HI. Ex- 
traction of oils with Improved solvents. 2,138,832 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Brown, Arthur B.. Hammond, Ind., and F. F. Diwoky, 
assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. 
Extracting oils. 2.138,833 ; Dec. 6. 

Brown, Artliur B., Hammond, Ind., and F. F. Diwoky, 
assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, HI. 
Treating oils. 2,138,834 ; Dec. 6. 

Brown, Arthur H., Denver, Colo. Suction valve for 
dentures. 2,115,939 ; May 3. 

Brown, Banks D., assignor to Capstan Glass Company. 
Connellsville, Pa. Glass feeder and method. 
2,113,249 : Apr. 5. 

Brown, Benjamin D., New York, N. Y. Automatic con- 
tour shaping fixture. 2,118,806 ; May 31. 

Brown, Benjamin F., Chicago, 111. Squeegee. 2,116.877 : 
Mav 10. 

Brown, Betsy C, et al. (See Johnson, Paul W., as- 
signor. ) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Beisang, Alfred O., assignor.) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Kranhold, Harry E., assignor.) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Winford. Orion P., assignor.) 

Brown Boveri & Cie. Aktiengesellschaft. (See Ehrensper- 
ger, Charles, assignor.) 

Brown, Bradford W., Northbrook, assignor to Container 
Corporation of America, Chicago, 111. Container. 
2,111,838; Mar. 22. 

Brown. Bradford W., Northbrook, assignor to Container 
Corporation of America, Chicago, HI. Container. 
2,129.462 : Sept 6. 

Brown-Brockmeyer Co., The. (See Brown, Steffen A 
assignor.) 

Brown, C. C. (See Gray, Ellsworth, assignor.) 

Brown. Carl A., Chardon, and C. E. Hahn, Cleveland, 
Ohio, assignors to General Electric Company. Appa- 
ratus for severing glass rod and tubing. 2,120,853 ; 
June 14. 

Brown, Carl D.. assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale. Mass. Loom. 2,105,450 ; Jan. 11. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Bobbing changing loom. 2,107,466 ; Feb. 8. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Shuttle checking means. 2,111,962 ; Mar. 
22. 

Brown, Carl D.. assignor to Draper Corporation. Hope- 
dale, Mass. Shuttle check. 2.112,617 : Mar. 29. 

Brown. Carl D.. assignor to Draper Corporation. Hope- 
dale, Mass. Shuttle check. 2,112,806 ; Mar. 29. 

Brown, Carl D.. assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale. Mass. Beam lock. 2.117,142 ; May 10. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Yielding reed. 2,118,426 ; May 24. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation. Hope- 
dale. JIass. Temple roll. 2.123.824; July 12. 

Brown. Carl D.. assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Bobbin support 2,130,062 ; Sept 13. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Bobbin supporting device. 2,130,315 ; Sept 13. 

Brown, Carl D.. assignor to Draper Corporation. Hope- 
dale, Mass. Thread cutting temple. 2.133.729 ; Oct. 
18. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Loom parallel. 2,139,439 ; Dec. 6. 

Brown, Carl D.. assignor to Draper Corporation. Hope- 
dale. JIass. Loom temple roll. 2.140,448 ; Dec. 13. 

Brown. Carlton E., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to Cincin- 
nati Grinders Incorporated. Grinding machine. 
2,141.853 : Dec. 27. 

Brown, Cecil L., Baton Rouge. La., assignor to Standard- 
I. G. Companv. Hvdrogenation catalvst and prepara- 
tion and use." 2.123.023; July 12. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



89 



Brown, Cecil R., Verona, N. J., assignor to Burroughs 

Wellcome & Co., (U. S. A.) Inc., New York, N. Y. 

Tourniquet. 2,113,534 ; Apr. 5. 
Brown, Charles A., Beaverton, Mich. Water shut-off for 

oil wells. 2,118,067 ; May 24. 
Brown, Charles C, administrator. (See Brown, Spencer 

M.) 
Brown, Charles H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Tuned circuit. 2,126,868 ; 

Aug. 16. 
Brown, Charles H., Brooklyn, N. Y., and W. V. Roberts. 

Princeton, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of 

America. Double cathode electron discharge device and 

circuits. 2,112,267 : Mar. 29. 
Brown, Charles H., Brooklyn, N. Y., and W. V. B. Roberts, 

Princeton, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of 

America. Double cathode electron discharge device and 

circuits. 2.121,007; June 21. 
Brown, Charles M., Lincoln, Nebr. Display rack. 

2,109,379 ; Feb. 22. 
Brown, Charles N., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to E. I. du 

Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Cellu- 

losic structure and making the same. 2,133,805 ; Oct. 

18. 
Brown, Charles N., et al. (See Stein, Frank E., assignor.) 
Brown, Charles R., Champaign, 111., and A. T. Scott, 

Ardmoro, assignors to The Sharpies Specialty Company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Steeping and degerminating process. 

2,122,084 ; June 28. 
Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Forming electrical 

conduit outlet boxes. 2,113,675 ; Apr. 12. 
Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Internal combustion 

engine. 2,126,089 ; Aug. 9. 
Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Roller bearing cage. 

2,130,295 ; Sept. 13. 
Brown, Charles W., Middleboro, Mass. Method of and 

apparatus for electrically cooking frankfurters and other 

articles. 2,107,931 ; Feb. 8. 
Brown, Charley L., assignor of one-half to C. W. McQueen, 

Rushville, Mo. Tractor drive take-off. 2,140,687 ; 

Dec. 20. 
Brown, Chester W. (See Schultz, W. O., and P.rown.) 
Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Setting tool. 2,110,355 ; 

Mar. 8. 
Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Sealing off pipe in wells. 

2,111,062 ; Mar. 15. 
Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Completing wells. 

2,114,521 ; Apr. 19. 
Brown, Cicei-o C, Houston, Tex. Combined back pressure 

valve and wall scraper. 2,117,836 ; May 17. 
Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Back off setting device. 

2,123,930; July 19. 
Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Well packer. 

2,138,569 ; Nov. 29. 
Brown, Clarence E., Benton Harbor, Mich. Self-locking 

vent. 2,113,872 ; Apr. 12. 
Brown, Clarence E.. lienton Harbor, Mich. Camp stove. 

2,133,421 ; Oct. 18. 
Brown, Cleo E. (See Atkinson, J. F., and Brown.) 
Brown Company. (See Aycrs, Fred L., assignor.) 
Brown ( Viiiii)!iny. (See Brown, Orton B., assignor.) 
Brown Company. (See Fish, J., and Barea, assignors.) 
Itrown Company. (See Richler, Ceorge A., assignor.) 
Brown Company. (See Richter, G. A., and Ijovoring, as- 
signors.) 
Brown (."ompany. (See Richter, G. A., and McMurtrie, 

assignors.) 
Brown Company. (See Richter, G. A., and Vannali.) 
Brown Coiiiiiany. (See Schur, Milton O., assignor.) 
Brown, D.ivis, Los Angeles, Calif. Method and machine 

for making clay shingles. 2,113,717; Apr. 12. 
Brown, Edward. (See Brown, John and E.) 
Brown, lOlward I), iriid (;. H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Relaxer. 

2,]'! 0,310; Dec. 13. 
Brown, lOrncst K. (See Wilson, R. R., Brown, and 

While.) 
Brown, lOugcne T., Seattle, Wash. Safety biiiiipcr and 

collision indicator for automobiles. 2,120,459; June II. 
Brown, iOugciie T., Se.'iKIc, Wash. Fireplace screen 

and (liiilt control. 2,121,i:i5; July 19. 
Brown, Francis V., assignor to Automotive Products Com- 
pany Ijiinlted, London, lOngland. Hydraulic controlling 

apparatus. 2,119,410; May 31. 
lirowii, l''ranciH V.. I.oikIdm. .'nKl A. Onwood, Soutliflelds, 

London, •■issignor.-i lo AMioniollvc I'roducts Comitnny 

liiinilc'd, London, lOn^jliind, W'lii-ning and Indicating de- 

vW'e lor airci-iH't. '_', I H;.!)(;() : May 10. 
Brown, I''rank J., assignor to K.istiiin Itrolhcrs Company, 

RocliiHler, N. Y. Name plate. 2,120,H5'I ; June 14. 
lirowri, l''r,'nil< l\'., Sonlli I )aii miomI li, a.MHignor to Contl- 

iK'nliil S(']('w Coniiiany, New I'.cdford, Mass. .Screw 

with Kocld'icd head and plurallly of hIoIh. 2,140,149; 

1 ).'<•. i;;. 

I'.rown, I'-red I)., Roanoke, Vii. .^^Iiocslilni' liose proli'clor. 
2,141.510; Dec. 27. 

Brown, Fred O. C, Grand ItapUlH, Mich. Cuff. 2,10.'^,471 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Itrown, l''icdi'rlcl; It., Iti'ooklyn, N. V., asMlgiKU' lo Anu'il 
can Machine >'(: I''onii<li'v (.'onipanv. AiljuHtiible depth 
chuck. 2,1 IH,-1H5 ; May '21. 

Brown, George II., I liidddnlli'ld, and I). G. C. Luck. Wood- 
bury, N. J., iiKMlgnoiH 111 Uiidio Gorponitloii of Atni'ricii. 
Un<llo traiiHiulltcr 



2,1 I2.K2'1 ; Apr. r.. 



dlnilldu finding (|i\ Icch. 



Brown, George R., Shaker Heights, assignor to The North 
American Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Valve. 2,108,959 ; Feb. 22. 

Brown, Glinn R., assignor of one-third to J. E. Crawford 
and one-third to H. G. Crawford, Bartlesville, Okla. 
Well pump. 2,133.890 : OcL 18. 

Brown, Gouverneur G., Ashuelot, N. H. Socket connec- 
tion. 2,122,244 ; June 28. 

Brown, Grace H. (See Brown, Elward D. and G. H.) 

Brown Gravity-Meter Corporation. (See Brown, Hart, 
assignor.) 

Brown Grease Gun Corporation. (See Frohman, Harry, 
assignor.) 

Brown, H. Brainard, assignor to Taylor Instrument Com- 
panies. Rochester, N. Y. Thermometer. 2,112.648 ; 
Mar. 29. 

Brown, Hart, assignor to Brown Gravity-Meter Corpora- 
tion, Houston, Tex. Force measuring device. 
2,125,282 ; Aug. 2. 

Brown, Henry. (See Soderberg, K. G., and Brown.) 

Brown, Henry W., Providence, R. I. Combined drainage 
support and holder for flower pots. 2,120,599 ; June 14. 

Brown, Herman E., New Brunswick, N. J. Manufacture 
of a therapeutic organic compound. 2,135,031 ; Nov. 1. 

Brown, Howard J., Cawker CJity, Kans. X-Ray apparatus. 
2,132,774; Oct. 11. 

Brown, Hugh C. (See Short, I., and Brown.) 

Brown, Hugo, and W. C. Nicodemus, Barbertou. Ohio, 
assignors to The Diamond Match Company, New York, 
N. Y. Mechanism for assembling match pockets and 
the like. 2,141,460; Dec. 27. 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Fisher, Andrew 
J., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Harrison, 
Thomas R.. assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. 
Grauel, and Kesslor, assignors.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. 
and Side, assignors.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. 
assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. 
P.., assignor.) 

Brown In.struinent Company, The. 
and Krogh, assignors.) 

Brown, James C. (See Frederics, E. O., and Brown.) 

Brown, James C, Mount Vernon, assignor to E. Frederics, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Method of and composition for 
waving hair. 2,115,156; Apr. 26. 

Brown, James V. (See Thornburg, H. A., and Brown.) 

Brown, Jesse B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Velvet Power Brake Company, Detroit, Jlich. Vac- 
uum brake structure. 2,124,454; July 19. 

Brown, Jesse B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Velvet 
Power Brake Company, Detroit. Mich. Auxiliary brake 
and clutch control means for automotive delivery 
wagons and trucks. 2,133,764; Oct. IS. 

Brown, Jesse J., Syracuse, N. Y. Resistance welding 
method. 2,109,461 ; Mar. 1. 

Brown, John nnd E., Wednesbury, England. Rotary valve 
for intcruMl combustion engines. 2.137.129; Nov. 15. 

Brown, John E., assignor of one-half to F. H. Gasser, 
Amherst, Ohio. Fish lure. 2,119,417 ; May 31. 

Brown, John W., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Continental 
Oil Company, Ponca City, Okla. Apparatus for re- 
moving oil troni water. 2.117,273; ^Iay 17. 

Brown, Josejih A., Colorado, Tex., assignor of one-half to 
The riiilip Carev Manufacturing Company. Fire pro- 
tection unit. 2,133,370 ; Oct. 18. 

Brown, Jose pli II., I'.rooklyn, X. V.. assign<u' to Celluloid 
Coi-poral ion. .\rlicli' aiul material containing organic 
d('riv;i(ivi'.>< ol" cellulose. 2,121.013; Jiin<" 21. 

Brown, Joseph IL, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Celluloid 
Corporation. Pleating film. 2,I30.S3S ; Sept. 20. 

Brown, Kenneth C, (>t al. (See Rugh, Harry O.. assignor.) 

I'.rown, Kenneth K, (See Power, J. T., and Brown.) 

Brown, Kenneth I!., Tani.KpiM. I'm., assignor to Alias 
Powder ('(inipany. Wilmington. D(>l. .-Xccc^leraled n\a- 
turing of distilled spirits. 2.114,331; Apr. 19. 

Brown, KeniuMli I!,. Tiiniaipia. I'a,. assignor lo Atlas 
Powder Conipjinv. Wilmington. Del, Ri'covery of poly- 
hv'lrie alcohols.' 2,1IO.(!t;5: May 10, 

Brown. Kenneth I!.. T;imn<iU!i, Pa., assignor to Atlas Pow- 
der Coinpanv, Wilmington, I'lel. R(>slnous esterlfloft- 
tion pnidnets of inner ethers and making same. 
2,1.'! I, 129 ; Oct. 2.'">. 

Brown. Lawrence 10., North Quincy, assignor to L. O. 
Krikson, Maiden. Unaa. Connecter. 2,134,170 ; Oct. 



(See Harrison, T. R., 

(See Harrison, T. R., 

(See Krogh, Anker E., 

(See Moore, Coleman 
(See Moore, C. B., 



Okla. 



I'ri'wound 
.Sunshade. 



Brown, Lee S., and J. TV Oolce. Worlnnd. Wy 

casting reel. 2,1 Kl.Or.'.l ; May 10, 
Bi'owM. Lemnal G.. t)klMhoma ("lly 

2,1 l9,S():i ; ,lnne 7. 
Brown, Leopold. Chicago, III, 

2.131.171 : Oct, 2«. 
Brown, Miie II . INdk. Mii. WmLt Ir.m 
Brown. Miir.HhMll II., iiNnlgnor lo K, 

nionrx \ Conipanv, Wlhulngton, Del 

Keli, 22. 
Brown, Miirvin, New York, \. V. 

NupporltTN and the Ukf. 2, 1. 11.221 ; Oct. I'A. 
Ill-own, Morris, Itelroll, MIrli t'arlmrelor i-liulic coiilrol 

mecluinlsni. 2,r.M,n(il : .inl.v 19. 



Ciitllng machine. 

2.1 in, 000 : Mhv 3. 
L (III Pont de No- 
Alloy. 2,109,28ft; 

Clasp for Burinpnt 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Brown, Morris, La Grange, and A. M. Wagner, Riverside, 

111., assignors to Western Electric Company, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Chromium plating. 

2,127,640 ; Aug. 23. 
Brown, Newton N. (See Gittings. W. L., and Brown.) 
Brown, Ora A., South Gate, assignor to Baash-Ross Tool 

Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Releasing spear. 

2,106,235 ; Jan. 25- 
Brown, Orton B., assignor to Brown Company, Berlin, 

N. H. Apparatus for mixing and reacting purposes. 

2,122,173 ; June 28. 
Brown, Orton B., assignor to Brown Company, Berlin, 

N. H. Apparatus for mixing and reacting purposes. 

2,122,174; June 28. 
Brown, Otto W., Milwaukee, assignor to Wisconsin Ma- 
chinery and Manufacturing Company, West Allis, Wis. 

Slipper-type piston blank. 2,123,165 : July 12. 
Brown, Peter B., Sheffield, England. Gyratory crushing 

machine. 2,135,324 ; Nov. 1. 
Brown, Ralph W., Shorewood, assignor to The Falk Cor- 
poration, Milwaukee, Wis. Variable speed transmission. 

2,130,314 ; Sept. 13. 
Brown, Ray, Pittsburgh, Pa. Securing means. 2,118,372 ; 

May 24. 
Brown, Raymond S., Columbus, Ind. Loose leaf binder. 

2,120,086 ; June 7. 
Brown, Reynolds D., Jr., assignor to Philadelphia Storage 

Battery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Regulator system. 

2.120,884 ; June 14. 
Brown, Robert C, assignor to Du-AU Scaffold Bracket 

Company, Columbus, Ohio. Trestle. 2,132,285 ; Oct. 4. 
Brown, Robert H., New Kensington, assignor to Aluminum 

Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Aluminum alloy. 

2,106,827; Feb. 1. 
Brown, Robert N., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Method of and apparatus for 

plating. 2,115,616; Apr. 26. 
Brown, Robert R., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor to 

Outserts, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Folder for 

containers. 2,127,081 ; Aug. 16. 
Brown, Roderick F., Altus, Okla. Suction tonsillectome. 

2,115,298; Apr. 26. 
Brown & Root, Inc. (See Dunham, Robert M., assignor.) 
Brown, Roy L., Sharon, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Transformer tank structure. 2,121,583 ; June 21. 
Brown, Roy W., Akron, Ohio. Pneumatic suspension 

device. 2,133,279 ; Oct. 18. 
Brown, Russell L., Lowell, Mass., assignor to California 

Process Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Method and 

apparatus for opening, carding, and cleaning fibrous 

material. 2,136,839 ; Nov. 15. 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Graves, 

Benjamin P., assignor.) 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See James, 

Hugh, assignor.) 
Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. ( See Krause, 

August L., assignor.) 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Maglott, 

George F., assignor.) 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Miner, 

Irving O., assignor.) 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Moo, 

Gothard T., assignor.) 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Parker, 

John W., assignor.) 
Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Rich, 

Charles A., assignor.) 
Brown, Sidney C, London. England. Variator for weight 

integrating devices. 2,134,298 ; Oct. 25. 
Brown, Spencer M.. deceased, by C. C. Brown, adminis- 
trator, Los Angeles, Calif. Interchanging sign. 

2,139,149 ; Dec. 6. 
Brown, Steffen A., assignor to The Brown-Brockmeyer 

Co., Inc., Dayton, Ohio. Mounting means. 2,115,569 ; 

Apr. 26. 
Brown, Thomas C, San Francisco, Calif., assignor to 

Thomas A. Edison, Incorporated, West Orange, N. J. 

Record shaving machine. 2,137,383 ; Nov. 22. 
Brown, Thomas E., Jr., Tuxedo Park, N. Y. Scoring 

means for game boards. 2,117,398 ; May 17. 
Brown, Thomas F. W. (See Ford, E. L., and Brown.) 
Brown, Walter J. (See Kinross, R. I., and Brown.) 
Brown, Walter 0., Detroit, Mich. Radio cabinet. 

2,108,846; Feb. 22. 
Brown, William, Detroit, !Mich. Method and apparatus 
for producing felted fiber insulation. 2,107,779 ; Feb. 8. 
Brown, William, assignor to McAdoo & Allen Welting 

Company, Quakertown, Pa. Goodyear welting and 

making same. 2,138,396 ; Nov. 29. 
IJrown, William, assignor to McAdoo & Allen Welting 
Comp.Tnv, Quakertown, Pa. Leather welt. 2,140,047 : 

Dec. 13. 
Brown, William A., Connellsville, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Carborundum Company, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. Cast iron and the manufacture thereof. 
2,119,521 : June 7. 
Brown, William E. (See Dyer, J. B., and Brown.) 
Brown, William E., Oakland, Calif. Door latch. 

2,107,687 ; Feb. 8. 
Brown, William H., et al. (See Saracco, Peter, assignor.) 
Brown, William O., North Hollywood, Calif. Citrus fruit 
juice extractor. 2.130.610 ; Sept. 20. 



Brown, William S., Knoxville, Tenn. Power reverse 
mechanism. 2,112.760 ; Mar. 29. 

Brown, William T., assignor to Fibre Processing Limited, 
Wellington, New Zealand. Apparatus for the treat- 
ment of fibers. 2,108,578 ; Feb. 15. 

Brown, Wolfe W., Short Hills, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Terminal strip. 2,140,894 ; Dec. 20. 

Browne, Burton, Chicago, 111., assignor to Supreme Instru- 
ments Corporation. Metering device. 2,112,516 ; Mar. 
29. 

Browne, Cecil O., West Acton, London, assignor to 
Electric and Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, Eng- 
land. Television transmitter. 2,122,974 ; July 5. 

Browne, Cecil O., West Acton, London, and J. Hardwlck, 
West Drayton, assignors to Electric and Musical In 
dustries Limited, Middlesex, England. Picture and 
sound transmission. 2,124,394 ; July 19. 

Browne, Cecil O., West Acton, London, assignor to Elec- 
tric and Musical Industries Limited, Haves, England. 
Television and the like system. 2,133.422 ; Oct. 18. 

Browne, Kenneth A., Paterson, N. J., assignor to Wright 
Aeronautical Corporation. Fuel metering and dis- 
tributing system. 2,137,384 ; Nov. 22. 

Browne, Lindsay H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Josiah Anstice & Co. Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Motor car 
control device. 2,106,401 ; Jan. 25. 

Browne, Lindsay H., Pittsford, N. Y., assignor to Kellogg 
Compressor and Manufacturing Corporation. Com- 
pressor structure. 2,117,601 ; May 17. 

Browne, Lindsay H., assignor to Josiah Anstice & Co. Inc., 
Rochester, N. Y. Motor car control. 2,123,074 ; July 5. 

Browne, Lindsay H., Pittsford, N. Y., assignor to Kellogg 
Compressor and Manufacturing Corporation. Bearing 
seal. 2,124,183 ; July 19. 

Browne, Lindsay H., Pittsford, N. Y., assignor to Kellogg 
Compressor and Manufacturing Corporation. Refrig- 
erating apparatus. 2,136,097 ; Nov. 8. 

Browne, Lindsay H., Pittsford, N. Y., assignor to Kellogg 
Compressor and Manufacturing Corporation. Air com- 
pressing apparatus. 2,136,098 ; Nov. 8. 

Browne, Lindsay H., assignor to Josiah Anstice & Co., 
Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Automobile reverse control. 
2,141,289 ; Dec. 27. 

Browne-Morse Company. (See Weesies, Menno E., as- 
signor.) 

Browne, Patrick W. (See Gullo, S. S., and Browne.) 

Browne-Wintners Co. ( See Wandell, James W., assignor. ) 

Brownell, Byrd, Ely, Minn. Knife sheath. 2,117,937 ; 
May 17. 

Brownell, Earl C, Pasco, Wash. Portable sign. 
2,130,945; Sept. 20. 

Brownell, Earl C, Pasco, Wash. Portable sign. 
2,141,342 ; Dec. 27. 

Browner, Cecil M., Beaumont, Calif. Tunnel mucking 
apparatus. 2,107,688 ; Feb. 8. 

Brownfield. George W., Washington, D. C. Package and 
closure for the same. 2,112.477 ; Mar. 29. 

Browning, J. M. & M. S., Company. (See Browning, 
Marriner A., assignor.) 

Browning, J. M., and M. S., Company. (See Browning, 
Val A.., assignor.) 

Browning, Marriner A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Brown- 
ing Company, Ogden. Utah. Firing mechanism for 
automatic firearms. 2.116.139 ; May 3. 

Browning, Marriner A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Brown- 
ing Company, Ogden, Utah. Firing mechanism for auto- 
matic firearms. 2,116,140; May 3. 

Browning, Marriner A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Brown- 
ing Company, Oeden, Utah. Gas operated automatic 
firearm. 2,116,141 ; May 3. 

Browning, Marriner A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Browning 
Company, Ogden. Utah. Firearm. 2,118,536 ; May 24. 

Browning, Marriner A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Brovim- 
ing Company, Ogden, Utah. Repeating firearm. 
2,127,838 ; Aug. 23. 

Browning, Marriner A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Browning 
Company, Ogden, Utah. Detachable barrel construction 
for firearms. 2,131,716 ; Sept. 27. 

Browning, Yal A., Liege, Belgium, assignor to J. M. and 
M. S. Browning Company, Ogden, Utah. Repeating 
firearm. 2,104,581 ; Jan. 4. 

Browning, Val A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Browning 
Company, Ogden, Utah. Repeating firearm. 2,108,648 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Brownjohn, Joseph H., assignor to Imperial Typewriter 
Company Limited, Leicester, England. Teaching and 
practising typewriting. 2,109,442 ; Feb. 22. 

Brownlee, Harold J., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assignor to The 
Quaker Oats Company, Chicago, 111. Producing fur- 
fural. 2,140,572 ; Dec. 20. 

Brownlee, Robert L., assignor to Dreis & Krump Mfg. 
Company, Chicago, 111. Hydraulic hold-down for 
squnring shears. 2,105.402; Jan. 11. 
Brownlee. Robert L., assignor to Dreis & Krump Mfg. 
Company, Chicago. 111. Back gauge for squaring shears. 
2 125 53*9 * Aug 2. 

Brownlee, Robert L., Chicago, 111. Friction clutch. 
2,135,384 ; Nov. 1. 

Brownscombe, Eugene R., Aldan, assignor to The Atlantic 
Refining Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Treatment of 
hydrocarbon oils. 2,115,704 ; May 3. 

Brownson. Percy J., Hastings, Minn. Fly swatter. 
2,136,233 ; Nov. 8. 



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LIST OF PATENTEES 



91 



Brownsteln, Arthur, Brooklyn, assignor to Deal Electric 

Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Electrical attach- 
ment fitting. 2,110,197 ; Mar. 8. 
i'.iownstein, Benjamin, EUwood City, Pa. Continuous 

tube or bar rolling mill. 2,140,414 ; Dec. 13. 
Brownver, Nelson R., and L. R. Buckendale, assignors to 

The Timken-Detroit Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Re- 
silient joint for use in car wheels and the like. 

2,126,169 ; Aug. 9. 
Broyles, Wayne C. (See Smith, Benjamin F. and W. E., 

and Broyles.) 
Brozek, Stanley, Dearborn, Mich. Building block and 

wall made therefrom. 2,114,774 ; Apr. 19. 
Brozek, Stanley, Dearborn, Mich. Ventilated block and 

wall construction. 2,137,153 ; Nov. 15. 
Brozek, Stanley, Dearborn, Mich. Building block and 

wall construction ventilated horizontally and verti- 
cally. 2,138,724; Nov. 29. 
Brubaker, Jacob E., assignor to The Hubley Manufactur- 
ing Company, Lancaster, Pa. Toy pistol. 2,137,154 ; 

Nov. 15. 
Brubaker, Merlin M. (See Charch, W. H., Brubaker, and 

Meigs. 
Brubaker, Merlin M., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

& (Company, Wilmington, Del. Phenolic compounds. 

2,110,077 ; Mar. 1. 
Brubaker, Merlin INI., Wilmington. Del., and L. P. Hubbuch, 

Springfield, Pa., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

& Company, Wilmington, Del. Artificial leather. 

2,121,684 ; June 21. 
Brubaker, Phares S., Sterling, Ohio. Dry apple butter. 

2,115,191 ; Apr. 26. 
Bruce, Albert W., Ottumwa, Iowa. Apparatus for treat- 
ing poultry. 2,105,107; Jan. 11. 
Bruce, Alvin B., Kansas City, Mo. Brake mechanism. 

2,122,678 ; July 5. 
Bruce, Donald S., Somerville, N. J., assignor to Johns- 

Manville Corporation, New York, N. Y. Composite 

brake block. 2,136,.^)85 ; Nov. 15. 
Bruce, Donald S., Somerville, and R. E. Berg, Plainfield, 

N. J., assignors to Johns-Manvllle Corporation, New 

York, N. Y. Making vibration-damped structure. 

2,106,792; Feb. 1. 
Bruce, E. L., Company. (See Bruce, Robert G., assignor.) 
Bruce, E. L., (Company. (See Fellman, Evan L., assignor.) 
Bruce, E. L., Company. (See Gray, Milton, assignor.) 
Bruce, Edmond, Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele 

phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Radio communication system. 2.133,806 ; Oct. 18. 
Bruce, John M., New York, N. Y. Method and apparatus 

for cooling brew. 2,140,895 ; Dec. 20. 
Bruce, John M., New York, N. Y. Liquid cooling system. 

2,140,896 ; Dec. 20. 
Bruce, Robert G., assignor to E. L. Bruce Company, 

Memphis, Tenn. Wood block flooring. 2.113,070 : 

Apr. 5. 
Bruce, William M.. Mount Holly, N. J., and R. Riley, 

Long Island City, assignors to The Permutit Company, 

New York, N. Y. Altered glauconite and method of 

altering. 2,139,299 ; Dec. 6. 
Bruclie, Ernst, Berlin-Reinickendorf, assignor to 

AUgemeine Elektricitatz Ge.sellschaft, Berlin, Germany. 

Braun tube. 2,122,5.55 ; July 5. 
Brtlcke, Otto, Hochspeyer, Germany, assignor to American 

Lurgl Corporation, New York, N. Y. Hydrogenating 

fatty acids. 2,127,716; Aug. 23. 
Bruckmosor, Ludwig. (See Steinlein, G., and Bruck- 

moser.) 
Bruckner, Richard. (See Buschbeck, W., and Bruckner.) 
Bruckner, Richard, a.ssignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 

fiir Drahtlose T(>legr;ii)liie in. b. TI., Berlin, Germany, 

Transmiller circuil. 2.138,138: Nov. 29. 
Bruckner, Rieliard, and R. Gilrller, assignors to Tcli"- 

funUen Gesellselmfl fiir Drnlidose Telegrapliie m. b. II.. 

Berlin. (Jennniiv. Keying. 2, 11-1. 332; Apr. 19. 
Bruder, Edmund, Chicago, 111. Smoking tube. 2,119,198; 

May 31. 
Brudei', Peter P., Wanwatosa. Wis. Electric lawn edge 

trimmer. 2,1.39,353; Dec. fi. 
Biupck, Theodore M., assignor to Ilex Optical Company, 

Rocliesler, N. Y. Shutter opernling mechanism. 

2,129,501 ; Sept. 0. 
Brueck, Tlieodnre M., assignor to Ilex Optical Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. Lens and dlapliraKui assembly. 

2.129,502; Sept. 0. 
Hrueck. Theodore M., assignor to Ilex Opllciil Cnmpnny, 

Rix-liesler, N. Y. Lens and diaphragm assembly. 

2,141.081 ; Dee. 27. 
Brueckmann, lOarl ('., Bloomfleld. N. .1., assignor, liy mesne 

asKlgnments, to WeHllnghouse lOleetrle and Miiniifiietur 

Ing Company, lOast I'lttshurgh, I'a, Discharge lamp, 

2,11 3,3 M ; Apr. 5. 
Bruoggemnn, lOlmer C, Akron, assignor to Selberlhig 

Latex I'rodncls ("ompany, Barberton, Ohio. Deposlfed 

rubber and like article and mnkhig same. 2,132,000; 

Oct. 4. 
I'.iuelil, Lawrence. (See Otto, S., and Biiielil.) 
Itiiiengger, Ilclnrlcli. (Seo Oraenacher, C, and 

Bruengger.) 
Itruengger, Ilelnrlcli. (Seo Graenadn'r, ('., Ilrvienggor, 

and Ackermnnn.) 
HrucHke, (Jeorgi- A. (,Si>e Slechbart, II . and Itnii'Mke.) 
Brngger, lOmlli', V»ll«>y Stream, N. V. Antomatlo nnlln 

Hlnllon selector. 2.100.711; Feb. 1. 



Brugger, Emile, Valley Stream, N. Y. Automatic radio 
control. 2,106,715 ; Feb. 1. 

Brugger, Ida W. (See Schlitz, John, assignor.) 

Brugmann, Herman H., Spencer, Iowa. Storm sash op- 
erating means. 2,117,540 ; May 17. 

Brfigmann, William F., Evanston, 111. Printer's register 
hook. 2,124,728 ; July 26. 

Briigmann, William F., Evanston, 111. Printing plate 
mounting. 2,125,331 ; Aug. 2. 

Bruhe, Herbert, Berlin, assignor to Siemens & Halske 
Aktiengesellschaft, Siemenstadt, near Berlin, Germany. 
Antenna tensioning device. 2,134,027 ; Oct. 25. 

Brumback, Orville S., et al. (See Smith, David, C, as- 
signor.) 

Brumbaugh, Andrew K., assignor to The White Motor 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Control mechanism for 
automotive vehicles. 2,117.016 : May 10. 

Brummett, Charles N., Wharton, Tex. Directional drill- 
ing device. 2,119,095 ; May 31. 

Brump, Herbert L., and A. R. Lambert, Dayton, Ohio : 
said Brump assignor to said Lambert. Abrading anil 
cutting apparatus. 2,120,928 ; June 14. 

Brumwell, Vincent B., San Diego, Calif. Automatic vari- 
able pitch propeller. 2,131,217 ; Sept. 27. 

Brun, Arne, and J. A. Honne, assignors to I. A. Honne, 
Oslo, Norway. Device for threading the needle in sew- 
ing machines. 2,108,474 ; Feb. 15. 

Brlin, Willi, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc. Chemical compound. Re. 20,718 ; 
May 10. 

Briin, Willi, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc. Ammunition. 2,111,203 ; Mar. 
15. 

Brun, Willi, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc. Basic lead styphnate and making 
it. 2,137,234; Nov. 22. 

I'.run, Willi, and J. E. Burns, Bridgeport, Conn., assignors 
to Remington Arms Company, Inc. Ammunition. 
2,116,878; May 10. 

Brundage, Alfred H., Maplewood, N. J. Filter unit. 
2,141,903 ; Dec. 27. 

Brundred Oil Corporation. (See Brundred, William J.. 
assignor.) 

Brundin, Harold E., assignor to C. F. Schaub, Longview, 
Wash. Egg carton. 2,113,459 ; Apr. 5. 

Brundred, William J., assignor to Brundred Oil Corpora- 
tion, Oil City, Pa. Oil production apparatus. 
2,133,730; Oct. 18. „. , ., 

Bruno, Otto. Wangen/Allgau, assignor to Zellstofffabrik 
Waldhof, Mannheim-Waldhof, Germany. Cellulose cook- 
ing process. 2.140.21S: Dec. 13. 

Bruner, Donald L., Coral Gables, Fla. Retractable land- 
ing light. 2.105,137: Jnn. 11. 

Bruner. Donald L., Coral Gables, Fla. Retractable land- 
ing light. 2,124.050: July 19. 

Bruner, Ralph R.. and L. R. Reddi'U, Loma Linda, Calif. 
Orchard heater. 2.130,227: Sept. 13. 

BrunhofT Manufacturing Company, The. (See Karst, 
Clarence E., assignor.) 

Brunhuber, Rudolf. (See Locke, K., and Brunhuber.) 

Briining. Ilans. and O. Schiiller, assignors to the firm of 
W. (". lleraeus, (J. m. b. IT., Ilanau, Germany. Drying 
box and incubator. 2.112,731 ; Mar. 29. 

Briining, Paul, Berlin, Germany. Tens carry mechanism. 
2,114,050 ; Apr. 19. 

Brunk. Harold J., and F. F. Doerich, assignors to The 
C. F. Pease Company, Chicago, 111. Carbon holder. 
2,1 11. 310 ; Mar. 15. 

Brunk, Harold J., and M. Dickason, Chicago, 111., as 
sigiior to The C. F. Pease Company. Manufacture nnd 
development of light-sensitive coated paper. 2,141,103; 
Dec. 20. 

Brunke, l''ri(z, l!i>rlin-Sleglilz, CorniMiiy, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Coinnanv. rroducing dry iilale elements 
for selenium lectifiers and the like. 2,137, S31 ; Nov. 

Brunker, George N., Salt Lake City, Utah. Weiithor 

strip for closures. 2,120,720; Aug. 16. 
BrunUer. (ieorge N.. Salt Lake City, Utah. Weather strip 

for closures. 2.120,727; Aug. 10. 
I'.ninkiiw. .\lvin I'.. ,\lma. Wis. Speed control for weld 

Ing niaehines. 2,i:',!).93l : Dee, i;t, . .. , , 

Bninner. Anton, assignor to Frledrleh Deckel, Munich, 

Gerninnv. IMimp. 2.i;t0.5-_M : Sept. 20. 
Brunner. Arnold. Kranlifort en tlu-Main Hoehst. Germiinv, 

assignor to (Jeneial Aniline Works. Ine,, New York, 

N. Y. WMter-solubh- iidilitlon comiioiinils, containing 

sulphur, of alkyl or aralUyl halldes and preparing them 

2,111,200; Mar. IB. 
Itnmner. Arnold, H. Greune. M. Thiele, and K. Thlea.s. 

I'rankfort on the Main, GiM-ninny, assignors to (Jcneral 

Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. V. DyestulT-8Ul 

phiniii' acids of tin- dlii\a/ine series and process of pre 

liaring lln-m. 2.131.505; Oct. 25. 
Mrunnei', ('(ira M . ■•\eeiil rl\. (Se<' Brunner, John.) 
Ilrunner, John, ileceased. Clilcago. III. ; (". M. nrunner, 

executrix, ("oollng rails. 2. 121).<i-0 ; .Sept. 13. 
Kriinner, John, deceased. Cliii'ago. III. ; (\ M, llniniior, 

e\ecnlii\, M.'iniil'Mi'tnilnL- wheels, 2,r-'!».0TI ; Se|it. IS. 
Itiimner. Karl II., Ilogoln, Colondiia. I'refalirlcated cubic 

nulls for small houses. 2.115.(115; Apr. 20. 
llrnnni'r. Itolierl I... el ul. (Se.> Mnlnlii, NleholiiM. an 

signer,! 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Brunner, Walter. (See Zerweck, W., Kunze, and Brun- 
ner.) 

Briinnert, Otto. (See Severln, E., and Briinnert.) 

Bruno, Basilio D., La Salle, 111. Boiler construction. 
2,115,614; Apr. 26. 

Bruno, Franlc, et al. (See Kushner, Franlv, assignor.) 

Bruno, William A., New York, N. Y. Microphone. 
2,130,946; Sept. 20. 

Bruns, Clarence H., Madison, Wis. Electric door lock 
for automobiles. 2,139,183 ; Dec. 6. 

Bruns, William H. (See Dunn, E. L., and Bruns.) 

Bruns, William H., Yonkers, assignor to Otis Elevator 
Company, New York, N. Y. Electromagnetic control 
device. 2,125,149 ; July 26. 

Bruns, William H., Lincolndale, assignor to Otis Ele- 
vator Company, New York, N. Y. Electromagnetic 
control device. 2,125,150 ; July 26. 

Brunskill, Frederick, Liverpool, England. Wallet. 
2,130,454; Sept. 20. 

Brunst, Henry C. (See Kotraschek, L. C, and Brunst.) 

Brunstrum, Lawrence C. (See JlacLaren, F. H., and 
Brunstrum.) 

Brunstrum, Lawrence C, assignor to Standard Oil Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Grease. 2,108,644; Feb. 15. 

Brunstrum, Lawrence C, Chicago, 111., and E. W. Adams, 
Hammond, Ind., assignors to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Grease. 2,108,643 ; Feb. 15. 

Brunstrum, Lawrence C, Chicago, and F. H. MacLaren, 
Calumet City, assignors to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Acid resistant and metal adherent com- 
positions of matter and making same. 2,119,522 ; 
June 7. 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Matte- 
son, J. O., and Hansen, assignors.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See McKen- 
zie, Herman E., assignor.) 

Brunswig, Heinrich. (See Kramar, E.. and Brunswig.) 

Brunt & Company. (See Brunt, J. P., and Maston, as- 
signors. ) 

Brunt, John P., Chicago, and E. E. Maston, Wilmette, as- 
signors to ]3runt & Company, Chicago, 111. Box. 
2,106,907 ; Feb. 1. 

Brunt, John P., Chicago, and E. E. Maston, Wilmette, as- 
signors to Brunt & Company, Chicago, 111. Channel- 
vented box. 2,106,908 ; Feb. 1. 

Bruiit, John P., Chicago, and E. E. Maston, Wilmette, 
assignors to Brunt & Company, Chicago, 111. Thick- 
ness gauge. 2,138,290 ; Nov. 29. 

Brus, Emile P., Kansas City, Mo., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Air Conditioning Equipment Inc. Air 
conditioning device. 2,133,343 : Oct. 18. 

Brush, Abbott P., Greenwich, Conn. Flashlight. 
2,120,238 ; June 14. 

Brush, Corning S. (See Monnier, J. A., and Brush.) 

Brush Development Company, The. (See Sawyer, Charles 
B., assignor.) 

Brush Development Company, The. (See Sawyer, C. B., 
Tower, and Williams, assignors.) 

Brush Development Company, The. (See Williams, Al- 
fred L. W., assignor.) 

Brush, John G. (See Davis, C. P., Brush, and Peck.) 

Bruski, Sylvester D, J. (See Glenzinski, Edward R,, 
assignor.) 

Bruso, William F., Worcester, Mass. Game apparatus. 
2,141,948 ; Dec. 27. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Sulphonated alkyl-aryloxy-alkylols. 
2,106,716; Feb. 1. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Organic compounds containing ether 
and thio ether linkages. 2,107,366 ; Feb. 8. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Polysulphonates of aromatic polv- 
alkylene ethers. 2,107,367; Feb. 8. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Hvdroxyaralkvlamino organic sul- 
phonates. 2,112,434 ; Mar. 29. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Aryloxy polyalkylene ether sul- 
phonates. 2,115,192 ; Apr. 26. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Organic nitrogen bases and their 
salts. 2,115,250 ; Apr. 26. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Plasticizer and method for manu- 
facturing. 2,117,293 ; IMay 17. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Cliloroether esters of dibasic acids. 
2,120,544 ; June 14. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to RShm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Aromatic polyether amines. 
2,132,674; Oct. 11. 

Bruson, Herman A., Elkins Park, assignor to Rohm & 
Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Alcohols and making 
same. 2,114,122 ; Apr. 12. 

Bruson, PTerman A., Elkins Park, assignor to Rohm & 
Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Compositions and 
process. 2,125,885 ; Aug. 9. 

Bruson, Herman A., and L. \V. Covert, assignors to Rohm 
& Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Reaction product 
and process. 2,106,452; Jan. 25. 



Bruson, Herman A., Elkins Park, and O. Stein, Lans- 
downe, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Reaction products of a primary alcohol and 
a tertiary aralkyl amine sulphuric acid salt. 2,127,103 ; 
Aug. 16. 

Bruson, Herman A., and J. W. Eastes, assignors to Rohm 
& Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Acylated ethers 
and making same. 2,132,675 ; Oct. 11. 

Brusse, Lester W., Houston, Tex. Wall construction. 
2,109,719 ; Mar. 1. 

Brussell, David. (See Askin, Morris W., assignor.) 

Brussell, Jacob, New York, N. Y., assignor to I. Friedman, 
Roselle, N. J. Open stitch sewing machine. 2,136,781 ; 
Nov. 15. 

Bryan, Arthur H., Baltimore, Md. Valence block for 
illustrating chemical reactions. 2.140,103 ; Dec. 13. 

Bryan, Bert, La Fayette, Ind. Ironing table. 2,134,431 : 
Oct. 25. 

Bryan, Clare, Chicago, 111. Fishhook. 2,106,370; Jan. 
25. 

Bryan, Harry F., Chicago, 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Carburetion system for engines. 
2,123,522 ; July 12. 

Bryan, Thomas E., Oklahoma City, Okla. Fluid producing 
apparatus. 2,128,073 ; Aug. 23. 

Bryan, Thomas E., Oklahoma City, Okla. Well flowing 
apparatus. 2,128,074 ; Aug. 23. 

Bryan, Thomas E., Oklahoma City, Okla. Gas lift valve. 
2,137,441 ; Nov. 22 ; 

Bryant, Beatrice G., Oklahoma City, Okla. Envelope 
vanity. 2,104,361 ; Jan. 4. 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Forstrom, Edward 
E., assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Johnson, George A., 
assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Webster, Benjamin 
C., assignor.) 

Bryant Heater Company, The. (See Beam, Vilynn O., as- 
signor.) 

Bryant Heater Company, The. (See Fox, Otto, assignor.) 

Bryant Heater Company, The. (See Stark, W. E., and 
Patterson, assignors.) 

Bryant, Jerrus M., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Link- 
Belt Company. Cotter for roller chains. 2,130,063 ; 
Sept. 13. 

Bryant, John W., Jr., Minneapolis, Minn, Bronze alloy. 
2,129,197 ; Sept. 6. 

Bryant, Newton W. (See Bjornson, B. G., and Bryant.) 

Bryant, Raymond W., Grand Coulee, Wash. Compressed 
air operated pump. 2,141,427 ; Dec. 27. 

Bryant, Robert C, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Carboroundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Manufacture of flexible abrasive articles. 2,108,645 : 
Feb. 15. 

Bryant, Robert C, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Car- 
borundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Curved abra- 
sive fabric. 2,115,904; May 3. 

Bryant, Roy B., Dallas, Tex. Razor. 2,127,717 ; Aug. 23. 

Bryant, Stanley C, Des Plaines, 111., assignor to General 
Railway Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. Flashing 
light signal. 2,132,097 ; Oct. 4. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Accounting machine. 

2.106.476 ; Jan. 25. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Accounting machine. 

2.106.477 ; Jan. 25. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Multiplying device. 
2,113,229 ; Apr. 5. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Accounting machine. 
2,120,228 ; June 14. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Printing and accounting 
machine. 2,129,645 ; Sept. 13. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor to Interna- 
tional Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Synchi-onous clock system. 2,135,935 ; Nov. 8. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Jlachines Corporation. New York, 
N. Y. Automatic decimal point selecting device for 
accounting machines. 2,141,598 ; Dec. 27. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Statistical machine. 2,124,906 ; July 26. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Printing mechanism. 2,131,913 ; Oct. 4. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machine Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Checking device for multiplying machines. 
2, 141, .599 ; Dec. 27. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfleld, N. J., and G. F. Daly, 
Johnson City, assignors, by mesne assignments, to In- 
ternational Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Accounting machine. 2,138,337; Nov. 29. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bryce, William H., Jlemphis, Tenn., assignor to Dixie 
Wax Paper Company, Dallas, Tex. Manufacturing 
moisture and moisture vaporproof papers. ' iJ,118,152 ; 
JXay 24. 

Brye, Carl S., Minnewaukan, N. Dak. Feed mechanism 
for grain separators. 2,135,099 ; Nov. 1. 

Brye, Carl S., Minnewaukan, N. Dak. Seed separator. 
2,138,021 ; Nov. 29. 

Brykczynski, Charles S. (See Kosman, J., and Brykczyn- 
ski.) 

Brykczynski, Charles S., and J. Kosman, Brooklyn, as- 
signors to Geo. F. Stuhmer & Company, New York, 
N. y. Bread loaf forming machine. 2,136,487 ; Nov. 
15. 

Bryson, George W. (See Owen, J. E., and Bryson..) 

Bub, George Jj. (See Matteson, N. F., Bub, and Moore.) 

Bubar, Hudson H.. New York, N. Y. Dust collecting 
apparatus. 2,122,511 ; July 5. 

liubblestone Company, The. (See Rice, John A., as- 
signor.) 

Bublitz, Edward J., Chicago, 111. Ornamental tree. 
2,129,563; Sept. 6. 

Bublitz, Otto J., Milwaukee, Wis. Apparatus for treating 
steam heating systems. 2,115,971 ; May 3. 

Buc, Hyym E. (See Rosen, R., Buc, and Lebo, assignors.) 

Buc, Hyym E., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Alkyl phenols. 2,104,412 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Buc, Hyym E., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Petroleum phenolic material. 
2,134,547 : Oct. 25. 

Buc, Hyym E., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Sulphatiou of chlorhydrins. 
2.] 30,669; Dec. 13. 

Bucci, Marc A., Hoboken, N. J. Milking cow toy. 
2,106,562 ; Jan. 25. 

Buccicone, Dario, Gary, Ind. Sheet guide. 2,108,364 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Buccicone, Dario, Gary, Ind. Feed regulating device. 
2,141,104; Dec. 20. 

Buchach, Edward M., assignor to Howard Safety Win- 
dow, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Window construction. 
2,119,199 : May 31. 

Buchanan, Arthur J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Southern Dyestulf Corporation, Charlotte, N. C. Dye- 
ing. 2,130,415 ; Sept. 20. 

Buchanan, Arthur J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Southern Dyestuff Corporation, Charlotte, N. C. Dye- 
ing. 2,130,416; Sept. 20. 

Buchanan, Edward S., Riverdale, N. J. Coaster brake. 
2,137,562; Nov. 22. 

Buchanan, Ferdinand C, assignor of one-half to A. A, 
Kramer, and one-half to Butler Manufacturing Com 
pany, Kansas City, JIo. Combination trailer tank and 
stake body. 2,119,772 ; June 7. 

Buchanan, Gordon, East Orange, N. J., assignor to Penn- 
sylvania Crusher Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Crusher 
frame. 2,125,666 ; Aug. 2. 

Buchanan, James It., and T. W. Watts, Manchester, 
England. Watering-can roses. 2,124,184 ; July 19. 

Buchanan, John C, Detroit, Mich., assignor to Borg- 
Warncr Orporation. Refrigerating apparatus. 
2,1 07,. "562 ; Fob. 8. 

Buclianan, John C, Ypsilanti, Mich., assignor to Borg- 
\Vnrn(!r Coiponition, Cliicago, III. Transmission syn- 
chronizer. 2,129,342 ; Sept. 0. 

Buchanan, John C, Detroit, Mich., assignor to Borg- 
Warner Corporation. Refrigerating apparatus. 

2,134,101 : Oct. 25. 

Buchanan, Leslie B. M., .Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westingliouso Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
I'iltsburgli, Pa. Refrigerating ai)paratus. 2,123,17!); 
July 12. 

Buclianan, Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Wcslingliouwe Electric & Alanufacluring Comjjany, iOast 
I'it Isljui'gii, I'a, 'J'wo Iciiipcralurc i-cl'rigcr.'il ing app.'i- 
ralus. 2,12:',,497 ; July ] 2. 

I'.ucli.in.'in, Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
West iiigliouse JOlectric & Manufacturing Company, East 
riilNlmrgli, Pa. Refrigerating apparatus. 2,123,498; 
July 12. 

Uiichantin, licslle B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
WoHtlngliouse El<'ctric & Manufncturing Coniijany, 
East Pittsburgli, Pa. Refrigeration app;uatuH, 
2.1.'i3,9-18; Oct. 25. 

I'liclianiin. Lr'slie H. M., Siniiiglleld, Mass., assignor Ik 
WcMtiiiglioiise Electric Sc Maiuil'actui'ing Company, East 
PiltKburgli, Pa. Refrlgeratioii apparatus. 2,133,949; 
Oct. 25. 

Bucliiiiian, lyeslle B. M., Springfield, IMass., nsHlgnor to 
WeKllngliouse JOlectric & MainifMCturlng (^)mpany, lOast 
Plttsliiugli, pM. Refrlgciadiig apparatus and method. 
2,l;{:{,950: Oct. 25. 

Buclianan, Leslie 15. M,, Hl>rlng(lelil, Mmhm., nHslgnor to 
WcHtinglioMse lOlectrlcA MiiinifMcliniMg ('oiiipany, EmhI 
Plttsburgli, Pa. RelrlgeiM I Ing iiielliod and appaiMlns. 
2,L't3,952 ; Oct. 2.'i. 

IliicliM?iMn. Leslie B. M., Spriiiglleld, Mass., assignor to 
Westlngliouse lOlect ric <Sc INIamifaeturlng CoMllinliy, lOriHt 
Plttshiirgh, Pa. Refrigerating appiinitiiH. 2,i:t3,».^3; 
Oct. 2.'). 

liiicliaiian, Leslie B. ^^, Springfield, Mmhh., uHHlgnor to 
WcHtlnglinuHe Electric Sc MannCacturIng (N)inpaiiy, EiiHt 
PlllHlHugli, I'a. Refrlgenithig apparatUH. 2,13:i.0n4 ; 
Oct. 25. 



Buchanan, Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Control for two-temperature refriger- 
ators. 2,133,955 : Oct. 25. 

Buchanan, Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigerating apparatus. 2,133,956 ; 
Oct. 25. 

Buchanan, Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigerating apparatus. 2,133,959 : 
Oct. 25. 

Buchanan, Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigeration apparatus. 2,133,961 ; 
Oct. 25. 

Buchanan, Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigerating apparatus. 2,133,964 ; 
Oct. 25. 

Buchanan. Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Method and apparatus for controlling 
refrigerating machines. 2,133,966 ; Oct. 25. 

Buchanan, Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Slanufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Control for refrigerating apparatus. 
2,133,967 ; Oct. 25. 

Buchanan, Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Cooling system for compressors. 
2.139,996 ; Dec. 13. 

Buchanan. Stephen N., assignor to The Thomas & Betts 
Co.. Elizabeth. N. J. Wire connecter. 2,117,112 ; May 
10. 

Buchanan, William E., assignor to Appleton Wire \A'orks, 
Inc., Appleton, Wis. Wire fabric joint and producing 
same. 2,141,706 ; Dec. 27. 

Biiche, Karl. (See Fulda. W.. Wiedbrauck. and Biiclie.) 

Biiche, Karl. (See Wiedbrauch, E., Schrader, and Biiche.) 

Buchel, Johannes A., and R. N. J. Saal, Amsterdam, 
Netherlands, assignor to Shell Development Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Refining mineral oil. 2,124,606 ; 
July 26. 

Bucher, Emmy, New York, N. Y. Hood for baby car- 
riages. 2,134,855 ; Nov. 1. 

Bucher, Joseph, Oak Park, and E. F. Tullar, Wheaton, 111., 
assignors to Food Machinery Corporation, San Jose, 
Calif. Pressure cooler. 2,135,165 ; Nov. 1. 

Bucherer, Hans T., Munich, Germany. Preparing mi.ved 
esters from phenolaldehyde resins. 2,124,285 ; July 19. 

Biichi, Alfred, Winterthur, Switzerland. Slide valve con- 
trolled four-stroke cycle internal combustion engine. 
2,108,365; Feb. 15. 

Biichi, Alfred, Winterthour, Switzerland. Supercharged 
int(>rnal combustion engine. 2.113,077 ; Apr. 5. 

Buchler, Clifford C, and S. H. Diggs, (iasper, Wvo., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, III. "Solvent 
extraction of mineral lubricating oils. 2,141.511 ; Dec. 
2T. 

Buchman, Edwin R., assignor to Research Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Thiazole compounds and making 
them. 2,133,969 ; Oct. 25. 

Buchman, Irving, Seagate, N. Y. Pillow and cushion. 
2,118,480; May 24. 

Buchmann, Ewald, and E. Hobble, Berlin, assignors to 
Siemens & Ilalske Aktiengesellschaft, Siemensstadt, 
n<'.ir P.erlin, (leiiiiany. Electrical circuit control de- 
vice. 2,111,386 ; Mar. 15. 

Bilchner, Artur, and IT. Neumann, Berlin-Siomensstadt, 
and II. Roinboth, Berlin, assignors to Siemens & Ilalske 
Aktiengesellschaft, Siemensstadt, near Berlin, Ger- 
many. Manufacturing permanent magnets. 2,124,607 ; 
July 20. 

Buelis, William L., Keumore. assignor to Fodders Mau\i- 
l'a<'liiring Company, Inc., BulTalo, N. Y. Gas cleaner. 
2,129,190 ; Sept. 6. 

Bucliser, .lolm J. Fortress Monroe. Va. Electrolytic 
film removing ai)i)aratus. 2,117,294; May 17. 

Buclistein, Ferdinand, Minneapolis, Minn. Supra publo 
drain appliance. 2,133,130; Oct. 11. 

Iluelnvald, Herbert. (See Marx, K., and Buchwald.) 

liuchw.ald, Herbert, Berlin-Iteinickeiulorf, and 10. Marx, 
lir.iunsrlnveig, (ieriiiany, assignors (o (ieiieral Flei'lrlo 
Conip.niy, ICledrlc current Interrupter. 2,131,500; 
Oct. 25. 

liuelnv.'ilder, Henri, assignor of one half to LIrsn Soclete 
.Viiiiiiyine, (ienevii, Switzerland. Inti-riial ci>iiil)usl l<>n 
engine with auxiliary piston. 2,llS,ir>;t; May '.'I. 

liiicic, ("lv<t<' I)., I''ieiiuiiil, Inil. .Auloiniillcally operated 
near siilftliiu' niecliaidsni. 2.i:t,S,5:M : Nov. 20. 

Muck, l'"rederlek W., Washington, I"). C. BulldlnK 
2,105,851 ; Jan. 18. 

Ilucic, (;eorgi> li., St. Louis, Mo. lOxpiindInt; tool, 
2,1 15,251 ; Apr, 26. 

Ilucli, Mortimer P, (See Itleher, C. »)., and Muck.) 

Huelibee. Jiilm ('., Los Aiigeles. ("allf. llotiiry Inloriial 
eoinliMHllon eimlne, 2.1 ll.<17l ; Apr. ID. 

BiicUeridMle. I.MWii'nei" It, (See llniwnyor, N, It., and 
Iliickeiidiili'.l 

l!iiii>eve Aliiiiilmim ('iinip.'iny. The. (StH> Porter, Kirk K,, 
iiNHlgnor.) 

Iluckeyc Iron & llrass Works. (.See .Xnderxoii. Uolu-rt (" . 
asHlgnor. ) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



( See Dunmire, Rus- 



(See Smith. Wil- 



(See Bower, 



(See Larsen, 
(See Wolfe, 

(See Bennett, 
(See George, 
(See Miller, 
(See Van 



P. S., and Bucklen.) 
(See Bear, Paul S., 

(See Bear, P. S., and 

J. Dancing footwear 

2,124,458 ; July 19. 

Electrotype plate and 



Buckeye Laboratories, Inc., The. 
sell P., assignor.) 

Buckeye Portable Tool Company, The. 
liam A., Jr., assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. 
Jerome G., assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company. (See Einwaechter, 
Frederick H., Jr., assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Johnson, G. 
T., and Wolfe, assignors.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. 
Jacob C, assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. 
Harry H., assignor.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. 
R. N., and George, assignors.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. 
Charles L., assignor.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. 
George E., assignor.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. 
Voorhis, William G.. assignor.) 

Buckingham, Harold S., assignor to American Sealcone 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Making receptacles. 
2,117,295 ; May 17. 

Buckingham, Norris R., assignor to Atlas Drop Forge 
Company. Lansing. Mich. Balancing and center lo- 
cating machine. 2,140.398 : Dec. 13. 

Buckingham, Roy P., Baldwin, assignor of fifty per cent 
to G. C. MacLarty, Baltimore, Md. Combination sani- 
tary pad and shield and harness therefor. 2,141,970 ; 
Dec. 27. 

Buckle, Francis W., Glanford Township, Ontario, Can- 
ada. Poultry feeder and waterer. 2,105,403 ; Jan. 11. 

Bucklein, Frank P., assignor to Axelson Manufacturing 
Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Tailstock for lathes. 
2,115,094; Apr. 26. 

Bucklen, Herbert E. (See Bear, 

Bucklen-Bear Laboratories, Inc. 
assignor.) 

Bucklen-Bear Laboratories, Inc. 
Bucklen, assignors.) 

Buckler, Charles H., Camden, N. 
and a tap for dancing footwear. 

Buckler, Rowland, Chicago, 111. 

making the same. 2,136,840 ; Nov. 15. 

Buckles, James, Goose Creek, Tex. Inside pipe cutter. 
2,130,580; Sept. 20. 

Buckley, Arthur B., Carshalton, England. Tappet mecha- 
nism. 2,119,096 ; May 31. 

Buckley, Glenn R., and W. A. McGrew, Oklahoma City, 
Okla. Paraffin cleaner. 2,141,508 ; Dec. 27. 

Buckley, James F., Levenshulme, Manchester, England. 
Supporting spring floors. 2,118,068 ; May 24. 

Buckley. John P., Washington, D. C. Telemetric broad- 
casting and recording apparatus. 2,121.184 ; June 21. 

Buckley, Leo P. (See Swingle, W. T., and Buckley.) 

Buckley, Michael F., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Fastening 
distributor. 2,113,571 ; Apr. 12. 

Buckley, Milford A., assignor to Carley Heater Company, 
Inc., Olean. N. Y. Leather polishing apparatus. 
2,109,687 : Mar. 1. 

Buckley, Timothy S., Jackson Heights, N. Y. Indentify- 
ing X-ray photographs. 2,120,064 ; June 7. 

Bucklin, Harrison, Rochester. N. Y. Vehicle. 2,127,104; 
Aug. 16. 

Bucklin, Kenneth G. (See Haines, D. G., and Bucklin.) 

Bucknam, James H., Cranford, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Blowpipe. 2,129,672 ; Sept. 13. 

Bucknam, James H., Cranford, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Apparatus for welding. 2,130,261 ; Sept. 13. 

Buckner, Ernest G., North Hollywood, Calif. Coin con- 
tainer and assorter. 2,119,773 ; June 7. 

Buckner, William A., Fresno, Calif. Variable speed ro- 
tary sprinkler. 2,119,312 ; May 31. 

Buckner, William A., Fresno, Calif. Quick coupling valve 
with resilient cover. 2.121.244 ; June 21. 

Buckton, Ernest J., London, England. Shock absorbing 
marine berthing device. 2,120,545 ; June 14. 

Buckwalter, Raymond D., Lancaster, Pa. Baling wire. 
2,136,732 ; Nov. 15. 

Buckwalter, Ross H., Joliet, assignor to Star Peerless 
Wall Paper Mills. Chicago, 111. Method and apparatus 
for drying. 2,133,424 ; Oct. 18. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V.. assignor to The Tiraken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Locomotive crossliead 
safety construction. 2,110.104; Mar. 1. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Fuel injection pump. 
2,126,985 ; Aug. 16. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., and J. Hektner, assignors to The 
Timken Roller Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Driv- 
ing axle construction. 2,126.612 ; Aug. 9. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., and J. Hektner, assignors to Tli<' 
Timken Roller Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Driv- 
ing axle construction. 2,126,613 ; Aug. 9. 

Bucky, Philip B., Mamaroneck, assignor to University 
Patents, Inc., New York, N. Y. Process of and machine 
for crushing and mixing. 2,130,064 ; Sept. 13. 

Bucy, Edmond H., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Atlas 
Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Nonyellowing 
composition. 2,136,782 ; Nov. 15. 



Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Lehman, Werner, assignor.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. ( See Mork, George W., assignor.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Paulsen, Thomas R., as- 
signor.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See RuhlofE, Frederic C, as- 
signor.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Stevens, Paul S., assignor.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Stiehl. Carl E., assignor.) 

Buda Company, The. (See Gormley, Frank L., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., assignor to Edward G. Budd Manufac- 
turing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Double-walled sheet 
metal structure and making. 2,108,795 ; Feb. 22. 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Budd, 
Edward G., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Dean, 
Albert G., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Dean, 
Walter B., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Fernberg, Eric B., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Heit- 
man, Charles E., Jr.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Led- 
winka, Joseph, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Mun- 
gen, Theodore, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Co. (See Ragsdale, 
Earl J. W., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Rags- 
dale, B. J. W., and Conwell, assignors.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Rags- 
dale, E. J. W., and Dean, assignors.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Eksergian, Carolus L., as- 
signor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Eksergian, C. L., and 
Gaenssle, assignors.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Eksergian, C. L., and 
Temple, assignors.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Farr, Warren H.. assignor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Hight, Franklin R., as- 
signor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Zerk, Oscar U., assignor.) 

Budenbom, Horace T., Short Hills, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Transmission system. 2,117,698 ; May 17. 

BudilofE, Nikolai. (See Jenny, A., and Budiloff.) 

Budnick, Frank O., Chicago, 111. Making an electrode 
assembly. 2,136,932; Nov. 15. 

Budwig, Gilbert G. (See Bennett, V. R., and Budwig.) 

Budwig Manufacturing Company. (See Bennett, V. E., 
and Budwig, assignors.) 

Budzyna, Walter J., East Douglas, assignor to Draper 
Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. Cloth roll drive. 
2,127,659 ; Aug. 23. 

Buechel, Francis J., Jr., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Automatic Signal Corporation. 
Automatic traffic signal system. 2,126,614 ; Aug. 9. 

Buechler, Gottlieb, Goodrich, N. Dak. Folding table leg. 
2,117,2.39; May 10. 

Buechler, John A.. Victoria. Tex. Pump lining. 
2,]21,068 ; .Tune 21. 

Buedingen, William L., Irondequoit, N. Y. Dispensing 
device. 2,118,154 ; May 24. 

Buehler, Ezra C. (See Hammers, James E. and B. F., 
and Buehler.) 

Buehler, Hans. (SeeHenszey, R. O.. Buehler, and Smart.) 

Buehler, Leon, Jr. (See Small, N. M., and Buehler.) 

Buehler, Leon, Jr., assignor to Frick Company, Waynes- 
boro, Pa. Refrigeration system. 2,140,415 ; Dec. 13. 

Buehner, William F. A. (See Crary, Palmer H., as- 
signor.) 

Buehner, William F. A., New York, N. Y. Shoe. 
2,112,761 ; Mar. 29. 

Buehring, William J., Chicago, 111., assignor to The 
Reliable Electric Company. Unit connecter. 2,128,895 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Buehring, William J., assignor to Reliable Electric Co., 
Chicago, 111. Cable terminal. 2,134,395 ; Oct. 25. 

Buell, Albert E. (See Chaney, L. V., and Buell.) 

Buell, Charles L,, Xenia, Ohio, assignor to J. W. Anderson, 
Gary, Ind, Automatically adjusting razor. 2,126,728 ; 
Aug. 16. 

Buell, Edward J., Niagara Falls, N. Y., and F. D. Martin, 
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Method and appara- 
tus for making joints in woven wire fabric. 2,113,265 ; 
Apr. 5. 

Buell, Edward J., Niagara Falls, N. Y., and F. C. Few, 
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Method and apparatus 
for making joints in woven wire fabric. 2,113,266 ; 
Apr. 5. 

Buell, John B., Pueblo, Calif. Sunshade for automobiles. 
2,116.961; May 10. 

Buell, Roy C, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Companv. Electric circuit. 2,120,855 ; June 
14. 

Buell, Wales S., Dansville, assignor to Foster Wheeler 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Heat exchange appa- 
ratus. 2,140,279 ; Dec. 13. 

Buente, Charles F., assignor to United Engineering & 
Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Carrier. 2,120,639 ; 
June 14. 

Bueschel, Andrew E., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Consolidated Carton, Inc., Chicago, 111. Egg carton. 
2,105,181; Jan. 11. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bueschel, Andrew E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Consolidated Carton, Inc., Chicago, 111. Severable egg 

carton. 2,130,377; Sept. 20. 
Bueschel, Andrew E., Mokena, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Consolidated Carton, Inc., Chicago, 111. 

Carton structure. 2,130,378 ; Sept. 20. 
Buescher Band Instrument Company. (See Beers, Otis E., 

assignor.) 
Buescher Band Instrument Co. (See Todt, Edward B., 

assignor.) 
Buettell, Samuel E., assignor to Cross Parking Systems, 

Inc., Chicago, 111. Vehicle storage system. 2,117,274 ; 
Buettner, Raymond J., and R. A. Found, West Allis, Wis., 

J. M. Muntner, Chicago, J. J. Neitz, Naperville, 111., 

and F. C. Zanzig, Milwaukee, Wis., assignors to Dudley 

Lock Corporation, Chicago, 111. Self-closing combina- 
tion lock. Re. 20,791 : July 12. 
Buff, Frank L., Wichita, Kans. Shell trimmer. 2,125,269 ; 

Aug. 2. 
Buffalo Bolt Company. (See Blasier, George F., as- 
signor.) 
Buffalo Bolt Company. (See Jones, Harry B., assignor.) 
Buffalo Bolt Company. (See McLaughlin, John J., as- 
signor.) 
Buffalo Brake Beam Company. (See Busch, Charles R., 

assignor.) 
Buffalo Electric Furnace Corporation. (See Sell, Gilbert 

E., assignor.) 
Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company. (See Kauffmann, 

Hans O., assignor.) 
Buffalo Fire Appliance Corporation. (See Leipold, Hugo, 

assignor.) 
Buffalo Forge Company. (See Tucker, William C, as- 
signor.) 
Buffalo Foundry & Machine Co. (See Lavett, Charles O., 

assignor.) 
Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See Haas, Lucien L., 

assignor.) 
Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See Haas, L. L., and 

Starkweather, assignors.) 
Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See MacKenzie, Roy J., 

assignor.) 
Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See MacKenzie, R. J., 

Haas, and Starkweather, assignors.) 
Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See Prochnow, Felix 

E., assignor.) 
Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See Starkweather, Gail 

C, assignor.) 
Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See Starkweather, G. 

C, and Haas, assignors.) 
Buffalo-Springfield Roller Co., The. (See Aitken, Andrew 

W., assignor.) 
Buffalo-Springfield Roller Co., The. (See Greiner, C. F., 

and Aitken, assignors.) 
Buffalo Wire Works Co. (See Scheeler, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 
P.uffalow, Oscar T., Chattanooga, Tenn. Vibratory 

Mas.sager. 2,122,550 ; July 5. 
Buffchr, Charles, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ice cubing machine. 

2,129,116; Sept. C. 
IJuffinfjlon, Calvin A., Berkshire, N. Y. Folding chnir 

2.128.912 ; Sept. «. 
Bugatti, Ettore, Molsheim, France. Power transmitting 

mechanism for vehicles and especially railroad vehicles. 

2,107,089 ; Feb. 8. 
Bugatti, Ettore, Molsheim, France. Internal combustion 

engine. 2,113,315; Apr. 5. 
Bugatti, Ettore, Molsheim, France. Coupling device for 

railroad vehicles. 2,115,095; Apr. 20. 
Bugatti, Ettore, Molsheim, France. Pane securing means. 

2,129,404; Sept. 0. 
liugatti, Ettore, Molsheim, Franco. Truck and wheel 

train especially intended for railroad vehicles. 

2,129,405; .Sept. 0. 
Bugatti, Jean, Molsheim, France. Making valves. 

2,113,310; Apr. 5. 
Bug.'idl, Jean, Molsheim, li'riince. Connecting rod. 

2,120,010; June 7. 
Bugenliiigcn, George 11., Mlnot, N. Dak. Air gun. 

2,125,000; Aug. 2. 
Bugg, Kenly C, Farmington, Mo. l/ock. 2,110,011; 

May 3. 
I'liigg, Kenly C, F«nnliig(oii, Mo. (lear incch.'inlHiii. 

2,137,524: Nov. 22. 
liugg, lyoyal L., Farmington, Mo. <iame. 2,124,130; 

July 10. 
Huggc, Vernon M., BInKhaniloii, assignor to Internntional 

BiislncHH MiiclilncH (;or[)()ra(lon, New York. N. Y. Coin- 

iiiiinh'iillon Kysliiri. 2,ll.'i.'lll ; Aiir. 12. 
Uugge, Vernon M,, and J. I). Jolinston, Binghuinton, no- 

Blgnors to Intcrnalloniil BuhIiichh MiiclilncH (lorponi- 

tlon. New York, N. Y. (,'oininunlcnllon rvhIcih. 

2,1 11,138; Mar. 15. 
|{ug>;c, Vernon 'I'., Loh Angeles, Calif., asHlgnor of one- 

li.ilf to C. W. McAnally. DUpIay device. 2,120,729; 

Aug. 10. 
Iliiggle, II. II., & Company. (See Cook, Everett J., »h 

Hignor. ) 
Itlllilcr, Knill, Zurich, Hwllzerliind, uHHlgnor to IIiilTiniMi 

I.H KocIk- Inc., Nnlley, N. J. Hee venoin and oblalnliiK 

till' Haine, 'J,\ i'2,H2H ; Apr. 5. 
mihler, IlanK, Diirtinnnd, iiHslgnor l<> Verelnlgle Stiilil- 

w<'rli(>, Ak(li'ngeH<'llHclijif(, DuKHi'ldnrf, Gcrniiiny. Join- 
ing toKelher inclal liodleH 2,liri.KI(l: Mny 3. 



Buhler, Henry W., Gloucester, Mass. Finishing welt. 
2,107,467 ; Feb. 8. 

Biihrer, Adolf, Zurich, Switzerland. Head for chimneys 
and air-shafts. 2,114,164 ; Apr. 12. 

Builders Iron Foundry. (See Thoresen, John C, as- 
signor.) 

Bulfer, August J., Argo, and A. C. Horesi, Downers 
Grove, 111., assignors to International Patents Develop- 
ment Company, Wilmington, Del. Starch product and 
making same. 2,115,157 ; Apr. 26. 

Bulford, Murray N., Augusta, Ga., assignor to United 
Merchants & Manufacturers, Inc., New York. N. Y. 
Cloth or fabric printing machine. 2,111,613 ; Mar. 22. 

Bulford, Murray N., Augusta, Ga., assignor to United 
Merchants & Manufacturers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Treating or processing cloth or fabric. 2,117,079 ; Mav 
10. 

Bulkley, Ronald, Pitman, N. J., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Mineral oil composition. 2,117,602 ; May 17. 

Bull, Benton A., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Production of phosphoric 
acid and concentrated nitric acid. 2,130,483 ; Sept. 
20. 

Bull, Cabot S. (See Shoenberg, L, Bull, and Rodda.) 

Bull, Cabot S., Hillingdon, and S. Rodda, Enfield, as- 
signors to Electric and Musical Industries Limited, 
Middlesex, England. Electron discharge device. 
2,107,518 ; Fob. 8. 

Bull, William R. (See Hoppert, P. D., Bull, and Simp- 
son.) 

Bullard Company, The. (See Bullard, Edward C, as- 
signor.) 

Bullard Company, The. (See Bullard, Edward P., III. 
assignor.) 

Bullard Company, The. (See Bullard, E. P., and Appel- 
berg, assignors.) 

Bullard Company, The. (See Lundberg, N. S., and De 
Vlieg, assignors.) 

Bullard, E. D., Company. (See Eaton, Frederick M., as- 
signor.) 

Bullard, E. D., Company. (See Fleming, Cornelius S., as- 
signor.) 

Bullard. E. D., Company. (See Williamson, Evan D.. 
assignor.) 

Bullard, Edward C, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Machine tool speed change mecha- 
nism. 2,111,355 ; Mar. 15. 

Bullard, Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. IMachine tool spindle lubrication. 
2.109,766 ; Mar. 1. 

Bullard. Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to 
The Bullard Company. Station type treatment ma- 
chine. 2,129,403 ; Sept. 6. 

Ballard, Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Machine tool coolant distribution. 
2.129,815; Sept. 13. 

Bullard, Edward P., Fairfield, and G. R. Appelberg, 
Bridgeport, Conn., assignors to The Bullard Company. 
Fluid chuck operating mechanism. 2,122,350; June 28. 

Bullard, Edwin F. (See McAllister, S. H., and Bullard.) 

Bullard, Je.sse O., Huntington Park, and N. B. Fouch, 
assignors to Atlas Meat Ai)i)liances Co., Los .\ngeles. 
Calif. Appliance for treating meat. 2,110,014; Mav 
10. 

Bullard, W. Irving, assignor to E. H. Jacobs Manufactur- 
ing Company, Danielson, Conn. Lug strap. 2,123,132; 
July 5. 

Bullard, William P., Albany, and J. S. Guy, Atlanta, as- 
signors to National Pecan Growers Exchange, Albany, 
Ga. Treating nuts. 2,108,915 ; Feb. 22. 

Bullard, William P., and O. L. Williams, assignors to 
National Pecan Growers Exchange, Albany, N. Y. 
Branding machine. 2,109,380; Feb. 22. 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, Harri- 
son J. L., assignor.) 

TUilldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, W. H.. 
and Messing, assignors.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Thomson, 
Alfred J., assignor.) 

Itulllnglon, Aubrey E., assignor of one-third to W. 1*. 
lOvaiis ;ui(l one-lhlrd to F. J. Dresman, Huntington 
Park, Calif. Brake lining clamp. 2,139,870; Dec. 13. 

BuIIIh, Frederick, Chicago, III. Steering column lock. 
2,118,391 ; May 24. 

I'.ulllll. .Iiinics I!., Jr.. Swarllimori', and P. V,. I'Mgar. 
I'!illii(lcl|)lila, I'm.. Msslgtior.-J In lO. 1. du I'ont ili- Ni'iiimirs 
,V- ("oinpany, WllinlML-lon, Del. Kcslnovis compositions 
iiikI making sanu". 2,112.550; Mar. 29. 

Itiillocli, (Mies 10., Rochi'sler, N. V. Pressure tank. 
2.105,451 ; Jan. 11. 

llnlldWH, lUcliMrd J. (See Orcutt, A. H., and Hnllows.) 

ItiilovM W'ntcli ('onii)Miiy. (See Caldwell, It. II.. and 
Itninuin. nMsl>;iiorM, ) 

Bulow. Olli). SI. Albana, N. Y. FIbIiIuk line nitacliinont. 
2,119,418 ; May 31. 

lUiiMMti-Md, Hull', Jr , rortland, Oreg., asNlgnor to The llnb- 
c<i<'k & WlliMX ("oinpiiny, Newiirk, N. J. Steam bollor 
nnil ruriiMce. 2,12(1.7:10; Aug. 10, 

lluinlv Ini'ubalor Company, The. (Seo King. I>iili« 1' . 
aHslgnor. ) 

Ilundv, Janii'H A. (Sen LnHloy, Ifl. D., lUindy, and Keln 
oehl.) 

Iliinily 'Pulling Company. (Sec Corrlitnn, Hoy J , an 
NlKuiir. ) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 193S 



Bundy Tubing Company. (See Quarnstiom, Bert L., 
assignor.) 

Bundy Tubing Company. (See Wesley, Joseph F., as- 
signor.) 

Bungay, George W., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Bungay- 
type-Delaware, Inc. Apparatus for casting stereotype 
plates. 2,109,206; Feb. 22. 

Bungay, George W., Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Bungay- 
type-Delaware, Inc. Casting stereotype plates. 
2,109,207 ; Feb. 22. 

Bungaytype-Delaware, Inc. (See Bungay, George W., 
assignor.) 

Bunimovitch, Marcos. (See Faitelowitz, Arnold, as- 
signor.) 

Bunker. Herbert H., Jersey City, N. J. Slab. 2,112,949 ; 
Apr. 5. 

Bunker, Herbert H., Jersey City, N. J. Load supporting 
structure. 2,123,931 ; July 19. 

Buun, Edward S., assignor to Revere Copper and Brass 
Incorporated, Rome, N. Y. Alloys. 2,123,840 ; July 12. 

Bunt, Edward T., Redcliffe, Bristol, assignor of one-half 
to F. E. J. Hill, Bristol, England. Carburetor for 
internal combustion engines. 2,130,337 ; Sept. 20. 

Bunting, Alwyn R., Porthsmouth, Va. Device for ex- 
tracting contents from tubes. 2,124,907 ; July 26. 

Bunting, Alwyn R., Portsmouth, Va. Clothes hook. 
2,136,272 : Nov. 8. ,^ ^ 

Bunting Brass & Bronze Company, The. (See Evans, 
Robert G. N., assignor.) 

Bunting Brass and Bronze Company, The. (See J\lc- 
Kercher. D., and Yager, assignors.) 

Bunting Brass & Bronze Company, The. (See Yager, 
George F., assignor.) „„„,., „^.^ ^ 

Buono, JSIario, Brooklyn, assignor to V. S. Blind Stitch 
Ulaoliine Corporation, New York, N. Y. Sewing ma- 
chine. 2,108,100; Feb. 15. 

Buono, Mario, Brooklyn, assignor to U. S. Blind Stitch 
Machine Corporation, New York, N. Y. Sewing. 
2,108,101 ; Feb. 15. 

Buquor, Adolph P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Martin-Parry Corporation, York, Pa. Gun carriage. 
2,129,315; Sept. 6. . . ,. ^^. 

Burak, Steve M., Bark River, Mich. Automatic lighting 
system for gasoline stoves. 2,111,467 ; Mar. 15. _ 

Burby, Philip E., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe 
rest. 2,137,331; Nov. 22. 

Burch, Elwood S., and F. J. Freeland, assignors to Round 
Oak Company, Dowagiac, Mich. Ghs range. 2,118, lo5 ; 
May 24. ^ ,. 

Burch, Julian R., St. Louis, Mo. Cuhnary structure. 
2,125,989 ; Aug. 9. 

Burch, Julian R., St. Louis, Mo. Popcorn machine. 
2,134,682 ; Nov. 1. 

Burch, La Verge P. (See Palmer, Alphonso T., as- 
si^Tior. ) 

Burcii Lnvdon W., Bronxville, and M. K. Parkhurst, 
Bronx, N. Y. Tank. 2,112,393 : Mar. 29. 

Burchall, Harold, Kingswood, England. Portable adjust- 
able chair. 2,132,525 ; Oct. 11. , . 

Burcham, James R., Newcastle, Ind. Advertising device. 
2,104.636: Jan. 4. 

Burchenal, William, Glendale, and A. J. Pfohl, Cincinnati, 
Ohio, assignors to The Philip Carey Manufacturing 
Company. Method of and apparatus for making formed 
bituminous bodies. 2,126,869 ; Aug. 16. 

Burchfield, Paul E., Yeadon, Pa., assignor to The Harsh- 
aw Chemical Company, Elyrla, Ohio. Stabilization of 
drier compositions. 2,138,087 ; Nov. 29. 

Burchfield, Robert D., Pittsburgh, Pa. Visual interpreta- 
tion of electrical currents. 2,131,934 ; Oct. 4. 

Burchill, John, Blackley, Manchester, England, assignor 
to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Dyeing of 
leather. 2,117,699 ; May 17. 

Burckhardt, Ernst. (See Stoll, A., and Burckhardt.) 

Burckhardt, Max, assignor to The Firm Carl Zeiss, Jena, 
Germany. Polarization device for cameras having a 
linearly polarizing foil. 2,124,286 ; July 19. 

Burcky, Charles W., assignor to Teletype Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Printing telegraph apparatus. 2,104,071 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Burcky, Charles W., assignor to Teletype Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Printing telegraph apparatus. 2,111,387 ; 
Mar. 15. 

Burden, George H. (See McDougal, W. H., and Burden.) 

Burden, William M., R. Geners, and R. Harrison, Wool- 
wich, assignors to Sofal Limited, London, England. 
JIanufacturing allov steel. 2,128,601 ; Aug. 30. 

Burdett, Horace H., Milford, assignor to Draper Corpora- 
tion, Hopedale, Mass. Pick motion. 2,110,105 ; IMar. 1. 

Burdett, Horace H., assignor to Draper Corporation 
Hopedale, Mass. Loom. 2,120,199 ; June 7. 

Burdette Lock Company. (See Price, James E.. assignor.) 

Burdge, Robert H., Kansas City, Mo. Cosmetic case. 
2,119,313 ; May 31. 

Burdge, Robert H., and S. M. Speas, Kansas City, Mo. 
Carrying case. 2,119,314; May 31. 

Burdick, Charles L., London, England. Apparatus for 
determining the moisture content of substances. 
2,105,683; Jan. 18. 

Burdick, Frank. (See Russell, S. G., and Burdick.) 

Burdick, Harry J., Anaheim, Calif. Valve. 2,130,611 ; 
Sept. 20. 

Burdick, Richard, et al. (See Pollard, John H., as- 
signor.) 



Burdick, Richard, et al. (See Vendope, Van L., assignor.) 

Burdick, Wavne E. (See Loehr, L. K., and Burdick.) 

Burdsal, Charles S., and R. E. W. Titel, Phoenix, Ariz., as- 
signors of fifty-one per cent to said Burdsal and forty- 
nine per cent to said Titel. Fluid meter. 2,105,967 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Bureau, Arthur A. (See Price, S., Hummel, and Bureau.) 

Burford, Samuel D., Wellsville, Ohio. Combined holder 
and drainer device. 2,128,118 ; Aug. 23. 

Burge, Sam. (See Newsom, B. M., and Burge.) 

Burger, Arthur, New York, N. Y. Wardrobe case. 
2,126,986 ; Aug. 16. 

Burger, Frederick W., Niles, assignor to Clark Equipment 
Company, Buchanan, Mich. Wheel. 2,106,270 ; Jan. 
25. 

Burger, Justus. (See Ludl, E., and Burger.) 

Burger, Martin, Morris, assignor to Self-Locking Carton 
Co., Chicago, 111. Carton. 2,104,969.; Jan. 11. 

Burger, Oskar, Stuttgart-Sud, Germany. Hand knitting 
needle. 2,117,143 ; May 10. 

Burger, William L., Kansas City, Mo. Rubbing brick. 
2,120,483 ; June 14. 

Burgeson, Gustav, Youngstown, Ohio. Shaver and hair 
remover. 2,120,239 ; June 14. 

Burgess, Alfred A., Pelham JIanor, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Teletypewriter equipment. 2,110,286 ; Mar. 8. 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Burgess, Charles F., 
assignor.) 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Burgess, Jackson, as- 
signor. ) 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Weiss, Howard F., as- 
signor.) 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Zook, John S., as- 
signor.) 

Burgess, C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Norris, Ralph F., 
assignor.) 

Burgess, C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Schulte, Walter 
B.. assignor.) 

Burgess, C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Slidell, Kemper, 
assignor.) 

Burgess, Charles F., Bokeelia, Pla., assignor to Burgess 
Battery Company, Freeport, 111. Flashlight. 2,134,856 ; 
Nov. 1. 

Burgess, Charles F., Bokeelia, Fla., assignor to Burgess 
Battery Company, Freeport, 111. Hand lamp switch. 
2.134,857 ; Nov. 1. 

Burgess, Charles O., New York, N. Y'., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Heat treating metals. 2,124,459 ; July 19. 

Burgess, Edward W., assignor to A. O. Smith Corporation, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Parting strip for concrete roadways 
and pavements. 2,118,340.; May 24. 

Burgess, J. A. (See Knight, Jesse L., assignor.) 

Burgess, Jackson, assignor to Burgess Battery Company, 
Freeport, 111. Dispensing and display device. 
2,119,700 ; June 7. 

Burgess, Montague S., Jackson Heights, N. Y., and A. B. 
Clark, Maplewood, N. J., assignors to American Tele- 
phone and Telegraph Company. Telegraph system. 
2,110,260 ; Mar. 8. 

Burgess, Richard H., San Antonio, Tex. Propulsion 
mechanism for aircraft. 2,125,063 ; July 26. 

Burgess, Richard H., San Antonio, Tex. Variable cam- 
ber wing for aircraft. 2,125,064 ; July 26. 

Burgess, Robert T., Holden, W. Va. Lock. 2,127,583 ; 
Aug. 23. 

Burgess, Walter K., March Field, Riverside, Calif. 
Amphibian aircraft. 2,110,865 ; Mar. 15. 

Burgess, Walter K., Chanute Field, Rantoul, 111. Turn- 
bank and position indicator. 2,139,670 ; Dec. 13. 

Burgett, Kenneth L., Peoria, 111. Golf club cover. 
2,110,122 ; Mar. 8. 

Burgh, John, Denver, Colo. Vehicle construction. 
2,130.066 ; Sept. 13. 

Burghauser, Franz, Nuremberg, Germany. Pump. 
2,111,883 ; Mar. 22. 

Burghauser, Franz, Nuremberg, Germany. Kneading 
pump. 2,115,006 ; Apr. 26. 

Burgie. Frederick W., and J. I., Kaul, assignors to Doehler 
Die Casting Company, Toledo, Ohio. Safety device for 
power presses. 2,134,071 ; Oct. 25. 

Burgin, Emile H., Elizabeth, N. J. Radio range beam pro- 
jector. 2,138,595 ; Nov. 29. 

Burgin, James. (See Beeck, O., Burgin, and Groll.) 

Burgin, James. (See Groll, H. P. A., and Burgin.) 

Burgin, James. (See Groll, H. P. A., Hearne, Burgin, and 
La France.) 

Burgin, Kermit H., Zionsville, Ind. Trailer brake con- 
trol. 2.130,874; Sept. 20. 

Burgner, Harley T. (See Holmes, D. H., Burgner, and 
Ma cE wing.) 

Burgwin. Stephen L. (See Yensen, T. D., and Burgwin.) 

Burhop, Baldwin, Milwaukee, Wis. Hydraulic transmis- 
sion. 2,134,776 ; Nov. 1. 

Burk, George W., assignor to A. F. Lange, Chicago, 111. 
Handling implement for plate glass and the like. 
2,127,154; Aug. 16. 

Burk, Robert E., assignor to The Standard Oil Company, 
Clevland, Ohio. Coal handling. 2,128,913; Sept. 6. 

Burk, Robert E.. assignor to The Standard Oil Company 
(Ohio), Cleveland. Ohio. Preparation of mineral oil 
products and the like. 2,133,280 ; Oct. 18. 






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Burk, Robert E., and H. P. Lankelma, assignors to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Manulfacture 
of alcohols from olefines. 2,109,462 ; Mar. 1. 

Burk, Robert E., and H. P. Lankelma, assignors to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Manufacture 
of stable paraffin. 2,110,950 ; Mar. 15. 

Burk, Robert E.. and E. (J. Hughes, assignors to The 
Standard Oil Company (Ohio), Cleveland, Ohio. Appa- 
ratus for dewaxing oils. 2,121,420 ; June 21. 

Burke, Byron R., Los Angeles, Calif. Compressor. 
2.106,236; Jan. 25. 

Burke, Charles R. (See Biddison, Pascal M., Ryan, and 
Burke.) 

Burke, Earl I., Warren, assignor to Republic Steel Corpora- 
tion, Cleveland, Ohio. Handling and shipping sheet 
metal. 2,116,381 ; May 3. 

Burke, Ethelvn M., Fond du Lac, Wis. Playground 
slide. 2,129,909 ; Sept. 13. 

Burke, James L. (See Koch, H., and Burke.) 

Bnrke, James P., Knoxville, Tenn. NonrefiUable closure. 
2,140,732 ; Dec. 20. 

Burke, Lawrence J., Chicago, 111. Support. 2,122,999 ; 
July 5. 

Burke. Lawrence J., assignor to Poster Products, Int., 
Chicago, 111. Advertising medium. 2,133,914 ; Oct. 18. 

Burke, Minnie L. and R. J., Altadena, Calif. Pneumati- 
cally operated educational game. 2,128,690 ; Aug. 30. 

Burke, Myra E., Madison, Wis. Infant's syringe. 
2,109.059 : Feb. 22. 

Burke, Paul. (See Blosser, J. E., and Burke.) 

Burke, Paul, assignor to Northwest Engineering Corpora- 
tion, Green Bay, Wis. Clutch. 2,115,763 ; May 3. 

Burke, Ralph II., Evanston, 111. Constructing subways 
and like underground structures. 2,128,284 ; Aug. 30. 

Burke, Richard J. (See Burke, Minnie L. and R. J.) 

Burke, Wanda, New York, N. Y. Beauty mitten. 
2,141,739 ; Dec. 27. 

Burke, William E., Trona, Calif., and H. de Ropp, 
Charleston, W. Va., assignors to American Potash & 
Chemical Corporation, Trona, Calif. Manufacture of 
boric acid. 2,104,009 : Jan. 4. 

Burke, William E., and M. T. Works, assignors to Camei>on 
Iron Works, Houston, Tex. Core barrel mounting. 
2,128,914 : Sept. 6. 

Burke, William E., W. H. Allen, R. B. Peet, C. F. Ritchie, 
and W. A. Gale, assignors to American Potash & Chemi- 
cal Corporation, Trona, Calif. Crystallization method. 
2,130,005 ; Sept. 13. 

Burkes, Leo U., Richton, Miss. Harrow. 2,110,984 ; 
Mar. 15. 

I'nrkhardt Company, The. (See Jolinson, Stanley (J., 
assignor.) 

Burkhardt, Conrad C. C, Philadelphia, Pa. Locomotive 
underframe buffer. 2,138,139 ; Nov. 29. 

Burkhardt, George R. (See Breed, C. W., and Burk- 
hnrdt.) 

Burkhardt, Hans, Berlin-Lankwitz, assignor to Accumu- 
latoron-Fabrik Aktiengcsellschaft, Berlin, Germany. 
Manufacturing porous metallic bodies. 2,122,053 ; June 
28. 

Burkhardt, Harr.v L., Santa Monica, Calif. Internal 
combusllon engine. 2,117,700; May 17. 

I'urkholder, Alden H. (See Kline, H. B., Knebusch, and 
Burkholder, assignors.) 

Burkholdcr, Alden H., Lakewood, assignor to Industrial 
Rayon Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Method and ap- 
paratus for transferring threadlike articles. 2,131,723 ; 
Oct. 4. 

Burkltt, Henry L. (See Stern, Fred II., assignor.) 

Burks, Arthur W., Decatur, 111. Operating meclianlsm 
for deep well pumps. 2,124.026; July 19. 

Burks, Harry G., Jr. (See Harrington, P. J., and Burks.) 

Burleigh, Clinord G. (See Clark, J. R., and Burleigh.) 

Burleigh, Mildred, New York, N. Y. Kitchen utensri. 
2,141,901 ; Dec. 27. 

Burlin, Morltz. assignor to Emby Photo and Film Ma- 
chine f!orp.. Now York, N. Y. Portable camera support. 
2.L'i0,2fi2; Sept. 13. 

Burlo, Dennis J., Green Bay, Wis. Game apparatus. 
2,123,095 : July 5. 

Burmelster, Frederick H. (Sec Dow, D. M., Boyd, and 
liurmelHter. ) 

Hurnieister, IleriiiMiin, Iterlln-Spandau, (ieriiiimy, assignor 
to (Jenenil I'ilectric Company. Production of liluou.s 
m.'iterlMl compounds. 2,137,155; Nov. 15. 

I'liniieiHler, Ih'riiiann (;., liennlgsdorf, Germany, assignor 
to General Electric (V)nii)any, Sclienectady, N. Y. Im- 
inegniiled material. 2,112,732; Mar. 29. 
Burn, Walter S., Hartlepool, asHlgiior to The Nntloiml 
G«H Mn<l Oil ICnghK! Conii)any, Limited, A. 1!. Italmford. 
AHliton-under-f/yiie, and W. H. Burn, llarlI<'j)ool, lOn^- 
land. Internal comljUHtlon engine. 2,105,717 ; Jan. 18. 
Burniind, Alphonse A., Jr. (See Ii'reemon, John 1'., as 

signor. ) 
I'.diiidy Enijliieering ('oiiipany. (Sen DIbner, Abraliiiiii 

I". , iisKlgiuir, ) 
I'.iiriKly lOiigliiccrIng Co. (Sec DIbner, Bern, aBslgnor. ) 
J'.iMiielJ. lOilward J., and W. J. Heacock, aHHignorH to LliiU- 
Helt (Nininaiiy, ("Ihlcngo, III. Wawh box diHcharge con- 
trol. 2,106.201 ; Jan. 25. 
Uuniell Lnboralory Comiiany. (See li'iiclis, Cluirlon A., 

aHHlgnor. ) 
Uurnell rjihorntory Company. (8co llausman, Walter J., 
nHHlgnor.) 

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Burnell Laboratory Company. (See Reppert, Richard v, 
assignor.) 

Burnett, Alexander H. (See Munn, J., and Burnett.) 

Burnett, Charles E., and O. May, Punta Gorda, Fla 
Safety device for punch boards. 2,120,172 ; June 7. 

Burnett, Clarence M., St. Paul, assignor to Lewis Bolt & 
Nut Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Take-up device. 
2,117,701 ; May 17. 

Burnett, Elizabeth L., Boston, Mass. Centering device for 
typewriting machines. 2,139,257 ; Dec. 6. 

Burnett, Harry E. (See Wolf, Howard O., assignor.) 

Burnett, John L., St. Louis, Mo. Leaching and precipi- 
tating process and apparatus. 2,136,372 ; Nov. 15. 

Burnett, John M., Skowhegan, Maine. Bunch builder at- 
tachment for winding machines. 2,130,067 ; Sept. 13. 

Burnham, Locke H., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Transformer. 2.112.733 ; War. 29. 

Burnham, Roland B., administrator. (See Boyd, William 
P.) 

Burnham, Stanley W., Elizabeth, asignor to Merck & Co. 
Inc., Rahway, N. J. Liquid dispensing means. 
2,126,731; Aug. 16. 

Burnheimer, Charles W. (See Recen, Henry A., as- 
signor. ) 

Burns, Erwin. (See Wickersham, H. P., and Burns.) 

Burns, Fred J., Saginaw, Mich., assignor to The Columbia 
Mills, Inc., New York, N. Y. Venetian blind construc- 
tion. 2,135,795 ; Nov. 8. 

Burns, George A., Liverpool, England, assignor to Asso- 
ciated Telephone & Telegraph Company, Chicago, III. 
Remote control system. 2,135,794 ; Nov. 8. 

Burns, Herbert A., Forest Hills, N. Y., assignor to Inter- 
national Cigar Machinery Company. Packing cigars, 
and the like. 2,130,729 ; Sept. 20. 

Burns, Jabez, & Sons. (See Kirkland, Archibald D., as- 
signor.) 

Burns, Jabez, & Sons, Inc. (See Burns, William G., as- 
signor.) 

Burns, Jabez, & Sons, Inc. (See Morgan, Joseph B., as- 
signor.) 

Burns, James E. (See Brun, W.. and Burns.) 

Burns, John J., Y'onkers, N. Y. Electrical connecter. 
2,129,044 ; Sept. 6. 

Burns, Leonard S. (See Wilson, F. D., and Burns.) 

Burns, Robert, and H. H. Hayward ; said Hayward as- 
signor to Service Foundry Company, Wichita, Kans. 
Chair. 2,128,522 ; Aug. 30. 

Burns, Thomas, London, England, assignor of one-half to 
R. L. Cross, Detroit, Mich. Refrigerator. 2,139,184 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Burns, Walter, et al. (See Eastin, Rollie R., assignor.) 

Burns, William, et al. (See Eastin, Rollie R., assignor.) 

Burns, William C, Yamhill, Oreg. Metatarsal nonslip 
sole. 2,134,598 ; Oct. 25. 

Burns, William G., assignor to Jabez Burns & Sons, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Roasting method and apparatus. 
2,129.673: Sept. 13. 

Burnslde, George B., Fairhill, DuUatur, Scotland. Air 
heating apparatus. 2,119,379 ; May 31. 

Burpee Can Sealer Company. (See Burpee, Frank W., 
assignor.) 

Burpee, Frank W.. assignor to Burpee Can Sealer Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Can seaming machine. 2,122,877 ; 
July 5. 

Burr, Harold E., assignor to Parks & Woolson Machine 
Company, Springfield, Vt. I-oop cutting and edge 
trimming machine. 2,110,567; Mar. S. 

Burr, Leonard W., Walnut Grove, Minn. Nail. 2,128.798 ; 
Aug. 30. 

Burr. Lvnton, Hampton, Va. Fishing line. 2,108.598; 
Fob. 15. 

Burr, Myrtice C. (See Eynon, H. B., and Burr.) 
Burragc, Leslie J. (See Baxter, J. P., and Burrage.) 

Burrell, Charles D., assignor to Llbbey-Owens-Ford Glass 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Sheet glass handling oppa- 
ratus. 2,131,869 ; Oct. 4. 

Burrell, Edward, Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Carburetor 
system. 2,109.878; Mar. 1. 

Tiurrell, Thomas T,. (See Spellacy, J. F., and RiirreH,) 

Burrington, Waller W., assignor to Northwest Air Service 
Inc., Seattle. Wash. Propeller blade pitch setting di>- 
vice. 2,124,760; July 26. 
lUirris, Sylvester J., >lonteliello, Calif. Apparatus for 
removing scale from wat(>r Jackets of Inti-rnal com- 
busllon engines. 2,115,193; Apr. 26. 

Burroughs Adding Machine t.'ompany. (Sco Bower, Hay- 
111011(1 (!., asslmior. ) 

Biirrouglis .Ndilini; .Machine Company. (See Butler, 

TlioniMS M.. assignor.) 
Burroiiglis .Vdilliig Machine Company. (Seo MuUer, lioti 
ert li.. assignor.) 

Itiinoiiglis Adding Machino Company. (Seo Pnslnakl, 

Wiiller J., iiNNigiior.) 
BiiiioiigliH .Vildliig M.'irliiiie ('(>iH|iMny. (See Kao«, Kmest, 

assignor. ) 
Iliiiicniglm, I'MwIn V... Hamilton Ueach. Long iHland, n«- 
slgiioi- to I'otdevln Machine Coiiipiiny, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
riiiitliig iiiTHM. 2,122.128; Juno 2S. 
Ituirouglis, K.iinelli ("., iiHsiunor to Hiuiscli & Lomb Optl 
ciil ('iMiipjinv. It.K'lu'Hier, N, Y. A|>i>iii'iituR for t:i'»<llni; 
eiii.ry. 2.fj!l.:ii:i ; July 10. 
MiiiriniiiliH. Keiiiietli C . nsslgnor to HiiilHcli A I.onib Opti- 
cal t'liinidiiiv. UochesliT, N. Y. .MiriidlMt: leiiMea, 
2. 1 29.522 ; Si-pt. «. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Burroughs, Samuel G. (See Lofton, W. M., Jr., and 
Burroughs.) 

Burrousrhs Wellcome & Co., (U. S. A-) Inc. (See Brown, 
Cecil R., assignor.) 

Burrow, Ernest S., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. At- 
tachment to curling stonps. 2,133.423; Oct. 18. 

Burrow, Herbert T., assignor to Malleable Iron Range 
Company, Beaver Dam, Wis. Combination coal-wood 
elpctric range. 2,133.184; Oct. 11. 

Burrows, Lawton A., Wenonah, and W. F. Filbert, Wood- 
bury, N. J., and E. E. Reid, Baltimore, Md., assignors 
to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Ignition composition. 2,105,635 ; Jan. 18. 

Burrows, Lawton A., Wenonah, and \V. F. Filbert, Wood- 
bury, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparing polyvinyl ni- 
trate. 2,118,487 ; May 24. 

Burrows, Lawton A., Wenonah, and G. A. Noddin, Wood- 
bury, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Electric initiator. 
2,123,691 ; July 12. 

Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, Battle Creek, 
assignors to Clarlj Equipment Company, Buchanan, 
Mich. Car coupling device. 2,128,397 ; Aug. 30. 

Burruss, Grayson D. (See McComb, James K., and Bur- 
russ.) 

Burry, Arthur A., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Machine for 
injection of plastics. 2,115,940 ; May 3. 

Burschldes, Hans-Wolfgang, Berlin-Lichterfelde-Ost, Ger- 
many. Apparatus lOr stopping internal combustion 
engines or the like employing oil lubrication. 2,123,460 ; 
July 12. 

Burschkies, Hans-Wolfgang, Berlin-Lichterfelde-Ost, Ger- 
many. Device for stopping internal combustion engines 
or the like employing oil lubrication. 2,123,461 ; July 
12. 

Bursell, Everett J., assignor to the firm Morehead-Bur- 
sell, Spokane, Wash. Bit casting means, method, and 
article. 2,125,332 : Aug. 2. 

Burson, Harry H., Chicago, 111. Clip for wallboards. 
2,110,198 ; Mar. 8. 

Burt, Alexander D., Narberth, Pa., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Vibrator power supply system. 
2,121.421 : June 21. 

Burt, Clarence E. (See Baker, R. C, and Burt.) 

Burt, rinrence E. (See Ka<r:ni. T. .\l.. and Burt.) 

Burt, Clarence E., Los Angeles, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Making cast Iron 
slips for oil tools. 2,134,749 ; Nov. 1. 

Burt, Daniel W., Providence, R. I. Safety device for 
automobiles. 2,126,946 ; Aug. 16. 

Burt, Enos M., Wichita Falls, Tex. OU and water sepa- 
rator. 2,122,310 ; June 28. 

Burt. F. N., Company, Inc. (See Royal, Joseph N., 
assignor.) 

Burt, Guy H., Providence, R. I. Electrical plug. 
2,128,883; Aug. 30. 

Burt, Jack F., Valparaiso, Ind. Flexible corner bead. 
2,127,806 ; Aug. 23. 

Burt, John, Narberth, assignor to William Sellers & Com- 
pany, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Antifriction 
bearing center for boring mills. 2,114,911 ; Apr. 19. 

Burt Macliine Company. (See Wild, Charles H., as- 
signor. ) 

Burt Manufacturing Company, The. (See Whitaker, 
Anton K., asignor.) 

Burt, Robert C, Pasadena, Calif. Mechanical transmis- 
sion. 2,120,546; June 14. 

Burt, Robert V., Cincinnati, R. A. Duncan, and R. J. Short, 
Wyoming, assignors to The Procter & Gamble Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Apparatus for finishing soap. 
2,135,325: Nov. 1. 

Burtnett, Everett R., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Borg-Warner Corporation. Chi- 
cago, 111. Change speed transmission gear. Re. 20,685 ; 
Apr. 5. 

Burtnett. Everett R., assignor to Automotive Improve- 
ment Patents Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Multi- 
clutch mechanism. 2,136,811 ; Nov. 15. 

Burton, Charles W.. Vancouver. British Columbia, Canada, 
assignor to American Can Companv. New York, N. Y. 
Valve for filling machines. 2.116 505: Mav 10. 

Burton-Dixie Corporation. (See Burton, Oliver M., as- 
signor.) 

Burton, Everett T., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. 
Filter including space discharge device. 2,106,793 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Burton. Everett T., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone LnlDoratories, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. 
Impulse operated system employing glow discharge 
tubes. 2,118,156; May 24. 

Burton. Frank F.. Mount Carmel. assignor to Winchester 
Repeating Arms Companv, New Haven, Conn. Adjust- 
able rear-sight for firearms. 2.112,268: Mar. 20. 

Burton. Frank F., Mount Carmel. assignor to Winchester 
Repeating Arms Companv, New Haven, Conn. Remov- 
able mount for firearm sicrhts. 2.123.273: Jiilv 12. 

Burton, George, Gaston. Ind. Coupling for sewer clean- 
ing rods. 2.115.194; Apr. 26. 

Burton, Herbert W.. Dayton, Ohio. Gas tank locking cap. 
2.125,012; July 26. 

Burton. John. Edgbaston. Birmingham, England. 
Scaffolding coupling. 2,107,407 ; Feb. 8. 



Burton, Lawrence C, assignor of twenty-five per cent 
to L. B. Clark, Houston, Tex. Internal combustion 
engine piston. 2.128,451 ; Aug. 30. 

Burton, Oliver M., assignor to Burton-Dixie Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Padded spring-cushion. 2,125,621 ; 
Aug. 2. 

Burton, Robert B., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Combined shock absorber and 
antiroU device. 2,108,524 ; Feb. 15. 

Burton, Robert C. (See Northrop, D. E., and Burton.) 

Burton, Robert N. (See Forsyth, Robert, assignor.) 

Burwell, Arthur W., Niagara Falls, assignor to Alox Cor- 
poration, New York, N. T. Top cylinder lubricant. 
2,107,233; Feb. 1. 

Burwell, Arthur W., Niagara Falls, assignor to Alox 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Diesel engine fuel. 
2,110.078 ; Mar. 1. 

Burwell, Arthur W., Niagara Falls, assignor to Alox Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Composition for use in pre- 
vention of corrosion of metal surfaces. 2.128,523 ; Aug. 
30. 

Burwell, John A., Jackson Heights, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Switching mechanism. 2,114,046 ; Apr. 12. 

Burwell, John A., Jackson Heights, assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Switching mechanism. 2,117,702 ; Mav 17. 

Bury, Paul A. (See Frey, F. E., and Bury.) 

Busby, Daniel, Seattle, Wash. Cowling fastener. 
2.121,784 : June 28. 

Busch, Aloysius J., Bellerose, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Relay cir- 
cuit. 2,107,746 ; Feb. 8. 

Busch, Charles R., Orange, N. J., assignor to Buffalo 
Brake Beam Company, New York, N. Y. Brake shoe 
key. 2,107,521 ; Feb. 8. 

Busch, Charles R., Orange, N. J., assignor to Buffalo Brake 
Beam Company, New York, N. Y. Brake beam and/or 
brake head. 2.116,594; May 10. 

Busch, Charles R., Orange, N. J., assignor to Buffalo 
Brake Beam Company, New York, N. Y. Brake beam 
support or the like. 2,140.982 ; Dec. 20. 

Busch, Conrad J., Wyomissing, assignor to The Narrow 
Fabric Company, West Reading, Pa. Method and ap- 
naratus for producing braid. 2,106,674 ; Jan. 25. 

Busch, Frank B., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Owens- 
Illinois Glass Company. Container closure. 2,129,159 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Busch, Herman, Long Island City, assignor to Alrmatic 
Systems, Inc., New York, N. Y. Pneumatic power con- 
trol. 2,125,601; Aug. 2. 

Busch, Herman, Long Island City, assignor to Airmatic 
Systems, Inc.. New York, N. Y. Power control for 
pneumatic conveyer systems. 2,130,458 ; Sept. 20. 

Busch, Herman, Long Island City, assignor to Airmatic 
Systems, Inc., New York, N. Y. Pneumatic control 
valve. 2,137,750 ; Nov. 22. 

Busch, Hugo R. (See Kind, W., Schenk, and Busch.) 

Busch, Ira C, Lebanon, N. J. Poultry feeder. 2,108,102 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Busch-Sulzer Bros.-Diesel Engine Company. (See Schlat- 
ter, Rudolph, assignor.) 

Busch-Sulzer Bros.-Diesel Engine Company. (See 
Schneider, Rudolph H., assignor.) 

Busch, Sune. (See Salomon. S. M., and Busch.) 

Busch, Werner. (See Richter, A., Busch, and Schur- 
mann.) 

Buschbeck, Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Slatching the impedance of a load to a source of power. 
2.107.408 : Feb. 8. 

Buschbeck, Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fUr Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
- Neutralizing circuit for screen-grid tubes. 2,119,315 ; 
May 31. 

Buschbeck, Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin. Germany. 
Coupling high-frequency apparatus. 2.121,855; June 
28. 

Buschbeck. Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Circuit for suppressing disturbance waves and upper 
harmonics. 2.137.20."i: Nov. 22. 

Buschbeck, Werner, and R. Bruckner, assignors to Tele- 
funken Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegiaphie m. b. H., 
Berlin. Germany. Electrical coupling arrangement. 
2.107.025; Feb. 1. 

Buschman, Abraham L., New York. N. Y. Decorative 
illuminated device. 2.115.358; Apr. 26. 

Buschman. Andrew. Garden Cit.v, N. Y. Coating for 
smoking pipes and the like. 2.116.186 ; May 3. 

Buschman, Nathan H., New York, N. Y. Serving device 
for can.«. 2,1 10.697 : Jlar. 8. 

Buser. John A., assignor to Lebanon Paper Box Company, 
Lebanon. Pa. Display carton. 2.132.526 : Oct. 11. 

Buses, Harrv F., and T. N. Huser. Indianapolis, Ind. 
Fnunoiator. 2,104,.«!95; Jan. 11. 

Bush, A. G. (See Criner, Harry J., assignor.) 

Bush. C. Abbott, et al. (See Shigley, William W., as- 
signor.) 

Bush, E. Daniel, et al. (See Shigley, William W., as- 
signor.) 

Bush. Eugene S.. assignor to Bush Manufacturing Com- 
pany. St. Louis. Mo. Engine blower drive and control. 
2.106,237 ; Jan. 25. 



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Bush, Eugene S., assignor to Bush-Harman Products, 
Inc., St. Louis, Mo. Automatic plumb bob. 2,136,072 ; 
Nov. 8. „ ■ ^ 

Busli-Harman Products, Inc. (See Bush, Eugene S., as- 
signor.) 

Bush Manufacturing Company. (See Bush, Eugene S., 
assignor.) 

Bush, Ralph R., Manoa, Upper Darby, Pa., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Operating mechanism. 
2,110,658 ; Mar. 8. 

Bush, Ranldn J., Jeanette, assignor to The Westinghouse 
Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Brake switch 
device. 2,118,427; May 24. 

Bush, Rankin J., Jeannette, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Brake 
valve 2,132,935 ; Oct. 11. 

Bush, Vannevar, Belmont, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Research Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus for transferring heat. 2,127,286 ; Aug. 16. 

Bush, Vannevar, West Medford, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Raytheon Manufacturing Company, New- 
ton, Mass. Electrical condenser. 2,134,273 ; Oct. 25. 

Busha, Lee F., College Park, Ga. Seat spring. 
2.116,012 : May 3. 

Bushnell, Charles S. (See Reichard, W. H., and Bushnell.) 

Bushnell, Charles S., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Interlocking system for 
railroads. 2,121,785 ; June 28. 

Bushnell, Charles S., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Signaling system for rail- 
roads. 2,122,231 ; June 28. 

Bushnell, ,Tohn H., Grand Rapids, Mich. Typewriter desk. 
2.133,807 : Oct. 18. 

Busico, Paul, and E. Carosella, New York, N. Y. Screen 
support for windows. 2,114,100 ; Apr. 12. 

Busk, Anthony S., assignor to New Era Manufacturing 
Company, Paterson, N. J. Plate clamp. 2,105,452 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Buskirk, Elmore E., Adrian, Mich. Dental forceps. 
2,140.280: Dec. 13. 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Brake beam safety guard 
structure. 2,105,995 ; Jan. 18. 

Busse, I'^dwin (;., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Railway car door structure. 
2,106,166: Jan. 25. 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, III. Railway car truck structure. 
2,115.060; Apr. 26. 

Busse. Ernst, Hamburg. Germany, and ,T. V. Mark and 
A. Venis, assignors to N. V. Philips' Gloeilampenfn- 
brieken. Eindhoven, Netherlands. Sweep circuits, 
2,126.243; Aug. 9. 

Busse, Warren If., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Plasticizing rub- 
ber. 2,115,705: May 3. 

Busse, Warren F., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to 
The H. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. 
Softened rubber. 2,136,373; Nov. 15. 

Bussert, James A. (Sep Gurries, A. G., and Bussert.) 

Bussmann, Henrv T., St. Louis, Mo. Electric protective 
device. 2,1 11,749 : Mar. 22. 

Bussmann, Henry T., St. Louis, Mo. Enclosed fuse. 
2,135.166; Nov. 1. 

Bustaniante, Cesar, New York, N. Y. Cigar-wrapping 
machine. 2,108,429 ; Feb. 15. 

Buswell. (Jcorgi! A. (See Manger, C. F., Wainwri^ilit. anil 
I'.nRwell.l 

Butcher, William L., Decornh, Iowa. Rope making ma- 
chine. 2.108,704; Feb. 15. 

Butcher, William T., Ilford, assignor to Goodlass Wall 
& Lead Industries I,lmlted. London, England. Refining 
lead alloys. 2,115,299; Apr. 26. 

Butchei', William T., Ilford, assignor to Goodlass Wall 
& I^ead Industries Limited, T^ondon, England. Treating 
lead or lend tlloys. 2,115,300; Apr. 26. 

Butcher, ^\'llllaIn T., Ilford, assignor to Goodlass Wall 
A r>eMd IndiiKlrles Limited. T,nn(Ion. England. Alloy- 
ing nietalH with lead. 2.138,7'_'»; Nov. 29. 

Buterworlli, Samuel I)., and S. M. N:niip;i. Detroit. Mich., 
HHslgnorB of ninely-nlne per cent lo Tli(> Worlli Coin 
pnny and one jxm- cent to said Sniiiur'l I). Butterworth. 
Car loMdiMg device. 2,107.932; Fell. 8. 

ButlieniH, Frederick R., Enfield, lOngland. Synchronous 
elerlrlc motor. 2.110,41.^: Mar. K. 

Butlgnot. .AndrS. Creil. assignor to Compiignio Nntlonalo 
de MMtlere.>( ColoriinteH et MarnifactiireH de J*ro<l\iits 
Cliiinliines (In Nord Itf'iinleH, EtfibllHHeincnIs Kiihlinann, 
Paris. I''iiince. I'vepiinitlon of welling ciiiiilHlfyliig, 
dlHiJi'nHlng or cleansing agents and products oblaiiied by 
thlH procehH. 2.107.197: Feb. 1. 

Butler, Arlli\ir G., ItnlTnlo, N. V., assignor, by mesne 
MKHlgniiu'nlM, lo ('nrllNK-Wrlght Corporation. Sleei-able 
tall whe.-l. 2.114,522 ; Apr. 19. 
liiilliT. Arllnir G., liiill'Mlo, N. Y.. M8Nlgnor lo ("imIIhh 
Wriu'lit ('ori)orMll(iii. Aircnift control syHleiii. 

2. 1. 'a. 385 ; Nov. 22. 

Bullrr. Clydi' (!.. Madeira. Msslgnor to The CInclnniitl 
Itiill Cninl; CompMiiv. Clnrlnnall. Ohio. Can tapping 
1111(1 (oiitciil diNpeiiHing (li'vlcc. 2.110,257; Dec i:t. 
Ttiilli'r, ("liiirli'H U. (Si'e ItiiNimiMMen. (". A., nnil IliilliT.) 
lliillei'. Cljireiici- II., AuHlln. iiNNlgnor to Aiiiiilcnniiileil 
MInenilN ('orpornlloii. Mlniii'upollH, Minn. lOxfollMlliig 
vcrnili'iillti- and Hliiilhir inlnernlH. 2,129,523; Sept. 6. 



Butler, Clyde A., Columbus, Ga. Sand pump. 2,110,079 ; 
Mar. 1. 

Butler, Clyde G., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Stewart-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 
111. Lubricating apparatus. Re. 20,852 ; Sept. 13. 

Butler, Ernest L., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Splitting 
machine. 2,138,022 ; Nov. 29. 

Butler, George I. (See Cranford, W. W., and Butler.) 

Butler, George P., Jr., Mount Kisco, N. Y. Ski press. 
2,128,036; Aug. 23. 

Butler, Henry E., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Remote control system. 2,125,765 ; 
Aug. 2. 

Butler, James S., Lewiston, Maine. Race horse number. 
2,114,135 ; Apr. 12. 

Butler, Keith H., Elmhurst, R. A. Gagnon. Marshallton, 
Del., and J. D. Prince, Linthicum Heiglits, Md., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours and Company. Making calcium sulphate-zinc 
sulphide pigments. 2.112,357 ; Mar. 29. 

Butler Manufacturing Company, et al. (See Buchanan, 
Ferdinand C, assignor.) 

Butler Manufacturing Company. (See George, Ralph D., 
assignor.) 

Butler Manufacturing Company. (See Norquist, Victor 
C, assignor.) 

Butler Paper Products Company. (See Butler, Silas E., 
assignor.) 

Butler, Park C, Nevada, Mo. Motor vehicle chassis 
washer. 2,134,657 ; Oct. 25. 

Butler, Samuel R., Grand Island, Nebr. Clamp. 
2,126,308 ; Aug. 9. 

Butler, Silas E., assignor to Butler Paper Products Com- 
pany, Toledo, Ohio. Carton. 2,118,488 ; May 24. 

Butler, Thomas M., assignor to Burroughs Adding Ma- 
chine Company, Detroit, Mich. Calculating machine. 
2,118,588 ; May 24. 

Butler, Thomas M., assignor to Burroughs Adding Ma- 
chine Company, Detroit, Mich. Business machines. 
2,136,671 : Nov. 15. 

Butler, William H., Palisades, N. J., assignor to Bake- 
lite Corporation, New York, N. Y. Oil compositions. 
2.120,124: June 7. 

Butler, William J., Bickley, assignor to Kleentainers 
(British & Overseas) Ltd., Bromle.v, England. Machine 
for the manufacture of cartons and the like. 2,105,582 ; 
Jan. 18. 

r.utt. Frederic W. (See Hamilton. W. S. H., and Butt.) 

Butterfield, Louis B., Short Hills, N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Measuring device. 2,120,391 ; June 14. 

Butterfield, Louis B., Short Hills, R. F. Garrett, Cran- 
ford, and R. E. Park, Jr., Allwood, N. J., assignors to 
Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Electrical device and making the same. 
2,136,609 ; Nov. 15. 

Butterfield, Louis M., Klttery, Maine. Egg grading ma- 
chine. 2,139,574 ; Dec. 6. 

Butterfield, Thomas P., Watertown, Conn., assignor to 
Field Manufacturing Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Whistle. 2,113,396; Apr. 5. 

Butterworth. Wlllard R., Jr. (See Leonard, J. W., Butter- 
worth, and Wellford.) 

BUttinghaus, Alfred. (See Reltz, H., Hengler, and 
Biittinghaus.) 

Bflttner, Artur, Heidelberg, Germany, assignor to Druck- 
inaschinen Aktiengesellschaft, Glahis, Switzerland. 
Device for Interrupting and re-continuing the printing 
operation of cylinder printing presses. 2,118,965; May 
31. 

Bilttner-Werke Aktiengesellschaft. (See Sllgebarth, Born- 
hard, assignor.) 

Button, George W., Corporation. (See iSlcrad, Milton, as- 
signor.) 

Hulls, ,Ie,in G., Cato, N. Y. Apparatus for transplanting 
trees and the like. 2,130,117 ; Sept. 13. 

Bulls. William J., Brunswick, <!a., assignor of one luilf 
lo Cenleuiiial Development Company, Inc.. Hrlilgeport, 
("imu. Door relainei- or holder, 2.120,602; .Iiiiie II, 

Bultschau, Esther M., Voro Beach, Fin. Lipstick spread- 
er. 2,109,411 ; Feb. 22. 

Bultschau, Esther M., Vero Beach, assignor of one-fourth 
to S. K. Howe. White City, Fin. Lady's handbag 
holder, 2.J2-t,»83 ; July 10. 

Butty, Carlos, Itu.'iios .Mres. .Vrgeiitlnn. Tubular body 
forming apparatus, 2,121,901 ; June 28. 

Bullv. CiirloH, Huenos Aires. Argentina. Container. 
2.l';!3,1K5 ; Oct, I I. 

Itiil/,. .lolin (!., assignor lo The Atlantic Keflnlng Company, 
I'lillndelpbla, I'a, Lubrloant. 2.iaS,.s;t.'-> : Deo. tl, 

ItuI/, Karl, assignor lo II. Tli. Ilolimo .Milli'i\gosellsoliaft. 
Clieinll/., (JeriUMUV, ryroplios|>lialo ester htoaolilng 
agent, 2.1 19. .'12:! : .lune 7. 

Butz, Richard J., and R. C. Cnntolo. Whltlne, Ind.. «»- 

siunors lo Sliii'liilr Hellning Compiinv. Now York, N. Y. 
Manufaoluro of wax aolda. 2,lt8.01ft; Mny 31. 
Iiul7,lri-, I'Mwind W,, .\\Mlon. assltjiiiir to J. Si, llopwood. 
.Miiunl l.obaiiiin, I'a, ApparatUN for foodlng water 
oiindllloiilng clionilcaiN <llreot to bollom. 2, 130, -117: 

Sept, 20. 
Ituxbnuin, Albert H.. Akron, Ohio. SalvaKlng roiiNtltiioitin 
of auloinnblle tlroH and the like. 2,130.009: Nov. R. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Buxbaum, Bertold, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, as- 
signor to General Electric Company. Manufacturing 
plastic articles from pulverulent or granular masses. 
2,111,418; Mar. 15. 

Buxton, Incorporated. (See Boden, George, assignor.) 

Buysch, Heinrich. (See Krantz, H., Simons, and Buysch.) 

Buzzard, Robert W., Kensington, Md. Bath for and 
coating magnesium and its alloys. 2,114,734 ; Apr. 19. 

Buzzard, Robert W., Kensington, Md., and J. H. Wilson, 
Washington, D. C. Treating anodic coatings on mag- 
nesium and its alloys. 2,138,023 ; Nov. 29. 

Byars, Logan C, Los Angeles, Calif. Fountain mop con- 
trol. 2,129,816; Sept. 13. 

Byars, Robert E., Elmhurst, Long Island, N. Y. Hose 
nozzle. 2,139,926 ; Dec. 13. 

Byck, Harold T. (See Loomis, A. G., Byck, and Fidiam.) 

Byerlein, Arthur A., Detroit, Mich., assignor to General 
Machinery Corporation, Hamilton, Ohio. Press. 
2,112,011 ; Mar. 22. 

Byerlein, Arthur A., Detroit, Mich., assignor to General 
Machinery Corporation, Hamilton, Ohio. Press. 
2 112 012 ' Mar. 22. 

Bye'rs, A. M., Company. (See Story, E. B., and Best, 



assignors.) 
Byers, Edwin W., Chicago, 

Jan. 18. 
Byers, Laud 



111. Flashing. 



2,105,996 ; 

Blasting powder. 

Speed control device. 



S., Glendale, Calif, 
"2,136,205 ; Nov. 8. 

Byers, Thomas A., Spokane, Wash. 
2,106,493; Jan. 25. 

Byers, Thomas A., Spokane, Wash. Sectional gear. 
2,111,088; Mar. 15. 

Byford, George E. (See Rapisarda, Edward D., as- 
signor.) 

Byington, James A., Orlando, Fla. Receptacle emptying 
machine. 2,136,488 ; Nov. 15. 

Byram, Frederick C, Springfield, Ohio, assignor to Pen- 
berthy Injector Company, Detroit, Mich. Switch struc- 
ture. 2,131,269 ; Sept. 27. 

Byrd, Lonnie G., Poplar Bluff, Mo. Coupler. 2,110,620 ; 
Mar. 8. 

Byrer, Ralph W., Rockford, 111. Gum massaging ap- 
pliance. 2,129,082 ; Sept. 6. 

Byrkit, Gordon D. (See Lincoln, B. H., and Byrkit.) 

Byrne, Julius I., Detroit, Mich. Door construction. 
2,109,898 ; Mar. 1. 

Byrne, Michael J., Waterville, Maine. Paddle wheel. 
2,130,522; Sept. 20. 

Byrnes, Clarence P. (See James, Joseph H., assignor.) 

Byrnes, Edward P., Jr. (See Curtis, R. H., and Byrnes.) 

Byrom, John K., assignor to The Renold and Coventry 
Chain Company Limited, Didsbury, Manchester, Eng- 
land. Shaft coupling. 2,135,634 ; Nov. 8. 

Byron Jackson Co. (See Grau, Herbert E., assignor.) 

Byron- Jackson Co. (See Hertel, Richard K., assignor.) 

Byron Jackson Co. (See Hollander, Aladar, assignor.) 

Byron-Jackson Co. (See Lundeen, Chester A., assignor.) 

Byron, Kenneth M., Detroit, Mich. Trailer body frame 
2.126.090; Aug. 9. 

Byron, Ralph, assignor to J. O. Ross Engineering Corpo 
ration. New York, N. Y. Metallic lithographic oven 
2,134,906 ; Nov. 1. 

Bystricky, Joseph, assignor to Stewart-Warner Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Lubricating apparatus. 2,123,451 ; 
.Tulv 12. 

Bystrom, Gustavo A. (See Goerke, H. E., Bystrom, and 
Schmale.) 

Bywater, Walter C. (See Crittall, V. G., and By water.) 

Bywater, Wilfred M., Weehawken, N. J., assignor to The 
Barrett Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
coating pipe. 2,113,873 ; Apr. 12. 

C. K. Manufacturing Co. (See Schmidt, William E., as- 
signor.) 

0-Lens Corporation. (See Hoist, L. J. R., Mayer, and 
Menefee, assignors.) 

C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company. (See Allen, Scott E., 
assignor.) 

C.-S. Engineering Company. (See Schellens, Christopher 
A., assignor.) 

C. V. S. Manufacturing Company. (See Smith, George 
R., assignor.) 

Cabassa, Irving, Alliance, Ohio. Automobile suspension 
system. 2.134,599 ; Oct. 25. 

Cabin Crafts. (See McCamy, Robert G., assignor.) 

Cable, Cecil. (See Cable, Roy P., M., and C.) 

Cable, Donald E., Rutherford, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United States Rubber Company, New 
York, N. Y. Making leather-rubber material. 
2.112.517 ; Mar. 29. 

Cable, Manly. (See Cable, Roy P., M., and C.) 

Cable, Roy P., M., and C, Macklin, Saskatchewan, Canada 
Aeroplane propeller. 2,117,788 ; May 17. 

Cable and Wireless Limited. (See Higgltt, H. V., and 
Wood, assignors.) 

r.nbot. Codfi-cv L., Inc. (See Amon, Fred H., assignor.) 
Cabot, Godfrey L., Inc. (See Billings, E., and OfEutt, as- 
signors.) 

Cabot, Godfrey L., Inc. (See Offutt, Harold H., assignor.) 
Cabrera, Pedro F., New York, N. Y. Gas stove and 
appliances. 2,115,007 ; Apr. 26. 

Cacioppo, Casper, et al. (See Goldacker, Edward H., 

assignor.) 
Cacioppo, Charles, et al. (See Goldacker, Edward H., 
assignor.) 



(See Goldacker, Edward H., 
Apparatus for filling 



Cacioppo, Joseph, et al. 
assignor.) 

Caddy, George J., Saugus, Mass. 
cartons. 2,134,907 ; Nov. 1. 

Cade, Robert S., Canton, Ohio. Concrete building mate- 
rial. 2,126,309 ; Aug. 9. 

Cadenbach, Christian A., assignor to Independent Die & 
Supply Company, St. Louis, Mo. Die. 2,119,985 ; 
June 7. 

Cadillac Malleable Iron Company. (See Price, Edward 
T., assignor.) 

Cadman, Addi B., Beloit, Wis. Rheostat. 2,104,020; 
Jan. 4. 

Cadman, Addi B., Beloit, Wis. Brake. 2,106,717 ; Feb. 1. 

Cadman, Addi B., Beloit, Wis. Electromagnetic friction 
device. 2,138,837 ; Dec. 6. 

Cadman, Charles M. (See Hadley, Homer M., assignor.) 

Cadman, William. (See Knight, A. J., and Cadman.) 

Cadwallader, Robert. (See Breer, C, HerreshofC, Clark, 
and Cadwallader.) 

Cadwell, Leon L. • (See Williams, B. E., and Cadwell.) 

Cadwell, Leon L., assignor to Industrial Patents Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Carcass treatment means. 
2,140,150; Dec. 13. 

Cadwell, Sidney M., Grosse Pointe Village, Mich., as- 
signor, by mesne assignments, to United States Rubber 
Company, New York, N. Y. Pneumatic tire. 2,118,774 ; 
May 24. 

Cady, Charles P. (See Johnson, L. E., and Cady.) 

Cadzow, Robert. (See Dowsett, H. M,, and Cadzow.) 

Caesar, George V., assignor to Stein, Hall & Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Water-resistant composition of 
matter. 2,111,204; Mar. 15. 

Caesar, George V., assignor to Stein, Hall & Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Conversion of starchy polysac- 
charides. 2,131,724 ; Oct. 4. 

Caesar, George V., assignor to Stein, Hall & Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Water-resistant fabric. 
2,132,527 ; Oct. 11. 

Cage, Darcy L., Los Angeles, Calif. Fireplace construc- 
tion. 2.110.060 ; Mar. 1. 

Cage, James, "Valley Stream, assignor to Reynolds Metals 
Company, New York, N. Y. Display box. 2,131,093; 
Sept. 27. 

Cage, John M., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Petroleum Rectifying Company of Cali- 
fornia. Dehydration system. 2,108,259 ; Feb. 15. 

Caggiano, Gertrude M., Ozone Park, N. Y. Curtain tie- 
back device. 2,107,885 ; Feb. 8. 

Cahaney, James M., assignor of one-third to C. H. Hook- 
er, Dennison, Ohio, and one-third to A. A. Schmier, 
Detroit, Mich. Dispensing container. 2,111,884 ; Mar. 
22 

Cahiil, Gerald, Chicago, 111. Razor blade. 2,133,018; 
Oct. 11. 

Cahn, Bernard, San Diego, Calif. Garment hanger. 
2,106,563 ; Jan. 25. 

Cahn, Frank J., and B. R. Harris, Chicago, 111. Mar- 
garine. 2,111,042 ; Mar. 15. 

Cahn, Louis, assignor to The Globe Tailoring Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Sample cloth display retainer. 
2,141,461 ; Dec. 27. 

Gaboon, Brent F. (See Wilson, R. W., and Gaboon.) 

Gaboon, Brent F., Kew Gardens, assignor to Captive 
Closures, Inc., New York, N. Y. Closure for contain- 
ers. 2,104,413 ; Jan. 4. 

Cahoon, Brent F., Forest Hills, assignor to Captive 
Closures, Inc., New York, N. Y. Dispensing package 
for liquids. 2,117,296 ; May 17. 

Cahow, Ervin, administrator. (See Cahow, Percy E., 
assignor.) 

Cahow, Percy E., deceased, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. ; E. 
Cahow, administrator. Smoking pipe. 2,116,382 ; 
May 3. 

Cain, Gordon H., Chicago, 111. Heat exchanger. 2,130,455 ; 
Sept. 20. 

Cain, Louis S., Honolulu, Hawaii. Highway guardrail. 
2,123,167 ; July 12. 

Cairns, Robert W., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Explosive and manufacture thereof. 
2,130,712; Sept. 20. 

Cairns, Theodore L., Lindsay, Calif. Orchard spray. 
2,125.602 ; Aug. 2. 

Caise, Charles, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dry shaver. 2,105,855; 
Jan. 18. 

Calco Chemical Company. (See Battegay, Martin, as- 
signor.) 

Calco Chemical Company. (See Crossley, M. L., and 
Shafer, assignors.) 

Calco Chemical Company, The. (See Davis, Harold S., 
assignor.) 

Calco Chemical Co. (See Klipstein, Kenneth H., as- 
signor. ) 

Calco Chemical Company, The. (See Lecher, Hans Z., 
assignor.) 

Calco Chemical Company, The. (See Lecher, H. Z., and 
Pierce, assignors.) 

Calco Chemical Company, The. (See Lecher, H. Z., and 
Sealera, assignors.) 

Calco Chemical Company, The. (See McKee, R. H., and 
Brockman, assignors.) 

Calco Chemical Company. (See Mensing, Carl E., as- 
signor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



101 



Calco Chemical Company, The. (See Munro, W. P., 
Northey, and Lecher, assignors.) 

Calco Chemical Company, The. (See Northey, Elmore H., 
assignor.) 

Calco Chemical Company, The. (See Pineo, Orrin W^ 
assignor.) 

Calcotr. William S., Woodstown, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Pre- 
paring aluminum chloride. 2,123,766 ; July 12. 

Calcott, William S., Woodstown, F. B. Downing, Carney's 
Point, and D. H. Powers, Moorestown, N. J., assignors 
to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Synthetic rubber and its manufacture. Re. 20,777 ; 
July 5. 

Calcutt, Reginald B., Chicago, 111. Weather strip. 
2.120.017 ; June 7. 

Calderwood, Allan H., Martinez, Calif., assignor to Uni- 
versal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment 
of liydrocarbon oils. 2,108,649 ; Feb. 15. 

Caldwell, Albert E., assignor to G. D. Ladd, Lockport, 
111. Electrical connecter. 2,125,485 ; Aug. 2. 

Caldwell, Albert E., Galesburg, 111., assignor to Eby In- 
ventions, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Swivel electrical con- 
nection. 2,134,-355 ; Oct. 25. 

Caldwell, Edwin D., Fredonia, N. Y., assignor to Mohawk 
Equipment Corporation. Saw. 2,128,691 ; Aug. 30. 

Caldwell, Frank W., Hartford, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United Aircraft Corporation. Mak- 
ing propeller blades. 2,114,414 ; Apr. 19. 

Caldwell, Frank W., Hartford, assignor to United Air- 
craft (Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. One-way drive 
for propellers. 2.133,656 : Oct. 18. 

Caldwell, Frank W., Hartford, assignor to United Air- 
craft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Making pro- 
peller blades. 2,138,370; Nov. 29. 

Caldwell, Fred S., Denver, Colo. Headlight for vehicles. 
2,119,734 ; June 7. 

Caldwell, Henry C, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Hendwell Burner Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Burning 
gas. 2,116,096 ; May 3. 

Caldwell, John B., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Overhead 
door. 2,127,155; Aug. 16. 

Caldwell, John R., assignor to The Firestone Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Shoe sole or the like 
and manufacturing same. Re. 20,617 ; Jan. 11. 

Caldwell, Ollie C, Lisbon, Ohio. Window construction. 
2.116.615; May 10. 

Caldwell, Paul. (See Knapheide, M. D., Caldwell, and 
Elmslie.) 

Caldwell, Rufus H., Jackson Heights, Long Island, and 
V. T. Braman, assignors to Bulova Watch Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Method and apparatus for test- 
ing watches. 2,113,825 : Apr. 12. 

Caldwell, Stuart H. (See Girl, C, Caldwell, and 
Dunston.) 

fCaldwcU, Stuart H., assignor to C. Girl, Detroit, Mich. 
Hinge structure. 2,115,381 ; Apr. 26. 

Caldwell, Stuart H., assignor to Kelch Heater Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Speed indicator apparatus for motor 
vehicles. 2,130,296; Sept. 13. 

Caldwell, Stuart H., assignor to Kelch Heater Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Electric shock speed warning. 
2,134,028 : Oct. 25. 

Calfee, Robert K. (See Ritcher, P. O., and Calfee.) 

Calhoun, Free, assignor to Associated Electric Labora- 
tories, Inc., Chicago, 111. Signaling system. 2,124,027 ; 
July 19. 

Calhoun, Paul W., Madison, Fla. Decelerometer. 
2,109.523; Mar. 1. 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Cole, G. M., 
and ('ox, assignors.) 

C;iliforiiia Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Cox, Raymond 
V).. assignor.) 

(Jallfornia Fruit Growers Exchange. (Sec Wilson, Clar- 
encn W., assignor.) 

c.'illfornlii I'oi-tland Cement Company. (See Kaiser, 
Harry K., assignor.) 

California Process (,'ompany. (See Brown, Rus.si'll L,, 
assignor.) 

('nllfornla ProccHS Company. (See Wig, Rudolph J., as- 
signor.) 

Cnliforulii T'riino & Apricot Growers Assoc^iatlon. (See 
Lovo. Curl F., assignor.) 

Callfornlu Spray-Cheinlcal Corporation. (See Volck, Wil- 
liam H., assignor.) 

Ciilli'Driihi 'r.v|)i'\vrll<'r & Adding Machine (,'o. (Sci- Mar 
ran, Mnrlin .!.. assignor.) 

(!all(liin. Albert I')., Aki'on, Ohio, assignor lo The It. I'', 
(loodrlcli ConiiHinv, New York, N. Y. ConlliuioiiH proc 
esH for (he chlorlnal Ion of ki'loncs. 2, 120, .302 ; June M. 

CalklnH, CliMiiiici'y l<., iiNHlgiiipi' Id \,. A. Fdi-ri'r, ClilcMgi), 
III. I'lji'cl rical Hi'l n|> i IiimiIhih. 2.1 'J I .ri.SI ; .Iiiiii' 21. 

Calkins, CImunccy L., asHlgiior to L. A. lOdi'riT, Clilcagu, 
III. Two wuv I'liTlrlciil coniniunlcutliin HyHlcin. 
2.i;i0,7:i0 ; Scpl. 20. 

CiilkltiH, CliiMini-i'y I,., MHMlgnor to L. A. Kdi'rcr, Clilciigo, 
III. I'Mi'Cl rlcal I ranKriill I Irig mcchanlNin and cliciill. 
2,i:»t,(l72 ; Nov. Ki. 
CiilkhiH, ('luiuiUM'v L., nsHlgiior to Ii. A. I'Mi'rer, Clilcngo, 
III. Eli'drlcal liiipulHc gcni'rator. 2,M0,r»7.'l: Dec. 
20. 
CalklnH. Harold S., Wayhind. Midi. Coif biig and »c 
ccHHory llii'ri'for. 2,1M.R70; Apr. 111. 



Calkins, Lyle E., and O. S. Levi, assignors to Save Elec- 
tric Corporation, Toledo, Ohio. Electric lamp bulb 
2,108,847 ; Feb. 22. 

("alkins, Lyle E., and O. S. Levi, assignors to Save Electric 
Corporation, Toledo, Ohio. Making inside frosted elec- 
tric lamp bulbs. 2,122,517 ; July 5. 

Calkins, Raymond M. (See Swank, James W., assignor.) 

Call, George M., New York, N. Y. Trap. 2,132,983 ; 
Oct. 11. 

Callaghan, George H. (See Dewan, Leon, assignor.) 

Callaghan, Martin A., Burlingame, Calif. Steel parti 
tion construction. 2,138,291 ; Nov. 29. 

Callahan, George, Resaca, assignor of one-half to L. Ber- 
man, Dalton, Ga. Tufting attachment for sewing ma- 
chines. 2,120,229 ; June 14. 

Callahan, John, Lawrence, Kans. Hat bag. 2,122,714 ; 
July 5. 

Callahan, John A., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Bathtub. 2,122,245 ; June 
28. 

Callahan, John T., Waban, assignor to Archer Rubber 
Company, Milford, Mass. Composite fabric. 2,113,718 ; 
Apr. 12. 

Callahan, Michael J. (See Arnold, E. F. and Callahan.) 

Callan, Earl F., Glendale Calif. Spraying molten pul- 
verized quartz or enamel mixtures. 2,137,442 ; Nov. 22. 

Calland, Otho G., Barberton, assignor to The Ohio Brass 
Company, Mansfield, Ohio. Assembling electric insu- 
lators. 2,135,326 ; Nov. 1. 

r'allari, Charles. (See Scuderi, B., and Callari.) 

Callen, Frank J., Clanton, Ala. Paper money counting 
mechanism. 2,107,977 ; Feb. 8. 

Callender, Albert, Winnington, Northwich, England, as- 
signor to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Auto- 
matic control of variable physical characteristics. 
2,133,246; Oct. 11. 

Callender's Cable and Construction Company. (See Brigg, 
J. E., and (Jibson, assignors.) 

C.Tllender's Cable and Construction Company. (See 
Hunter, P. V.. and Hill, assignors.) 

Callender's Cable and Construction Company. (See 
Vincent, Russell S., assignor.) 

Callender's Cable and Construction Company Limited. 
(See Gooding, Hubert T., assignor.) 

Gallery, George L., New Castle, Del. Horn button at- 
tachment. 2,141,374 ; Dec. 27. 

Calleson, Edgar A., RIerrick, N. Y. Manufacture of 
sheet metal caps. 2,136,933 ; Nov. 15. 

Calling, John, Chicago, 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Pump. 2,124,185 ; July 19. 

Callis, Conral C, Oakmont, Pa. Fuel. 2,104.021 ; Jan. 4. 

Callo, Alexander. (See Gcrngross, O., and Callo.) 

Calloy Limited. (See Kirsebom, Gustaf N., assignor.) 

Callsen, Albert, Stuttgart-Botnang, assignor to Robert 
Bosch Gesellschatt mit beschrUnktcr Haftunp. Ap- 
paratu.s for switching on the starter of an internal 
combustion engine. 2,123,133 ; July 5. 

Callsen, Albert, assignor to Robert Bosch G(>sellscliaft mit 
boschranktor Ilaftung, Stuttgart. (Jermanv. Starting 
internal combustion ongini-s. 2.1 2.'!. 711 ; July 11'. 

Callspn, Albert. Stutlgnrt-Botnang, Germany, assignor to 
Robert Bosch (5esellseliaft mit-boschrankter Haftung. 
Starting apparatus for internal combustion engines. 
2,128,020 ; Aug. 23. 

C.iUscn. Albert. Sintlgarl-Botnang. assignor to Robert 
lioscli Ce.sellsclial't mit h<>sclir!iukter Ilaftung. Stuttgart. 
(!ermanv. Engine starting apparatus. 2. 133,. '531 ; Oct. 
18. 

Callsen, Jiirgen, Wuppprtal-Elborfeld, Germany, assignor 
(o Winlhrop Clieniieal C<)ini)any, Inc.. New York, N. Y. 
Alkoxyalkyl mercury nitrogen compounds. 2.119,701 ; 
June 7. 

C.ilniin. Roger S.. ^^■nshington, D. C, assignor to The 
Kieliter & Philliiis Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Belt. 
2.134,000; Oct. 25. 

Calorlder Corporation, The. (See Weiss, John M.. as- 
signor.) 

C.iluiiiel Keflning Company. (Sec Cromer. Charles W.. 
assignor. ) 

Ciilva, Jose B. (See Tomslcek. W. J., Dodge, and Calva.) 

Calva, .lose 1!.. St. Paul, assignor to General Products 
Corpora I Ion. Mlnni'n|>olls. Minn. Making a greaseproof 
container. 2.122,907; .Inly 5. . 

Calvert, .lames W., assignor to C. Iv S. 'rownsend. lliilll 
more. Mil. Coin eontrolled dispensing and simiul nppii- 
ralus. 2.1 17. II I ; .May 10. 

Calvert. Hubert, Simis(ImI<-, N. Y.. K. L. Pern. Biirllnpuno. 
MMil (i. .\. .\lle.H, l.ii.s .\ngeleN. Cnllf.. iisslKUors. liy mesne 
nsHlgnmenlH, to ('elite Corporation, New York, N, V. 
DlalomaceouH earlh product and iitiikinK the same. 

ife •^^),H^■^ -. sepi. «. 

Calvert, William C. (Se(« Klnkelniann, II. A., MofTell, 

and Calverl.) 
Culvert, William C.. Oak Park. Ill,, assignor to Wlniifoot 

CorporMtlon. Wlliiiliigton, Pel. Vuleiuil7.atlon of rub 

lier. 'J.rjp. II I.-. : Sept (I. 
Calveil. Wllllain C.. Chicago, III., assignor to WIngfoot 

Corporation. WllinliiKlon. Itel. .\ppariilns for ninnii- 

raeliirlng rubber hydroelilorldo flims. 2.1:11.172; Oct. 

Cahert, Wllllaiu C., Chloaco, III., nssli:nor to Wlnufoot 
CoriMinitliiM. Akron, Ohio. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Calvete, Isidore B., Clapham, London, England, assignor 
to Eugene, Ltd., New York, N. Y. Permanent waving 
of hair. 2,126,170; Aug. 9. 

Calvin, Edwin, Akron, Ohio. Footwear. 2,134,173 ; Oct. 
25. 

Calvin, Edwin, Akron, Ohio. Footwear. 2,138,955 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Calvy, Jean, Paris, France. Friction bearing for aircraft 
control surfaces. 2,119,151 ; May 31. 

Calzavara, Luigi, Rome, Italy. Protective structure 
against artillery shells. 2,110,322 ; Mar. 8. 

Caml>6ss6d6s, Jean E. F., Paris, France. Automobile body- 
work. 2,111,885 ; Mar. 22. 

Cambridge, Allan S., Omarama, New Zealand. Mowing 
machine. 2,114,210 ; Apr. 12. 

Cambridge, Allan S., Dalrachney Station, Omarama, New 
Zealand. Mowing machine. 2,127,053 ; Aug. 16. 

Cambridge Rubber Co. (See Dunbar, Ernest W., as- 
signor.) 

Cambridge Rubber Co. (See Reynolds, Charles E., as- 
signor. ) 

Camel Pen Company. (See Kingman, Russell B., as- 
signor. ) 

Cameo Corporation. (See Barnes, Thomas F., assignor.) 

Cameron, Allan M., Oak Park, assignor to Cameron Can 
Machinery Co., Chicago, 111. Can body Sanger. 
2,119,666 : June 7. 

Cameron, Allan M., Oak Park, assignor to Cameron Can 
Machinery Co., Chicago, 111. Apparatus for soldering 
ends to can bodies. 2,132,145 ; Oct. 4. 

Cameron Can Machinery Co. (See Cameron, Allan M., as- 
signor.) 

Cameron Can Machinery Co. (See Cameron, William, 
assignor.) 

Cameron, Charles. (See Morrison, G., and Cameron.) 

Cameron, Donald G. (See Truesdell, F. W., Cameron, 
and Whyte.) 

Cameron, Donald G., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Dual-load meter. 2,132,256 ; Oct. 4. 

Cameron Iron Works. (See Burke, W. E., and Works, 
assignors.) 

Cameron, James D., Madawaska, Ontario, Canada. Rotary 
sleeve valve for internal combustion engines. 2,117,650 ; 
May 17. 

Cameron, James G., Aberfoyle, Scotland. Tamping and 
rolling machine operated by vibration. Re. 20,663 ; 
Mar. 1. 

Cameron, Mortimer B., Edeewood, assignor to The 
Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. 
Movement restraining means. 2,128,037 ; Aug. 23. 

Cameron, William, assignor to Cameron Can Machinery 
Co., Chicago, 111. Work feeding apparatus. 2,119,665 ; 
June 7. 

Cameron, William J.. Chicago, 111. Visual indicator for 
ascertaining conditions of the circulatory system. 
2,121,014: June 21. 

Camerota, Louis A., Burlington, assignor to Florence 
Pipe Foundry & Machine Company, Florence, N. J. 
Apparatus for coating pipes. 2,114,974 ; Apr. 19. 

Camerota, Louis A., Burlington, assignor to Florence 
Pipe Foundry & Machine Company, Florence, N. J. 
Coating pipes. 2,114,975 ; Apr. 19. 

Camiener, Paul M. (See Marshall, W., and Camiener, 
assignors.) 

Camilli, Guglielmo, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Current transformer. 2.129,524 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Camilli, Guglielmo, and W. E. Linch, Pittsfield, Mass., 
assignors to General Electric Company. Cascade trans- 
former. 2,113,421 ; Apr. 5. 

Caminetz, Morris. (See Weigele, J. W., and Caminetz.) 

Cammen, Carolyn C. (See Cammen, Leon, assignor.) 

Camnien, Leon, assignor to C. C. Cammen, New York, 
N. Y. Telegraph printer. 2,136,411 ; Nov. 15. 

Camp, Percy B., Maywood, 111., assignor to Universal 
Draft Gear Attachment Co. Hand brake. 2,112,235 ; 
Mar. 29. 

Camp, Percy B., Maywood, m., assignor to Cardwell 
Westinghouse Company. Railway truck. 2,141,767 ; 
Dec. 27. 

Camp, Thomas R., Newton, Mass., assignor to The Jeffrey 
Manufacturing Company. Apparatus for purifying liq- 
uids. 2,118,157 : May 24. 

Camp, William M., Glen Ridge, assignor to The Clark 
Thread Company, Newark, N. J. Lap preventer. 
2,123.499 ; July 12. 

Campbell, A. S., Co. (See Campbell, Alphonso S., as- 
signor.) 

Campbell, A. S., Co. (See Holmes, Harold H., assignor.) 

Campbell, A. S., Co. (See McAdams, James F., assignor.) 

Campbell, Alphonso S., Winchester, assignor to A. S. 
Campbell Co., Inc., East Boston, Mass. Vertical 
bumper. 2,106,130 ; Jan. 18. 

Campbell, Alphonso S., Winchester, assignor to A. S. 
Campbell Co., Inc., East Boston, Mass. Vertical bump- 
er. 2,138,782 ; Nov. 29. 

Campbell, Arthur A., Huron, Ohia Rubbing appliance. 
2.112.593 : Mar. 29 

Campbell, Bruce H., Atlanta, Ga. Rheostat for an elec- 
trical battery indicator. 2,125,219 ; July 26. 

Campbell, Charles, London, England, assignor to Interna- 
tional Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Calculating machine. 2,113,612; Apr. 12. 



Campbell, Charles, London, England, assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 

N. Y. Accounting machine. 2,126,615 ; Aug. 9. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 

New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 2,130,713 ; 

Sept. 20. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 

New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 2,130,714 ; 

Sept. 20. 
Campbell. Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 

New York Air Brake Company. Air filter. 2,134,601 ; 

Oct. 25. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 

New York Air Brake Company. Filter. 2,135,100; 

Nov. 1. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 

New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 2,136,573 ; 

Nov. 15. 
Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to 

The New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 

2.136.574 ; Nov. 15. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Fluid pressure brake. 

2.136.575 ; Nov. 15. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Fluid pressure brake. 

2.136.576 ; Nov. 15. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Fluid pressure brake. 

2.136.577 : Nov. 15. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Fluid pressure brake. 
2,136,578; Nov. 15. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Fluid pressure brake. 
2,136,579 ; Nov. 15. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Fluid pressure brake. 
2,136,580; Nov. 15. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 2,136,581 ; 
Nov. 15. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 2,136,582 ; 
Nov. 15. 

Campbell, Charles H., Kent, Ohio. Treatment of leather. 
2,133,224 ; Oct. 11. 

Campbell, Charles H., Kent, Ohio. Rubber composition 
and compounding. 2,136.771 ; Nov. 15. 

Campbell, Curtis Q. M., Pittsburgh, Pa. Purification of 
liquids. 2,130,789 ; Sept. 20. 

Campbell, Donald A., assignor to G. W. McKee, Rock- 
ford, 111. Gaseous fuel burner. 2,105,344 ; Jan. 11. 

Campbell, Donald J. (See Reichert, J. S., Campbell, Hine- 
gardner, and London.) 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottawa 
County, Mich. Brake drum cooling device. 2,106,702 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottawa 
County, assignor to Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry 
Company, Muskegon Heights, Mich. Camshaft. 
2,107,747 ; Feb. 8. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottawa 
County, assignor to Campbell, Wyant & Cannon 
Foundry Company, Muskegon Heights, Mich. Hollow 
crankshaft. 2,109,083 ; Feb. 22. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake ''ownshlp, Ottawa 
County, assignor to Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry 
Company, Muskegon Heights, Mich. Molding appa- 
ratus. 2,122,022 ; June 28. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottawa 
County, assignor to Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry 
Company, Muskegon, Mich. Mold. 2,127,204 ; Aug. 16. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottawa 
County, assignor to Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Found- 
ry Company, Muskegon Heights, Mich. Found- 
ry molding. 2,138,623 ; Nov. 29. 

Campbell. Donald J., Muskegon Heights. Mich. Internal 
combustion engine cooling system. 2,121.015 ; June 21. 

Campbell, Donald J., Muskegon Heights, Mich. Molding 
machine. 2,131,935 ; Oct. 4. 

Campbell, Donald J., and A. G. Anderson, assignors to 
Campbell, Wyant and Cannon Foundry Company, 
Muskegon Heights, Mich. Apparatus for coating molds. 
2,106,701; Feb. 1. 

Campbell, Donald J., and L. P. London, Niagara Falls, 
N. Y., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Bleaching beeswax. 2,108,282 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottawa 
Count.v, and C. W. Dake. Grand Haven, assignors to 
Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company, Muske- 
gon Heights. Mich. Mold for manufacture of brake 
drums. 2,138.624; Nov. 29. 

Campbell, Edward, Detroit, assignor of one-fifth to S. T. 
Handv. Lansing, Mich. Vacuum cleaner. 2,134,396 ; 
Oct. 25. 

Campbell, George, assignor of fifty-one per cent to J. 
White, Prescott, Ark. Lawn broom. 2,131,612 ; Sept. 
27. 

Campbell, Grover S. (See Jagoe, Walker M., assignor.) 

Campbell, Harris S., Willow Grove, assignor to Autoglro 
Company of America, Philadelphia, Pa. Aircraft with 
rotatable sustaining means. 2,122,450 ; July 5. 



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Campbell, Harris S., assignor to Autogiro Company of 

America, Willow Grove, Pa. Aircraft sustaining rotor. 

2,127,105; Aug. 16. 
Campbell, Harris S., assignor to Autogiro Company of 

America, Willow Grove, Pa. Roadable autorotative- 

winged aircraft. 2,135,699 ; Nov. 8. 
Campbell, Harry A., and G. H. Vinette, Detroit, assignors 

to Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Seat 

construction. 2.121,856 ; June 28. 
Campbell, Harry E., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Campbell 

Metal Window Corporation, New York, N. Y. Casement 

window operating means. 2,106,081 ; Jan. 18. 
Campbell, Harry E., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Campbell 

Metal Window Corporation. Window frame and sash 

construction. 2,113,959 ; Apr. 12. 
Campbell, Harry W., Los Angeles, Calif. Shot for athletic 

uses. 2,117,938 ; May 17. 
Campbell, Harry W., Los Angeles, and T. S. Graham, 

Inglewood, Calif. Javelin. 2,122,023 ; June 28. 
Campbell, Herbert F., assignor to Pennsylvania Crusher 

Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Cone crusher. 2,132,508 ; 

Oct. 11. 
Campbell, Hugh L., Hazelton, Pa. Sanding attachment 

for brickmaking machines. 2,115,301 ; Apr. 26. 
Campbell, John. (See Hanson, D., and Pell-Walpole.) 
Campbell, Kenneth, Radburn, N. J., assignor to Wright 

Aeronautical Corporation. Engine cowling. 2,119,221 ; 

May 31. 
Campbell, Kenneth, Radburn, and P. B. Taylor, Upper 

Montclair, N. J., assignors to Wright Aeronautical Cor- 
poration. Controllable engine cowling. 2,137,386 ; 

Nov. 22. 
Campbell, Melvin M., South St. Joseph, Mo., assignor to 

Industrial Patents Corporation, Chicago, 111. Casing 

conveyer. 2,104.450 ; Jan. 4. 
Campbell Metal Window Corporation. (See Campbell, 

Harry E., assignor.) 
Campbell Metal Window Corporation. (See Sargent, A., 

and Armstrong, assignors.) 
Campbell Metal Window Corporation. (See Sargent, John 

A., assignor.) 
Campbell, Neil L., assignor to Mannington Mills, In- 
corporated, Salem, N. J. Producing felt base floor 

coverings. Re. 20,853 ; Sept. 13. 
Campbell, Neil L., assignor to Mannington Mills, Incor- 
porated, Salem, N. J. Producing felt base floor cover- 
ings. 2,123.646: July 12. 
Campbell, Nicholas D., Hackensack, N. J. Tire inflating 

and ventilating device. 2,119,735 ; June 7. 
Campbell, Richard L. (See Wile, D. D., and Campbell.) 
Campbell, Richard L., Oaklyn, N. J., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. Television 

system. 2,110,982 ; Mar. 15. 
Campbell, Richard L., assignor to Philco Radio and 

Television Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Electrical 

system. 2,141,343 ; Dec. 27. 
Campbell, Robert, West New Brighton, Staten Island, 

N. Y., and J. R. Proctor, assignors to Atlas Steel 

Barrel Corporation, Bayonne, N. J. Full removable 

drum head clamping ring. 2,125,767 ; July 2. 
Campbell, Robert E., York, England. Reflex camera. 

2,119,200 ; May 31. 
Campbell, Samuel J., Green Bay, Wis. Wrapping toilet 

paper and the like. 2,113,078 ; Apr. 5. 
Campbell, Samuel J., assignor of one-half to HudsoB 

Sharp IMachine Company, Green Bay, Wis. Manufac- 
turing folded paper articles. 2,114,415 ; Apr. 19. 
Campbell, Stanley T., assignor to The Aetna Rubber 

Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Mold. 2,133,019 ; Oct. 11. 
Campbell, Sterling H., and F. H. Pietzsch, assignors to 

Western Railway Equipment Company, St. Louis, Mo. 

Floor construction. 2,114.556 ; Apr. 19. 
Campbell, Sumner E., Long Beach, Calif. Treating emul- 
sions. 2,133,186 ; Oct. 11. 
Campbell Taggart Associated Bakeries, Inc. (See Archer, 

Philip D.. assignor. ) 
Campbell, Walter L., Boston, Mass. Meat tenderizer. 

2,135,900; Nov. 8. 
Campbell, Walter R., and V. B. Ailing, Vancouver, Wash. 

Canning dried fruits. 2,115,382 ; Apr. 26. 
Campbell, Wendell B., Morrow, Ohio. Voting machine. 

2,130,338 ; Sept. 20. 
Campbell, William A., and R. Givens, Carbondale, 111. 

Combined seat and automatic closure tor dry closets. 

2,136,489 : Nov. 15. 
Campbell, William B., assignor of one-fourth to L. S. 

Madlem, San Francisco, Calif. Pump for semifluids. 

2,125,283; Aug. 2. 
Campbell, William J., assignor to Petroleum Machinery 

Corporation, New York, N. Y. Swab device for wells. 

2,135,107; Nov. 1. 
Campholl, William R., Battle Creek, Mich. Roller skate. 

2,122..'?1] ; June 28, 
Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company. (See 

Anderson, A. G., and Kibbe, assignors.) 
Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company. (See 

Aske, Irving E., assignor.) 
Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company. (See 

Campbell, Donald J., assignor.) 
Campbell, Wyant and Cannon Foundry Company. (See 

Campbell, D. J., and Anderson, assignors.) 
Campl)ell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company. (See 

Campbell, D. J., and Dake, assignors.) 
Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company. (See 

Dake, Charles W., assignor.) 



Campion, James F., Freeport, N. Y. Glass pane holding 
device. 2,117,939 ; May 17. 

Campolunghi, Giovanni, assignor to Societa Anonima Min- 
erva, Rome, Italy. Treatment of schappe thread bands 
of artificial silk, and apparatus therefor. 2,133,535 ; 
Oct. 18. 

Campos, Adolfo J., assignor of one-half to J. N. Hemsley, 
Kearny, N. J. Cigarette case. 2,123.692: July 12, 

Campos, Louis H., New York, N. Y. Airtight coffee con- 
tainer. 2,116,300; May 3. 

Campus, Cesare C^ assignor to P. A. Campus, Santa 
Monica, Calif. Container housing flushing apparatus. 
2,120,448 ; Aug. 9. 

Campus, Paul A. (See Campus, Cesare C, assignor.) 

Canada Cycle & Motor Company. (See Peace, Harvey W., 
assignor.) 

Canada Paper Company. (See Grant, Dallas, assignor.) 

Canada Paper Co. et al. (See Kernin, Alfred G., as- 
signor.) 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Limited. (See Grierson, 
George A. H., assignor.) 

Canadian Electro Products Company. (See Wisdom, 
Stuart A., assignor.) 

Canadian Pulp and Paper Research Corporation. (See 
Maass, O., and Richardson, assignors.) 

Canadian Vickers Limited. (See Ferrier, Alan, assignor.) 

Canady, Don, Cleveland, Ohio. Film-phonograph for re- 
ducing a sound track and rephotographing the reduced 
track onto a narrow independent film remote from the 
master film. 2,117,145 ; May 10- 

Canavan, Edward J., Teaneck, N. J., assignor to The 
Barrett Company, New York, N. Y. Bituminous paint 
and making the same. 2.121,949 ; June 28. 

Candee, Allan H. (See Wildhaber, E., and Candee.) 

Candee, Allan H., assignor to Gleason Works, Rochester, 
N. Y. Method of and machine for producing gears. 
2.104,184: Jan. 4. 

Candor, Robert R., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Dayton, Ohio. Refrigerating apparatus. 

2.127.990 ; Aug. 23. 

Candor, Robert R., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Dayton, Ohio. Refrigerating apparatus. 

2.127.991 ; Aug. 23. 

Candor, Robert R., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Dayton, Ohio. Refrigerating apparatus. 
2,131,834 ; Oct. 4. 

Candor, Robert R., and D. F. Alexander, assignors to 
General Motors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Refriger- 
ating apparatus. 2,104,383 ; Jan. 4. 

Candy, Albert M., La Grange, 111. Control system. 
2.110,436; Mar. 8. 

Candy, Albert T., Jr., Oak Park, assignor to Candy & 
Company, Inc., Chicago, 111. Coded wire. 2.106,048 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Candy & Company. (See Candy, Albert T., Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Canetta, John, Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Fluid 
pressure brake. 2,115,515; Apr. 26. 

Canetta, John, Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westinghouse 
Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Variable load 
brake. 2,128,038 ; Aug. 23. 

Canetta, John, and jE. S. Cook, Wilkinsburg, assignors to 
The Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, 
Pa. Fluid pressure brake control. 2,130,612 ; Sept. 
20. 

Canfield, Earl L. (See Doane, Leroy C, assignor.) 

Canfield, Edward R., Goodman. Mo. Front wheel drive 
for motor vehicles. 2,13.''..536 ; Oct. 18. 

Canfield, Harry R. (See Roemer, Ralph R., assignor.) 

C!anfield, Jesse J., and G. W. McGohan, assignors to The 
American Rolling Mill Company, Middletown, Ohio. 
Metal article for coating. 2,127,388; Aug. 16. 

Canfield, Joseph P., et al. (See Barrington, O. W., and 
White.) 

Canfield, Kendall E. (See Durham, H. N., and Can- 
field.) 

Canfield, Robert W., West Hartford, assignor to Hartford- 
Empire Company, Hartford, Conn. Glass melting 
furnace. 2,106,547 ; Jan. 25. 

Canfield, Robert W., and T. Waugh, West Hartford, as- 
signors to Hartford-Empire Company, Hartford, Conn, 
Apparatus for forming glassware. 2,106.546: Jan. 25. 

Canister Company, The. (See Kernahan, Martin P., as- 
signor.) 

Cannard, William H., Green Bay, Wis. Multistage creping 
apparatus. 2,141,809 ; Dec. 27. 

Cannata, John, Chicago, 111. Automobile door locking 
device. 2,141,902; Dec, 27. 

Canning, Charles V., assignor to Sweets Laboratories, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Stencil sheet. 2,140,500 ; Dec. 
20. 

Cannlty, Ernest, assignor to The James Hunter Machine 
Company, North Adams, Mass. Compression roll. 
2.138,397; Nov. 29. 

Cannon, Charles 15. (See Shy vers, Ken C, assignor.) 

Cannon & (^o. (See Padva, 1*,, and Cannon, assignors.) 

Cannon, Ear), RockvlUe Centre, assignor to E. W. Bliss 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. PreflU valve for hydraulic 
pres.sos. 2,127,324 ; Aug. 10. 

Cannon. George 10., llouslon, Tox.. assignor to Standard 
Oil Devi'lopmcnt Company. Drilling lluid for eonilmt- 
Ing heaving shale. 2,109,858 ; Mar. 1. 

Cannon. George W,. Interlnken, Noi-lh Muskegon, .Mich. 
Conveyer. 2,109,800; Mar. 1. 



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Cannon, James A. (See Sanders, C. E., Cannon, and 
Howell.) 

Cannon, John W., Plainfield, N. J. Fluid fuel buiniug 
apparatus. 2,135,275 ; Nov. 1. 

Cannon, Lloyd J. (See Padva, P., and Cannon.) 

Cannon Mills Company. (See O'Neill, E. W., and Hoskins, 
assignors.) 

Cannon, Perry E., et al. (See Strassman, Otto A., as- 
signor.) 

Cannon, E. Blair. (See Williams, James C, assignor.) 

Cannon, Wilford Y., Salt Lake City, Utah. Sound re- 
producer. 2,128,398 ; Aug. 30. 

Cannon, William W., assignor to Alpha Products Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Liquid measuring dispensing 
valve. 2,135,168 ; Nov. 1. 

Cantelo, Eobert Charles. (See Butz, E. J., and Cantelo.) 

Canter, Morris, New York, N. Y. Method and apparatus 
for applying metallic seals. 2,122,557 ; July 5. 

Cantrell, Frank J., San Anselmo, Calif. Soap dispensing 
device. 2,122,636; July 5. 

Cantrell, Lorraine V., Berkeley, Calif. Draftsman's rule. 
2,124,051 ; July 19. 

Cantrell, Troy L., and J. O. Turner, Lansdowne, assignors 
to Gulf Oil Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufac- 
ture of improved lubricating compositions. 2,109,463 ; 
Mar. 1. 

Cantrell, Troy L., and J. O. Turner, Lansdowne, assignors 
to Gulf Oil Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufac- 
ture of thioethers of alpha-anthraquinone. 2,109,464 ; 
Mar. 1. 

Cantrell, Troy L., Lansdowne, Pa., and J. O. Turner, 
Bartlesville, Okla., assignors to Gulf Oil Corporation, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Azo dyes derived from beta-naphthol. 
2,121,016; June 21. 

Cantrell, Troy L., and J. O. Turner, Lansdowne, assignors 
to Gulf "Oil Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Beta- 
naphthol monoazo alkoxy-nitrophenyl dyes. 2,121,017 ; 
June 21. 

Cantrell. Troy L., and J. O. Turner, Lansdowne, assignors 
to Gulf Oil Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Lubricant. 
2,134,432 ; Oct. 25. 

Cantrell, Troy L., and J. O. Turner, Lansdowne, assignors 
to Gulf Oil Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Lubricating 
oil. 2,134,433 : Oct. 25. 

Cantrell, Troy L., and J. O. Turner, Lansdowne, as- 
signors to Gulf Oil Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manu- 
facture of alkyl-phenvloxy-ethex's of 2 : 4 dinitrobenzene. 
2,134,434 ; Oct. 25. 

Cantrell, Troy L., and J. O. Turner, Lansdowne, assignors 
to Gulf Oil Corparotion, Pittsburgh, Pa. Turbine lubri- 
cation. 2,134,435 ; Oct. 25. 

Cantrell, Troy L., and J. O. Turner, Lansdowne, assignors 
to Gulf Oil Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Extreme 
pressure lubrication. 2,134,436 ; Oct. 25. 

Canuteson, Irving L., Beaumont, Tex., assignor to Pre- 
cision Scientific Company, Chicago, 111. Temperature 
measuring device. 2,107,468 ; Feb. 8. 

Capaldo, Louis A., New York, N. Y. Umbrella. 2,128,634 ; 
Aug. 30. 

Capel, Louis J. M., Marseille, France. Parachute. 
2,111,886 ; Mar. 22. 

Capezio, Salvatore, East Paterson, N. J. Sound produc- 
ing device for footwear. 2,105,642 ; Jan. 18. 

Capezio, Salvatore, East Paterson, N. J. Toe tap. 
2,118,835 ; May 31. 

Capezio, Salvatore, Bast Paterson, N. J. Side tap and 
tap assembly for dancers. 2,124,908 ; July 26. 

Capillon, Edward A., assignor to D. E. Makepeace Com- 
pany, Attleboro, Mass. Solder filled wire. 2,138,088 ; 
Nov. 29. 

Capital City Products Company, The. (See Moore, H. E., 
and Vogel, assignors.) 

Capital National Bank, The. (See Connelly, George F., 
assignor.) 

Caplan, Leo, Brooklyn, N. Y. Toilet article. 2,112,518 : 
Mar. 29. 

Caplan, Milton M. (See Lurssen, Herman H., assignor.) 

Caples, Robert C, Eeno, Nev. Pocket ash receiver. 
2,141,783 ; Dec. 27. 

Cappette, Florls. (See Coussement, H. P., and Cappette.) 

Capps, Washington T., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The 
Standard Stoker Company, Incorporated. Drive mech- 
anism. 2.115.517: Apr. 26. 

Capps, Washington T., Baltimore, Md., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Standard Stoker Company, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Stoker conveyer. 2,119,071 ; May 31. 

Capps, Washington T., Baltimore, Md., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Standard Stoker Company, Inc. 
(1922), New York, N. Y. Sectional fuel distributor. 
2,127,4.59: Aug. 16. 

Capps, Washington T., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The 
Standard Stoker Company, Incorporated. Flexible ""ou- 
pling. 2,136,412 ; Nov. 15. 

Caprio, Amerigo F. (See Anderson, B., and Caprio.) 

Caprotti, Arturo, Milan, Italy. Variable valve lift for 
oscillating valve gears. 2,119,904 ; June 7. 

Caps, Arthur W. (See Landrock, P., and Caps.) 

Capstan Glass Company. (See Brown, Banks D., as- 
signor.) 

Capstan Glass Company. (See McNamara, William L., 
assienor.) 

Capstick, John W., Verdun, Quebec, Canada. Tape bind- 
ing and package closing machine. 2,109,328 ; Feb. 22. 

Captive Closures, Inc. (See Cahoon, Brent F., assignor.) 



Captive Closures, Inc. (See Wilson, R. W., and Cahoon, 
assignors.) 

Capuano, Crescenzo, Los Angeles, Calif. Trousers. 
2,113,646 ; Apr. 12. 

Caraballo, Martin, and J. G. Zendegui, Tampa, Pla. De- 
vice for perforating the ends of cigars. 2,104,291 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Caraballo, Martin, and J. G. Zendegui, Tampa, Fla. 
Cigar tip perforating machine. 2,104,292 ; Jan. 4. 

Caracristi, Virginius Z., Bronxville, assignor to The Su- 
erheater Company, New York, N. Y. Locomotive su- 
perheater. 2,107,815 ; Feb. 8. 

Carawan, Ashley, Chicago, 111. Hair dyeing equipment. 
2,3 10.041 ; Mar. 1. 

Caraway, George W., Bishopville, S. C. Shirt attach- 
ment. 2,137,563 ; Nov. 22. 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Blair, 
C. M., and Carruthers, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Boese, 
Albert B., Jr., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Chit- 
wood, H. C, and Perkins, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Cox, 
Henry L., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Cox, 
H. L., and Matlack, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Groff, 
Frazier, assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Lang- 
well, H., Maddocks, and Short, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Mc- 
Xauiee, R. W., and Blair, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Reed, 
Marion C, assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See 
Rowland, K. H., and Wallin, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Smith, 
Omar H., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemical Corporation. (See Vaughn, 
Thomas H., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Wil- 
son, Alexander L., assignor.) 

Carbis, Henry J., assignor to Aluminum Ladder Co., 
Tarentum, Pa. Ladder. 2,126,171 ; Aug. 9. 

Carboloy Company. (See Dean, Reginald S., assignor.) 

Carboloy Company. (See Engle, Edgar W., assignor.) 

Carboloy Company. (See Simons, Morris, assignor.) 

Carbon Interleaved Forms Corporation. (See Fulk, 
George L., assignor.) 

Carbonara, Victor E., Rockville Centre, N. Y., assignor 
to Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. In- 
dicating instrument. 2,127,807 ; Aug. 23. 

Carbonara, Victor E., Eockville Centre, N. Y., assignor to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Change 
responsive controlling means. 2,132,286 ; Oct. 4. 

Carbondale Machine Corporation. (See Hirsch, Sylvan 
E., assignor.) 

Carbondale Machine Corporation. (See Kroft, V. E., and 
Roe, assignors.) 

Carbonneau, Gordon S., assignor to Utah Radio Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Loudspeaker. 2,141,949 ; Dec. 
27. 

Carbo-Norit-Union Verwaltungs-Gesellschaft m. b. H. 
(See Engelhardt, Alfred, assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Ball, Albert L., as- 
signor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Ball A. L., and Ben- 
ner, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Ball, A. L., and 
Scutt, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Benner, R. C, and 
Ball, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Benner, R. C, and 
Baumann, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Benner, R. C, and 
de Leeuw, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Benner, R. C, and 
Easter, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Benner, R. C, and 
Melton, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Boyer, John A., as- 
signor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Boyer, J. A., and 
Rose, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Brown, William A., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Bryant, Eobert C, 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See de Leeuw, Peter, 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Finnegan, William, 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Hawke, Clarence E., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Kirchner, H. P., and 

Benner, assignors.) 
Carborundum Company, The. (See Klomp, Alfred W., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Martin, H. C, and 
Upper, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Martin, H. C, Upper, 
and Aust, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Melton, Romie L., as- 
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Carborundum Company, The. (See Melton, R. L., Benner, 

and Kirchner, assignors.) 
Carborundum Company, The. (See Nelson, Charles S., 

assignor.) 
Carborundum Company, The. (See Rickard, George B., 

assignor.) 
Carborundum Company, The. (See Robie, Norman P., 

assignor.) 
Carborundum Company, The. (See Scutt, A. G., and Ball, 

assignors.) 
Carborundum Company, The. (See Walker, Avery W., 

assignor.) 
Carborundum Company, The. (See Whiteacre, Maxwell 

L., assignor.) 
Carborundum Company, The. (See Whitacre, M. L., 

and de Leeuw, assignors.) 
Carborundum Company, The. (See Woodell, C. E., Nel- 
son, and Lincoln, assignors.) 
Carboxhyd Ltd. (See Prudhomine, Eugene A., assignor.) 
Card, Charles S., assignor to The Brewer-Titchener Cor- 
poration, Cortland, N. Y. Making a forged clamp. 

2,111,505 ; Mar. 15. 
Card, Charles W., Aurora, 111. Clamp. 2,105,345 ; 

Jan. 11. 
Card, Don B., Portland, Oreg. Sign. 2,141,344 ; Dec. 27. 
Card, Frederic M., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to The 

Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Sewing and trimming machine. 2,105,346 ; Jan. 11. 
Card, Frederic M., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to The 

Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Trimming machine. 2,105,347 ; Jan. 11. 
Card, Frederic M., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to The 

Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Presser-foot for sewing machines. 2,125,043 ; July 26. 
Card, Joseph B., Highland Park, HI., assignor to Illinois 

Dry Kiln Company. Wood treating process. 2,118,966 ; 

May 31. 
Card, William C, Jr., Winthrop, Mass., assignor to Compo 

Shoe Machinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. Appa- 
ratus for the manufacture of welted shoes. 2,115,800 ; 

May 3. 
Card. William C, Jr., Winthrop, Mass., assignor to Compo 

Shoe Machinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. Sole 

pres-s. 2,116.967: May 10. 
Card, William C, Jr., Winthrop, Mass., assignor to Compo 

Shoe Machinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. Welt 

holding mechanism. 2,131,370 ; Sept. 27. 
Cardinal Corporation, The. (See Bauer, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 
Cardinal, Oliver V., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The 

Worth Company. Car loading device. 2,118,030 ; May 

24. 
Cardone, Eugene, Brooklyn, N. Y. Coin and bill receptacle. 

2.128,399; Aug. 30. 
Cardox Corporation. (See Armstrong, Frank H., as- 
signor.) 
Cardox Corporation. (See Noble, Warren, assignor.) 
Cardwpll Westinghouse Company. (See Camp, Percy B., 

assignor.) 
Cardwell-Westinghouse Company. (See Lerch, Anthony, 

Jr., assignor.) 
CardwGll-Westinghouse Company. (See Sproul, Donald 

F., assignor.) 
Carol, Marjorie E., Chicago, assignor to F. E. Selz, 

Glencoo, 111. Bag for hot or cold packs. 2,122,001; 

June 28. 
Carevv, Herman, assignor to Dixie-Vortox Company, 

Easlon, Pa. Container and closure therefor. 2,121,394 ; 

June 21. 
Carew, Herman, Easton, Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to DIxle-Vortex Company, Chicago, III. 

Paper cup making machine. 2.140,665; Dec. 20. 
Carew, Herman, assignor to Dixio-Vortox (,'ompany, 

Easton, Pa. Di.spenser. 2,141,082 ; Dec. 27. 
Carey, .Tohn. (Soo Wngnor, F. TJ., and Carey.) 
Carey, Max G., Miami Beach, Fla., and J. L. Bischof, St. 

Louis, Mo. Apparel-garment. 2,119,040 ; May 31. 
Caroy- NIC Kail fJo. (See Rcukauf. Edward, Jr., assignor.) 
Carey-McFall Co. (See Stuber, Walter J., assignor.) 
Carey. I'hili[), Manufacturing Company. The. (Soo I'rown, 

Joseph A., aNsignor.) 
Carey, Philip Manufacturing Company, The. (See Burch- 

enril, W., .'ind I'folil, assignors.) 
Cnroy I'liillp Miinnfactiiring Company, The. (See Bills, 

H. A., and SlnKory, assignors.) 
Carey, Philip, Maniifacliirlng Company, The. (Soo 

FlRohor. Alhorl ('., assignor.) 
Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

Grelder, II. w., and li'asold, assignors.) 
f'aroy, l'liiii[). M.'iniirncI iiring ( 'oiiipany, The. (See 

firoldor. II. w., !iiul Siiiilli. iissigiiorH.) 
Carey, Philip, Maniifaodiring Company, The. (See Hunt, 

JamoH 1!., assignor.) 
Curoy, I'liillp, Mnnnfaclurlng (Jompany, The. (See Jus- 
son, H. <'.., and Malcolm, nsslgnorH. ) 
Cnroy, i'liillp, Mnnufaclurliig Conipnny, The. (See MUlor, 

Harloy H., asBlgnor. ) 
Caroy, 'i'lioinns W., Now OrloniiR, lyii. Ilrnkc control for 

molor v<'lilcloH. 2,112,950; Apr. 5. 
Cargllo. Clifton, nsHlgnor to The George E. Falling Stij)- 

ply Company, Enid, Okla. Threaded Joint. 2,1I0,-I(I7 ; 

Doc, 1.'!. 
Carglll, I>'rank, Minneapolis, Minn. AilvorllHlnt? dovloo. 

2,13r),48:i: Nov. 8. 

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Cargill, Frank J., Minneapolis, Minn. Illuminated ad- 
vertising device. 2,135,484 ; Nov. 8. 

Carhart, Raymond H., East Syracuse, assignor to W. C. 
Lipe, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Tubular knitting machine. 
2,136,934 ; Nov. 15. 

Carington, Charles M., and A. E. Postlethwaite, assignors 
to K. L. G. Sparking Plugs Limited, London, England. 
Sparking plug. 2,108,525 ; Feb. 15. 

Carisi, John. (See Cox, L. C, and Carisi.) 

Carl, Fred, assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Manufacture of suliiliuric 
acid by the contact process. 2,112.689; Mnr. 29, 

Carl, Fred, assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Concentration of nitric 
acid. 2,139,721 ; Dec. 13. 

Carl, John H., Gilroy, Calif. Rifle telescope mount. 
2,115,618 ; Apr. 26. 

Carl, Leroy R., Buffalo, N. Y. Primary detonating ex- 
plosive. 2,127,106; Aug. 16. 

Carl, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pipe bending method and 
apparatus. 2,119,875 ; June 7. 

Carlberg, John. (See Sherman, R. M., and Carlberg.) 

Carlberg, John. (See Sherman, R. M., Carlberg, and 
Neumann.) 

Carlborg, Charles P., Portland, Oreg. Gear puller. 
2.109.740 ; Mar. 1. 

Carle, Fred, Newark, N, J. Combination ladder bracket. 
2,140,828 ; Dec. 20. 

Carle, William T. (See Fulcher, R. G., and Carle.) 

Carlesimo, Angelo, Detroit, Mich. Pull shovel excavator. 
2,106,4()2 ; Jan. 25. 

Carleton, Emile J. (See Morin, G. G., and Carleton.) 

Carleton, Hugh E., Carteret, N. J., assignor to Foster 
Wheeler Corporation, New York, N. Y. Furnace. 
2.105,309 ; .Tan. 11. 

Carleton, Ralph D., Snyder, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Curtiss-Wright Corporation. Engine 
mount. 2,109,329 ; Feb. 22. 

Carley Heater Company. (See Buckley, Jlilford A., as- 
signor.) 

Carley, Leonard R., assignor to The Patent Button Com- 
pany, Waterbury, Conn. Sew-on button. 2,110,645 ; 
Mar. 8. 

Carley, Russell W., Wauwatosa, assignor to Phoenix 
Hosiery Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Hosiery. 2,121,857 ; 
June 28. 

earlier & Rahr, Inc. (See Rahr, William, assignor.) 

Carlile, Alfred E., Meadville, Pa., assignor to Tnlon, Inc. 
Slider retaining device. 2.112,725: Mar. 2o 

Carlile, Alfred E., Meadville, Pa., assignor to Talon, Inc. 
Separable interlocking fastener and making the same. 
2,127,839 ; Aug. 23. 

Carlisle. Charles C, Nowata, Okla. Deep well fluid motor. 
2,118,547 ; May 24. 

Carlisle Lumber Company. (See Goss, Worth C, as- 
signor.) 

Carlisle Lumber Company. (See Goss, O. P. M., and Goss, 
assignors.) 

Carlisle, Maynard G., Manchester Center, Vt. Piston ring 
expander. 2.125,766 ; Aug. 2. 

Carlisle, Pitt M., assignor to Panama Brick & Tile Com- 
pany, Panama City, Fla. Brick and tile machine. 
2,104,293; .Tan. 4. 

Carliss, Oswald S., Providence, R. T., assignor to H & B 
American Machine Company. Process and mechanism 
for drafting textile sliver, roving, or yarn. 2,111,139 ; 
Mar. 15. 

Carll, Clarence E. and W. G., Gorham, Maine. Corn trim- 
ming machine. 2,109,365 ; Feb. 22. 

Carll, Willis G. (See Carll, Clarence E. and W. G.) 

(^arisen, Charles M., assignor to The Chemical Corpora- 
tion, Spokane, Wash. Preinjectlon fluid. 2,117,297; 
May 17. 

Carlsen, Leonard O., assignor to Gleason Works, Roches- 
ter, N. Y. Machine for producing gears. 2,114.627 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Carlson, Adolph G., Chicago, HI. Slurry drier. 2.122,857; 
July 5. 

Carlson, Arnold W., T/owistown, Pa. Door atop and 
holder. 2,109,228; Feb. 22. 

Carlson, Axel H., assignor to J. & I,. Tool Company, 
Attloboro, Mass. (^Ilp brooch. 2.111.67.'> ; .Vpr. 19. 

Carlson, Axel W. (See Stake, H., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Bert G., Queens Village, assignor to S^)orry Gyro- 
scope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. .Xirplano en- 
gine synchronizer. 2.101,5.S2: Jiui. t. 

Carlson, Port G., Bolloroso, assignor to Sporry Oyroseopo 
Company, Inc., Brooklyn. N. Y. Cnglng moans for 
directional gyrosoopps. 2,111,388; Mnr. IS. 

Ciiilson, Itorl <■., I''rooport, assignor to Sporry (Jyroscopc 
Conipanv, Inc.. Itrooklvn, N. Y. Ilydropnouniatlc aulo- 
malio pilot. 2,i;!9,87S; Doo. 13. 

Carlson, Carl A., San Kranclsco, Calif. Mirror shii'id. 
2.IL';!,-IIK) ; Jnlv 12. 

CiirlHon, Curl 1., .lonnlngs IiOdgo. Grog. Fiistonlng dovliv. 
2,1 25,510; Aug. 2. 

Carlson, Claronoo G., Oakland. Calif, Infiint tnilnor, 
2,127,02t) ; Aug, 1((. 

CarlHon, Clnronco <),. lOasf Clovolaiid, Ohio, iisNlgnor to 
Tlio Ainorlciin Stool iinil Wire Company of New Jersey. 
KiiNlonor, 2,IIS,I,5S: May 2-1. 

CarlHon. I'Mwnnl lO (Soo Sn\llh. M, H.. and Carlson. 1 

CinlHiin. lOdwIn (1,, I'^ast I'rovldonoo. assignor to Spohli'l 
Cori)oi-atl"ii. rrovldi-iico. It. I, llnu'olol stiiu'iiiii- 
2.138,(570; Nov, 20. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Carlson, Ejnar W., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Production of lubricating 
oil dyes. 2,119,097 ; May 31. 

Carlson, Ellsworth E., Saratoga Springs, assignor to Van 
Raalte Company, New York, N. Y. Method and mech- 
anism for making runproof or run-resistant full-fash- 
ioned or flat-knit stocking or blanks. 2,114,955 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Carlson, Ellsworth E., Saratoga Springs, assignor to Van 
Raalte Company, New York, N. Y. Runproof or run- 
resistant full-fashioned or flat-knit stocking or blank 
therefor. 2,114,956 ; Apr. 19. 

Carlson, Elmer T. (See Anderson, W. C, and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Ernest B. (See Bowen, K. H., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Ernest H., Chicago, 111. Sash cord fastener. 
2,125,152 ; July 26. 

Carlson, Frederick O., assignor to Master Rule Manufac- 
turing Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Steel tape 
rule. 2,132,202 : Oct. 4. 

Carlson, George, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Liquid contact circuit closer. 
2,116,383; May 3. 

Carlson, George, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Armored conductor. 2,120,088 ; 
June 7. 

Carlson, George, Bridgeport, and H. G. Knoderer, Fair- 
field, Conn., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Electric cable. 2,141,290 ; Dec. 27. 

Carlson, Gustave A., Detroit, Mich. Adjustable finishing 
machine. 2,106,082 ; Jan. 18. 

Carlson. (Justave A., Detroit, Mich. Polishing and buffing 
machine. 2,118,548; May 24. 

Carlson, Gustav A., Chillicothe, III. Belt fastener. 
2,137,564 ; Nov. 22. 

Carlson, Gustav W., Cleveland Heights, and R. C. Russell, 
Shaker Heights, assignors to Eaton Manufacturing 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Vehicle brake. 2,140,379 ; 
Dec. 13. 

Carlson, Henning, Brockton, Mass. Fastening device. 
2,133,425 ; Oct. 18. 

Carlson, John E., Forestville, assignor to The Trumbull 
Electric Manufacturing Company, Plainville, Conn. 
Electrically heated brooder. 2,109,163 ; Feb. 22. 

Carlson, John E., Forestville, assignor to The Trumbull 
Electric Manufacturing Company, Plainville, Conn. 
Electric relay. 2,116,097 ; May 3. 

Carlson, John E., Forestville, assignor to The Trumbull 
Electric Manufacturing Company, Plainville, Conn. 
Electric relay. 2,116,098 ; May 3. 

Carlson, John F., Lockport, N. Y. Air conditioning ma- 
chine. 2,111,750 ; Mar. 22. 

Carlson, John O. E. (See French J. W., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Noble G., assignor to The Electric Railway Im- 
provement Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Rail bond and 
securing same to rails. 2.109,791 ; Mar. 1. 

Carlson. Oscar, East Providence, assignor to Dolan & 
Bullock, Providence, R. I., a partnership consisting of 
A. S. Dolan, F. A. Bullock, and W. G. Bennett. Tie 
holder. 2,111,166; Mar. 15. 

Carlson, Oscar, East Providence, assignor to Dolan & 
Bullock, Providence, R. I. Collar holder. 2,135,169; 
Nov. 1. 

Carlson, Oscar F., Company, et al. (See Shepherd, Al- 
fred W.) 

Carlson, Otto B., Vernonia, Oreg. Door stop. 2,109,127 ; 
Feb. 22. 

Carlson, Philip. Long Hill, assignor to The Metropolitan 
Body Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Truck coversion. 
2.116.606: May 10. 

Carlson, Raymond A., Rockford, assignor to Borg-Warner 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Friction clutch. 2,115,252 ; 
Apr. 26. 

Carlson, Wendell L. (See Albright, J. E., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Wendell L., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Television system. Re. 20,700 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Carlson, Wendell L., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio receiver. 2,133.808 ; 
Oct. 18. 

Carlson, Wendell L., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Delayed automatic volume 
control. 2,135,560 ; Nov. 8. 

Carlstedt, Josef H. E., Stockholm, Sweden. Ski form pro- 
tector. 2,136.965; Nov. 15. 

Carlstein, Daniel, assignor to Economic Machinery Com- 
panv, Worcester, Mass. Bottle top labeling machine. 
2.129,045 • Sept. 6. 

Carlstrom, Bengt. (See Anner6n, R. E., and CarlstrBm.) 

CarlstrOm, Bengt, and R. Hanson, assignors to Aktie- 
bolaget Facit, Atvidaberg, Sweden. Calculating ma- 
chine and the like. 2,10.5,520 ; Jan. 18. 

Carlton, Paul, St. Louis, Mo. Piston ring. 2,125,541 ; 
Aug. 2. 

Carlton, Richard P.. St. Paul, ]\Iinn.. assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Stratmore Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Abrasive .Trticle. Re. 20.946; Dec. 13. 

Carman, Albert, and J. Chalot, Nevsf York, N. Y. Repro- 
duction process. 2,119,041 ; May 31. 

Carmodv, Thomas G., Providence, R. I. Signal umbrella. 
2.104,340 ; Jan. 4. 

Carmodv. William H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Tinted resins. 
2,104,829 ; ,Tan. 11. 

Carmody, William H., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to The 
Neville Company. Hydrogenated heavy oil. 2,108,250 ; 
Feb. 15. 



Carmody, William H., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to The 
Neville Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Treatment of still 
residue. 2,128,984; Sept. 6. 

Carmody, William H., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to The 
Neville Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Treatment of heavy 
oil. 2,128,985; Sept. 6. 

Carmody, William H., assignor to The Neville Company, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Hydrogenation of coumarone-indene 
resins. 2,139,722 ; Dec. 13. 

Carnahan, Orson A., Syracuse, N. Y. Drink mixer. 
2,110,498 ; Mar. 8. 

Carnahan, Ralph W., near Dayton, assignor to The S. H. 
Thomson Manufacturing Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Automatic operator for casement windows and the lilje. 
2,108,328; Feb. 15. 

Carnahan, Ralph W., near Dayton, assignor to The S. H. 
Thomson Manufacturing Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Automatic means for operating casement windows and 
the like. 2,136,812 ; Nov. 15. 

Carnarius, Edwin H., and W. N. McCutchan, Peoria. 111., 
assignors to Commercial Solvents Corporation, Terre 
Haute, Ind. Production of butyl alcohol by fermenta- 
tion. 2,139,111 ; Dec. 6. 

Carnation Company. (See Henszey, R. O., Buehler, and 
Smart, assignor.) 

Carnegie Institute of Technology of Pittsburgh, Pa. 
(See Kasehagen, Leo, assignor.) 

Carnegie Steel Company, (bee Borberg, Adolf, assignor.) 

Carnegie Steel Company. (See Wells, J. H., and Wilson, 
assignors.) 

Carnes, Frederick, Portland, Maine. Water-heating sys- 
tem. 2,126,732 ; Aug. 16. 

Carnes, Robert M., and R. E. Gearhart, Kansas City, Mo. 
Display device. 2,129,647 : Sept. 13. 

Carnes, William A., Houston, Tex. Brake. 2,135,796 ; 
Nov. 8. 

Carney, Daniel E., Charleroi, assignor of one-half to J. M. 
Magee, and one-half to H. I. Neaman, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Fuse. 2,113,169 ; Ai)r. 5. 

Carney, Daniel E., assignor of one-half to J. M. Magee, 
and one-half to H. I. Neaman, Pittsburgh, Pa. Re- 
fillable blade fuse. 2,113,170 ; Apr. 5. 

Carney, George C, assignor to H. W. Dietert, Detroit, 
Mich. Core box stripping machine. 2,105,877 ; Jan. 
18. 

Carnot, Claude. (See Vautier. L. P. (;., and rarnor.) 

Cams, Leroy J. and L. P., CofEeyville, Kans. Fountain 
comb. 2,110,323 ; Mar. 8. 

Cams, Loren P. (See Cams, Leroy J. and L. P.) 

Carolina Dyeing and Winding, Incorporated. (See James, 
E. F., and Remick, assignors.) 

Carosella, Edward. (See Busico, P., and Carosella.) 

Carothers, Wallace H., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Halogen sub- 
stituted butadienes and preparing them. 2,104,789 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Carothers, Wallace H., Arden, assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Tertiary 
nonaromatic amines and producing same. 2.110,199 ; 
Mar. 8. 

Carothers, Wallace H., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. Depolymeriza- 
tion of linear polyacetals. 2,110,499 : Mar. 8. 

Carothers, Wallace H., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington. Del. Linear poly- 
amides and their production. 2,130,523 ; Sept. 20. 

Carothers. Wallace H., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Diamine-dl- 
carboxylic acid salts and preparing same. 2,130,947 ; 
Sept. 20. 

Carothers. Wallace H., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Synthetic 
fiber. 2,130,948 ; Sept. 20. 

Carothers, Wallace H., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company. Wilmington. Del. Shaped arti- 
cles from polymeric materials. 2.137.235; Nov. 22. 

Carothers, Wallace H., and H. B. Dykstra, assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Ketals. 2.124.686 ; July 26. 

Carothers, Wallace H.. and G. .T. Berchet, assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Wilmington, 
Del. Unsaturated amines and preparing the same. 
2,136,177 ; Nov. 8. 

Carothers, Wallace H.. and G. J. Berchet, assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Aliphatic unsaturated compounds and preparing 
them. 2,136.178 ; Nov. 8. 

Carpenter, Albert G., Jr., Yonkers, N. Y. Pump. 
2,118,589 ; May 24. 

Carpenter, Arley D., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Comet Trailer Corporation. Trailer. 2,104,734 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Carpenter, Arthur W., New York, assignor to United 
Research Corporation, Long Island Citv, N. Y. Optical 
reduction printer. 2,133,537 ; Oct. 18. 

Carpenter, Charles E., Chicago, 111. Doughnut cooking 
machine. 2,107,325; Feb. 8. 

Carpenter, Charles E., Chicago, 111. Dough batch cutter 
and the lilvC. 2,117,399 ; May 17. 

Carpenter, E. W., Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Kilbride, J. T., and Carpenter, assignors.) 

Carpenter, Edward W. (See Kilbride, J. T., and Car- 
penter.) 

Carpenter, Frank W. (See Woolsev. J. K., and Carpen- 
ter.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



107 



Carpenter, Frank W., Minneapolis, assignor of one-lialf 
to M. H. Graham, St. Louis Pari?, Minn. Automatic 
temperature controller for electric flatirons, etc. 
2,104,970; Jan. 11. 

Carpenter, Guy C, Medford, Mass. Heat control for oil 
burners. 2,113,079; Apr. 5. 

Carpenter, Guy C., Medford, Mass. Oil burner heat con- 
trol apparatus. 2,129,817 ; Sept. 13. 

Carpenter, Harold L. (See Howard, C. W., and Car- 
penter.) 

Carpenter, J. Ross, Cheyenne, Wyo. Cutting agatized 
petrified wood. 2,135,047 ; Nov. 1. 

Carpenter, John S., assignor to Rodney Hunt Machine 
Company, Orange, Mass. Wicket gate. 2,117,940 ; 
May 17. 

Carpenter, John S., Athol, assignor to Rodney Hunt Ma- 
chine Company, Orange, Mass. Turbine. 2,139,932 ; 
Dec. 13. 

Carpenter, Lynnville A., Naenah, Wis., and E. J. 
Schreiner, Knoxville, Tenn., assignors to Oxford Paper 
Company. Photoelectric gloss meter. 2,127,477 ; Aug. 
16. 

Carpenter, Marion Scott, Nutley, N. J., assignor to Givau- 
dan-Delawanna, Inc., New York, N. Y. Hydrogenated 
brown camphor oil and preparing the same. 2,125,832 ; 
Aug. 2. 

Carpenter, Morris T., Chicago, 111., R. F. Ruthrufif, 
Hammond, Ind., and J. K. Roberts, Flossmoor, assignors 
to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Polymerization 
of gases. 2,122,878; July 5. 

Carpenter, Oliver I., and li. F. Moss, assignors to The 
General Electric Company Limited, Coventry, England. 
Telephone system. 2,104,971 : Jan. 11. 

Carpenter, Robert F., Cleveland, Ohio. Vaulting pole. 
2,113,826 ; Apr. 12. 

Carpenter, Warren W., Garden City, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Selector switch. 2.123.228 : Julv 12. 

Carpenter, Warren W., Garden City, N. Y., and J. N. 
Reynolds, Greenwidi, Conn., assignors to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Selective 
switch. 2,110,460; Mar. 8. 

Carpenter, Warren W., Garden City, N. Y., and W. H. 
Matthies, Hackensack, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone 
system. 2,112,951 ; Apr. 5. 

Carpenter, Warren W., (Jarden City, and R. F. Mallina, 
assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Selector switch. 2,123.229; July 12. 

Carpenter, Webster I., Norfolk, Va. Multifrequency" tun- 
ing system for radio receivers. 2,115,619 ; Apr. 26. 

Carp's Handelsbureau voor Aviatiek en Scheepszaken 
N. V. (See Hamel, Wllhelm, assignor.) 

Carr, Charles R., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to The Murr.-iy 
Company, Dallas, Tex. Cotton linter. 2,112,435 ; Mar. 
29. 

Carr, (Jharles K.. Atlanta, Ga., assignor to The Murray 
Company, Dallas, Tex. Roll box front construction 
for cotton linters. 2.112,436; Mar. 29. 

Carr, Charles R., assignor to The Murray Company, 
Dallas, Tex. Feed regulator for cotton llntor hoppers. 
2,141.512 ; Dec. 27. 

Carr, Charles R., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to The Murray 
Company, Dallas, Tex. Belt hanger. 2,141,513; Dec. 
27. 

Carr, Donald E., Long Beach, and M. L. Wade, Naples, 
assignors to Union Oil Company of California, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Oxidized wax and producing same. 
2,119,940 ; June 7. 

Carr. John O., Park Ridge, and A. H. Relber, Bvanaton, 
assignors to Teletype Corporation, Chicago, 111. Tele- 
grapli system. 2,110,606; May 10. 

Carr-Lowrey Glass Co. (See Hilgenberg, Carl G., as- 
signor.) 

Carr-Lowrey Glass Co. (See Patterson, Robert A., as- 
signor.) 

Carr, Raymond L., Boston, Mass. Vehicle body. 
2,100,403 : Jan. 25. 

Carr, Uiiyinond li., Boston, Mass. Vfhiclc liody, 
2,112.3.30; Mar. 29. 

Carr, Raymond L., Boston, Mass. Vehicle. 2,114,830 ; 
Apr. ]». 

Carr, Raymond L., Boston, Mass. Window arrangement. 
2,138,8.38; Dec. 0. 

Carr, Raymond L., Boston, Mass. Vehicle body. 
2,139,258; Dec. 0. 

Carr, Richard II., assignor to The Pure Oil Company, 
Chicngo, 111. Fluid pressure pump. 2,137,108; Nov. 
15. 

Carr, Sidney I/., Palo Alio, assignor of one-half to J. 
lyarHon, Snn Francisco, Calif. Collapsible unlv(>r8al 
book support. 2,104,072 ; Jan. 4. 

Carrfi, Jnc(incH L. A. M. (See CarrC, Phlllppi- A. J. and 
J. L. A. M.) 

(■;inr<5, I'hilliipc A. J. nnd J. ly. A. M., Paris. France. 
Ai>|)Mi:iliiH (IcHlniied for the huccchsIvo I'xhlbltloii of 
(lloniiii.MH. 2,1 1l,r)M ; Dec, 27. 

Cnrn-ll, Wllijiii- A, (Sen (Jt-mIT. M.. iiikI Cur-n'll.l 

Carreras, JiiiiieH. (Hon Liihordii, It., mid CiirrerjiH. ) 

(."arrcy, .IniiicH O. (Sec ("oriicll, .lolm C, nnd Carrcv.) 

Carn-y, .loliii ()., (Ii'ccmhimI, SI. J.oiiiN, Mo,: V. ,1, Sir.'Irli, 
Jr., iKliiiiiiJHl i-iilor, Sc'pnnilor. '_'. I I ()..''>i)5 : .Miiv li), 

Carrick, Oland W. (See (.iuiiderHoii, f,. O., and Ciirrlck.) 

Ciinlcr (!()ri)oiiitl(in, (Sec AHhli'V, Ciirlvli' M., iiNMlk'iuir. ) 



Carrier Corporation. (See Ashley, C. M., and Shawhan, 
assignors.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Carrier, W. H,, and Helton, 
assignors.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Jones, Walter, assignor.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Lindsay, Daniel C, assignor.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Lyman, Samuel E., assignor.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Mozier, Albert W., assignor.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Offen. Bernard, assignor.) 

('arrior Corporation. (See Rorison, WilMam B., assignor.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Stacey, Alfred E., Jr., as- 
sitrnor. ) 

Carrier, Willis H., Essex Fells, and J. H. Holton, Maple- 
wood, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Carrier (jor- 
poration, Newark, N. J. Ventilating and conditioning 
system. 2,119,127 ; May 31. 

Carrillo, Jesus L., Long Beach, Calif. Closure operator. 
2,109,128; Feb. 22. 

Carrington, Cabell, South Pasadena, assignor to E. P. 
Carrington, Pasadena. Calif. Internal combustion en- 
gine. 2.123.452 ; July 12. 

Carrington, Ellen P. (See Carrington, Cabell, assignor.) 

Carrington, Frank G., Anniston, Ala. Centrifugal cast- 
ing machine. 2,123,037 ; July 5. 

Carrington, Frank G., Anniston, Ala. Metallurgical 
process. 2,124,445 ; July 19. 

Carrington, Homer P. (See Pranger, A., and Carrington.) 

Carriveau, Lawrence J., Milwaukee, Wis. Activated dis- 
play device. 2,123,932 ; July 19. 

Carroll, Burt H. (See Fallesen, G. E., and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Burt H., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Photographic emulsion. 2,132,866 ; 
Oct. 11. 

Carroll, Eu,gene G., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Bendix Brake Company, South 
Bend, Ind. Hydraulic bralie apparatus. 2,111,310 ; 
Mar. 15. 

Carroll, Eugene G., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Ben- 
dix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 
2,124,762 ; July 26. 

Carroll, Eugene G., and C. H. Taylor, assignors to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 
2,104,735 : Jan. 11. 

Carroll, Eugene G., and C. H. Taylor, assignors to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 
2,124,761 ; July 26. 

Carroll, Eugene G., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend. Ind. Brake. 
2,137,.525 ; Nov. 22. 

Carroll, Eugene G., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 
2,140,733; Dec. 20. 

Carroll, Fred H., Jacksonville, Fla., assignor of one- 
half to G. P. Koelliker, Cleveland, Ohio. Exhaust 
nozzle for locomotives. 2,110,904 ; Mar. 15. 

Carroll, Fred M., and J. H. Bakelaar, Binghamton, as- 
signors to International Business Machines Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Typewriter punch. 2,131.914 ; Oct. 4. 

Carroll, George R. (See Hogg, G., Free, and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Henry E., St. Louis, Mo. Diesel engine. 
2,141,428 ; Dec. 27. 

Carroll, Hubert O., Painesville, Ohio. Building construc- 
tion. 2,113,(177 ; Apr. 12. 

Carroll, Josppli, Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to B. 
Kobro. Now York, N. Y. Washing machine. 2,121,786 ; 
Juno 28. 

C'u-roU, Lee O., Soutli Bend, assignor to Dodge Manu- 
facturing Corporation, Mishawaka, Ind. Roll shaft 
support. 2,141,810; Doc. 27. 

Carroll, Lee O. (See Sollenberger, R. C, and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Manly E., assignor to The Universal Generators 
Corporation, Inc., Miami. Fla. Internal Combustion 
engine. 2,124,365; July 19. 

Carroll, Stewart J., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignnionts, to Easlninn Kodak Company, Jersey City, 
N, ,t. Film manufacluro. 2,119,702; June 7. 

Carroll, William M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Wayne Pump Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Record- 
ing device for liquid dispensing apparatus. Re. 20,815; 
Aug. 2. 

Carroll, William M., assignor to S. F. Bowser & Company, 
Inc., Fort Wayne, Ind. Dispensing apparatus. 
2.109.084; Feb, 22. 

Carroll, Wllllnin M., assignor to S. F. Uow.ser & Company, 
Inc, Fort Wiiyn(>, Ind. lihiuld dispoiisliig apparatus. 
2,113,67(1 ; Apr. 12. 

Carroue^, Ron^. (See BCclioroau, L,, and Carrouo<'.) 

Carrulli, Henry P., ChllUcotlie, assignor, by mesne ns- 
slgnmonls, to K, C. M. (^oiiipiiiiv, Oavton, Ohio. Paper 
niMnufiicturo. 2,111,089; Mar, 15. 

Cnrrutliors, Ooorgc', assignor l<i liitiMlako Tissue Mills 
("o. I.linlti'd, Toronto, Onliulo, Canada, Roll paper 
iIlNpoiisiiig cnliliiot. 2,11I,I12S; .\pr, li), 

('Mrnilliirs. 'PIiomims. (See I'.liilr, C, M., and ("arrulln-rs.) 

CiirnitliciK, TlioiiiiiH I''. (.S(>e ("o\, II. I,., nnd Cnvrutliers.) 

Ciinul lii>iH, 'riioiims I'', (Sec Cox, 11. I,., and CMmithiTN,) 

CarHoti, Anion II., Mini H. O. .\iuloison. OUIiilionia City, 
OUln. Hrnko oponilliik' nu'cliMiilHiii. 2.1 16, 01.'! : May 3. 

Carson, Bonjamln K., Iliiddonllold, nnd A. (J. /Iiiuiioniian, 
WoHlinont, N. J., llNNl^;llorH to Itudlo Corpornlloii of 
Amorlcii. Sound roprodiicliig nppiiratus, 2,106.718: 
Kelt. 1. 

CiirHoii, Edward B,, Fort Myers, Fla. Irontnc miichlDA. 
2,119,222; May 31. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1938 



Carson, Edward B., Fort Myers, Fla. Clutch. 2,136,541 ; 

Nov. 15. 
Carson, Francis L., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to 

American Concrete and Steel Pipe Company. Applying 

noncorrosive surfaces to pipe and the like. 2,120,309 ; 

June 14. 
Carson, Hiram J., Omaha, Nebr. Carbureted water gas 

apparatus. 2,131,310 ; Sept. 27. 
Carson, John H., Marion, Ind. Paper cake plate. 

2,109,955 ; Mar. 1. 
Carson, Oswald B., Scarsdale, assignor to American Hard 

Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Comb. 2,124,6ST ; 

July 26. 
Carson, Pirie, Scott & Company. (See Zembe, Margaret, 

assignor.) 
Carson, Robert W., Little Falls, N. J. Electrical 

measuring instrument. 2,139,997 ; Dec. 13. 
Carson, Stanley R., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to General 

Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Gun cartridge. 

2,111,167 : Mar. 15. 
Carson, William E., Riverton, Va. Making rock wool 

preparations. 2,127,287 ; Aug. 16. 
Carswell, Firman L., and O. W. Schmidt, Kansas City, 

Mo. Culvert. 2,126,870; Aug. 16. 
Carswell, Frank L., Kansas City, Mo. Road making ma- 
chine. 2,134,245 ; Oct. 25. 
Carswell, Frank L., Kansas City, Mo. Road surface 

treating machine. 2,138,904; Dec. 6. 
Carswell, Thomas S., Kirkwood, Mo., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Monsanto Chemical Company. Clean- 
ing fruits and vegetables. 2,108,763 ; Feb. 15. 
Cart. Theodore S.. Princeton, assignor to Atlantic Prod- 
ucts Corporation, Trenton, N. J. Golf bag. 2,123,550 ; 

July 12. 
Carter, A. B., Incorporated. (See Bassett, William W., 

assignor.) 
Carter, A. B., Incorporated. (See Ramsey, Edgar L., 

assignor.) 
Carter, Albert S., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

& Company, Wilmington, Del. Purification process. 

2,110,971 ; Mar. 15. 
Carter, Alva J., assignor to Rayolite Rifle Range Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Light gun. 2,119,005 ; May 31. 
Carter, Alva J., assignor to Rayolite Rifle Range Company, 

Chicago, HI. Electric target rifle range. 2,131,791 ; 

Oct. 4. 
Carter, Anderson. (See Carter, Areyon and A.) 
Carter, Areyon C. and A., Clinton, N. C. Violin. 

2,124,243 ; July 19. 
Carter, Bernard M., Montclair, N. J., assignor to General 

Chemical Company, New York. N. Y. Apparatus for 

treating gases. 2,316.748; May 10. 
Carter, Bernard M., Montclair, N. J., assignor to General 

Chemical Company, New York, N. Y. Production of 

hydrogen sulphide. 2,123,000; July 5. 
Carter, Bernard M., Montclair, N. J., assignor to General 

Chemical Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 

treating material. 2,130,731 ; Sept. 20. 
Carter, Bernard M., Alontclair, N. J., assignor to General 

Chemical Company, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of 

carbon bisulphide. 2,141,740 ; Dec. 27. 
Carter, Burton D., Aberdeen, S. Dak. Tire casing and 

rim. 2,108,329 ; Feb. 15. 
Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Bicknell, George 

M., assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Boyce, Leonard D., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Coffey, Irven E., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Holden, William C, 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Kersgieter, Charles 
P., assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Kommer, Fred A., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Nieman, Ernst H., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Whisler, Ralph H., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Mollberg, Byron, 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Schweiss, Joseph, 
assignor.) 

Carter, Charles D., Fremont, Ohio. Rack. 2,136,179 ; 
Nov. 8. 

Carter, Clarence F., Danville, 111. Machine for cutting 
bars of soap and other plastic material. 2,136,001 ; 
Nov. 8. 

Carter, Dick, A. G. Cuthbert-Smith, H. Jackson, L. P. 
Rendell, and H. A. Thomas, Blackley, Manchester, Eng- 
land, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries Lim- 
ited. Dyeing apparatus. 2,118,807 ; May 31. 

Carter, Donald xM. (Bee Patitz, George J., assignor.) 

Carter, Edward B. (See Carter, M., assignor, and Heinz.) 

Carter, Elliott C, Westport, Conn. Curtain. 2,116,339 ; 
May 3. 

Carter, Ernest, Melrose Highlands, Mass. Window fas- 
tener. 2,127,992 ; Aug. 23. 

Carter, Frank J. (See Bonorden, A. R., Carter, and 
Hanlpy.) 

Carter, George K., Company, The. (See Creamer, Edgar 
R., assignor.) 



Carter, Harold H., London, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to American-La France-Foamite Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for detecting fires in 
holds, etc. 2,118,836 ; May 31. 

Ca,rter, Haskell C, assignor to Iron Fireman Manufactur- 
ing Company, Portland, Oreg. Bituminous ash re- 
mover for underfeed stokers. 2,122,807 ; July 5. 

Carter, Haskell C, assignor to Iron Fireman Manufactur- 
ing Company, Portland, Oreg. Apparatus for burning 
pulverized fuel. 2,128,177 ; Aug. 23. 

Carter, Henry B., Albany, Oreg. Mail box. 2,114,211; 
Apr. 12. 

Carter, Kenneth L., Kansas City, Mo. Antitheft device. 
2,136,673 ; Nov. 15. 

Carter, Leslie F. (See Anscott, W., and Carter.) 

Carter, Leslie F., Leonia, N. J., assignor to Sperry Gyro- 
scope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Air-borne gyro- 
compass. 2,129,818 ; Sept. 13. 

Carter, Leslie F., Leonia, N. J., assignor to Sperry 
Gyroscope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Illuminating 
for indicator dials. 2,131,471 ; Sept. 27. 

Carter, Leslie F., Leonia, N. J., assignor to Sperry 
Gyroscope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Ball gyro- 
compass. 2,142,018 ; Dec. 27. 

Carter, Leslie F., Leonia, N. J., and W. Anscott, Wood- 
haven, assignors to Sperry Gyroscope Company, Inc., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Gyrovertical. 2,133,809 ; Oct. 18. 

Carter, Lionel A., Webster Groves, Mo. Lathe. 
2,118,489 ; May 24. 

Carter, Lionel A., Webster Groves, Mo. Hair drier. 
2,133,078 ; Oct. 11. 

Carter, Lionel A., Webster Groves, Mo. Lubricating 
device. 2,140,983 ; Dec. 20. 

Carter, Mitchell, and G. Heinz, Trenton, N. J. ; said 
Carter assignor to E. B. Carter, Morrisville, Pa. 
Ceramic. 2,121,018 ; June 21. 

Carter, Philip M., White Plains, N. Y. Automotive ve- 
hicle control mechanism. 2,139,723 ; Dec. 13. 

Carter, Philip M., White Plains, N. Y., and D. F. Linsley, 
Norwalk, Conn., assignors to Vaco Products, Inc., Jer- 
sey City, N. J. Gear shifting mechanism. 2,129,083 ; 
Sept. 6. 

Carter, Philip S. (See Beverage, H. H., Carter, and 
Wickizer.) 

Carter, Philip S., Port Jefferson, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. High frequency system. 
2,109,465 ; Mar. 1. 

Carter, Philip S., Port Jefferson, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Directional antenna. 
2,112,269 ; Mar. 29. 

Carter, Philip S., Port Jefferson, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of American. Transmission line system. 
2,115,764 ; May 3. 

Carter, Philip S., Port Jefferson, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Antenna. 2,126,531 ; Aug. 9. 

Carter, Philip S., Port Jefferson, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Transmission line system. 
2,128,400 ; Aug. 30. 

Carter, Ray M., Glenbrook, Conn., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to D. S. Industrial Alcohol Company, New 
York, N. Y. Production of olefine oxides. 2,125,333 ; 
Aug. 2. 

Carter, Richard S., Hutchinson, Kans. Front wheel drive 
for automobiles. 2,128,119 ; Aug. 23. 

Carter, Robert J. S., Minneapolis, Minn. Multiple stream 
feeder. 2.122,679 ; July 5. 

Carter, Samuel W., Washington, D. C. Antenna unit. 
2,119,380; May 31. 

Carter, Willard K. (See McKinley, J. M., and Carter.) 

Carter, William D., Caldwell, K. J. Combustion appara- 
tus. 2,122,929 ; July 5. 

Carthage Mills Incorporated. (See Greiser, Melvin R., as- 
signor.) 

Cartier, Inc. (See Bezault, Georges, assignor.) 

Cartledge, John J., Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Suspensory. 
2,137,130 ; Nov. 15. 

Cartlidge, Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Loading machine. 2,107,469 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Cartlidge, Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
company, Chicago, 111. Loading machine. 2,110,568 ; 
Mar. 8. 

Cartlidge, Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Loading machine. 2,114,438 ; 
Apr. 19. 

Cartlidge, Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Loading machine. 2,120,274 ; 
June 14. 

Cartlidge, Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Gathering and loading machine. 
2,123.328 ; July 12. 

Cartlidge, Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Cable reel. 2,126.172 ; Aug. 9. 

Cartlidge, Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Loading machine. 2,135,882 ; 
Nov. 8. 

Cartter, W. G., et al. Brandenburg, Harry J., assignor.) 

Cartun, Paul O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Incandescent lamp and 
similar device. 2,105,404; Jan. 11. 

Cartun, Paul O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electric lamp or similar 
device. 2,114,175 ; Apr. 12. 



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Cartun, Paul O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 

General Electric Company. Electric lamp or similar 

device. 2,116,384; May 3. 
Cartun, Paul O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio,' assignor to 

General Electric Company. Flash lamp. 2,136,234 ; 

Nov. 8. 
Carus, Alwin C, La Salle, 111., assignor to Carus Chemical 

Company, Inc. Manufacture of quinone. 2,136,966 ; 

Nov. 15. 
Carus Chemical Company. (See Carus, Alwin C, 

signor. ) 
Carus Cliemlcal Company. (See Doran, Albert B., 

signor.) 
Carus Chemical Company. (See Kleimenhagen, Karl, 

signor.) 
Cartwright, Eugene M., North Woodbury, assignor 

Chase Brass & Copper Co. Incorporated, Waterbury, 

Conn. Forming reducing T's. 2,113,250 ; Apr. 5. 
Cartvcriglit, John M., Malaga, Calif. Girdling tool. 

2,138,726 ; Nov. 29. 
Carty, Roy F., Washington, D. C. Commutator. 

2,127,549 ; Aug. 23. 
Caruthcrs, Robert S., Jaclcson Heights, assignor to Bell 

Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, Nev? York, N. Y. 

Modulating system. 2.116,559 ; May 10. 
Carvalho, Leslie R. N., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Owens- 
Illinois Glass Company. Closure. 2,138,371 ; Nov. 

29. 
Carver, Claude D., assignor to Morae & Driscoll, Inc., 

New York, N. Y. Window shade. 2,110,983 ; Mar. 15. 
Carver Cotton Gin Company. (See McLean, Robert W., 

assignor.) 
Cary, Beecher B., assignor to Hayes Industries, Inc., 

Jackson, Mich. Fan assembly. 2,139,630 ; Dec. 6. 
Cary, John E. and V., Opelousas, La. Washing and 

drying machine. 2,124,460 ; July 19. 
Casablancas, Fernando, Sabadell, Spain. Closure for 

sealing bottles and like receptacles. 2,132,775 ; Oct. 11. 
Casablancas, Fernando, Sabadell, Spain. False twist 

mechanism for drawing textile rovings. 2,137,565 ; 

Nov. 22. 
Casale, Aurelio, Genoa, Italy. Armature coil for dynamo- 
electric machines. 2,138,292 ; Nov. 29. 
Casasco, A. & M., & Cia. (See Casasco, Mario, assignor.) 
Casasco, Mario, Buenos Aires, Argentina, assignor to 

A. & M. Casasco & Cia. Apparatus for supporting paper 

reels. 2.138,338; Nov. 29. 
Casciani, Ferri, assignor to Niagara Alkali Company, 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. Bleaching pulp. 2,127,765 ; Aug. 

23. 
Casco Products Corporation. 

assignor. ) 
Casco Products Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Casco Products Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Casco Products Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Case. Arthur B., Snomac, Okla., assignor to The Texas 

Company, New York, N. Y. Shut-down device for well 

pumniiiK onginos. 2,121,310; June 21. 
Case, Bernard C. (See Vlers, E. D., and Case.) 
Case. Carl ii., Milwaukee, Wis. (Jarment hanger. 

2.^0'.).rlH4 ; Mar. 1. 
Case Kloctric Corporation. (See Brohman, Howard E., 

assignor.) 
Case, Francis M., deceased, by L. H. Case, administratrix, 

Cleveland lloights, assignor to The Enterprise Manu- 
facturing Conir)any, Akron, Ohio. Automatic fishing 

reel. 2,124,524 ; July 26. 
Case, Francis M., (locea.sed, by L. H. Case, administratrix, 

(;ieveland TIeighls, assignor to The Enterprise Manu- 
facturing Company, Akron, Ohio. Fishing reel. 

2,130.581 ; Sept. 20. 
Case, J. I., ("onii)any. (See Heitshu, Daniel C. assignor.) 
Case, Lucy !(., administratrix. (See Case, Francis M.) 
Case, Lynn 15. (See Warner, S. W., and Case.) 
Case, Nclsiin P., T{aysi(i(>, N. Y., assignor to Ilazeltine 

Corrioration. Mull ih.'ind recflv(>r. 2.137.200; Nov. 22. 
Case, Newell B. (See Ivorsen, R. M., and Case.) 
Case, Robert W., Unlonvllle, Conn. Testing apparatus 

for alrrraft. 2,115,841; May 3. 
Casey, Arthur F., South Norwiilk, assignor to Tlie Tower 

Optical Company. Inc., Norwalk. Conn. Coin controlled 

binociilarH. 2.131.163; Sept. 27. 
Ciiscv. (Miiirles. Jr., SI. Arnaud, Australia. Permutation 

lock. 2.125.007 ; Aug. 2. 
Casey, Edward F., assignor to Converse Rubber Com- 
pany, Mnlden. Mass. Overshoe. 2.108.050; Feb. 15. 
Casc.v. Howard T., P.altlinore, Md,, assignor, by mesne 

aHHlgniiicnls, to Thr- Syinlngloii (Jould Corporation, 

Uoclii'KiiT, N. Y. Three piece lateral motion truck. 

2.1 10,'lStO; May 10. 
C.'iHli. A v\' . Compiiny. (See Temtile. Paul C, assignor.) 
CiihIi. Wllllimi K. (Seo Boam, I^acey H., assignor.) 
CasniT-, lOiiil It.. aNslgiior. by iiieHiie (iKHlgiiinentH, to Se- 

ciirllv i:M"lii('"rlnL' '"o. IiK'., Wlilttler. Calif. Pump 

valve. 2.110.908; Mav 10. 
CnH[)('r, Anlliony It., aKslgnor to IToiide Engineering Cor- 
pora t Ion, ItiilTnIo, N. Y. Hydraulic shock absorber. 

2,108,881 ; F.-b. 22. 
CnHper, Aiilliniiv I!., nsslgnor to TTnnde Kiiglneerlng Cor- 

porntlon. ItiilTalo, N. Y. Hydraulic Hliock absorlx-r. 

2,112.952 ; Apr. 5. 



(See Bahr, Gustavo F., 

(See Cochrane, Bert G., 

(See Cohen, Joseph H., 

(See Johnson, Arthur A., 



and Cass.) 

assignor to E. I. 

Wilmington, Del. 
tetrachlorpropane. 



Casper, Anthony B., assignor to Houde Engineering Cor- 
poration, Butfalo. N. Y. Hydraulic shock absorber. 
2,117,837 : May 17. 

Casper, Anthony B., assignor to Houde Engineering Cor- 
poration, Buffalo, N. Y. Hydraulic shock absorber. 
2,122,406 ; July 5. 

Caspers Tin Plate Company. (See Albright, Edward A., 
assignor.) 

Cass, Oliver W. (See Levine, A. A., 

Cass, Oliver W., Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Dehydrochlorination of 1, 1, 1, 2 
2,111,043; Mar. 15. 

Cass, Oliver W., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. De- 
hydrochlorination of 1,1,2-trichlorpropane. 2,134,102 ; 
Oct. 25. 

Cassagne, Georges E., Cazaux, France. Device for trans- 
mitting motion. 2,108,366 ; Feb. 15. 

Casse, Joseph E., assignor to Crawford Door Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Overhead door construction. 2,141,515 ; 
Dec. 27. 

Casse, Joseph E. (See Graham, M. P., HufCerd, and 
Casse.) 

Casse, Joseph E. (See Siess, H. J., and Casse.) 

Casselman, Elbridge J., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Maga- 
zine Repeating Razor Company. Razor blade and steel 
therefor. 2,105,583 ; Jan. 18. 

Cassell, Leonard E., and D. B. Massie., Clay Center, Nebr. 
Yardage measuring device for football games. 2,139,300 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Cassey, Thomas E., Chevy Chase, Md. Electrical outlet 
box and clamp. 2,124,541 ; July 26. 

CassJdy, Arthur R., et al. (See Elder, Frank T.) 

Cassidy, Perry R., Short Hills, N. J., I. Harter, New York, 
N. Y., and H. J. Kerr, Westfield, assignors to The 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, Newark, N. J. Fluid 
heat exchange apparatus. 2,120,125 ; June 7. 

Cassidy, Thomas A., assignor to Wilmot and Cassidy, 
Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Producing coerosenol esters. 
2,127,107; Aug. 16. 

Cassimatis, Irineos, Gary, Ind., assignor of one-half to 
H. E. Strategos, Chicago, 111. Creating designs for 
candles. 2,122,451 ; July 5. 

Cassion, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
2,122,312 ; June 28. 

Cassity, Isaac N., Topeka, Kans. 
2,135,743 ; Nov. 8. 

Casson, Nicholas V., New York, N. Y 
2,141,854 ; Dec. 27. 

Cast, William B., Parkville, Mo. 
Apr. 12. 

Castady, Harry, Chicago, 111. 
2,140,617 : Dec. 20. 

Castator, Jesse C, et al. (See Eastin, 
signor.) 

Castator, Loretta, et al. (See 
signor.) 

Castello, Thomas, Clifton, N. J. 
fixture. 2,117.941; May 17. 

Castle, Alfred J., assignor to Inland Steel Company, 
Chicago, 111. Rolling ferrous sheets. 2,105,908 ; Jan. 
18. 

Castle, Alfred J., assignor to Inland Steel Company, 
Chicago, III. Method of and apparatus for producing 
ferrous sheet metal. 2,105,969 • Jan. 18. 

Castle, Donald H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Focusing device for 
photographic enlargers. 2,110,324 ; Mar. 8. 

Castle, Thomas R., London. lOiigijiud, assignor, bv mesne 
assignments, to Mergeiillialer Linotype Company. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Distributing nierhaiiisin of typographical 
composinir machines. 2,117,511: Mav 17." 

Castle, William L., and W. O. Hedb'erg, assignors to 
Boeing Aircraft Company, Seattle, Wash. Sheet metal 
bending machine. 2,139,354; Dec. 6. 

C.istle, William L,. .-md W. O. lledberg. assignors to 
P.oeing Aircraft (\inipanv, Seattle, Wash. Off.set die. 
2.141,736 ; Dec. 27, 

Castles, Eugene F., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Collins 
& Aikman Corporation. Philadelphia, Pa. Pile fabric 
and Its method of manufacture. 2,110,860; Mar. 15. 

Castles, Eugene F., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Collins 
& Alknian Corporation, Plilladelphin, Pa. Pile fabric, 
2,110,807; Mar. 15. 

Castner, Janu-s B., and W. R. KIrst, Woodbury, N. J., 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington. D(>1. Production of nitrous oxido. 
2.111,270; Mar. 15. 

(^■lstnlM•, James II,, and W. E. KIrst. Woodburv. N. J., 
assignors to 10. I. du Pont de Nemours i^ Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Reacting Mminonluin nitrate to forin 
nitrous oxide. 2,111.277; Mar. 15. 

Castner, James B., and It, V. Peterson. Woodbury, \. J., 
assignors to 10, I. du Pont de Nemours & Companv. 
Wilmington. Di'l. Concentrating acid solution's. 
2,12 1.721); July 20. 

Castner. .Immics 1!,, Woodbury, N, J., and M. C. Kiiake. 
Wiinhlmrn. Wis,, asslgnorH to 10. T. du Pont de Ni'Uionr.s 
& Conipanv. WMiiilMglon, Mfl, Piirillcnl Ion of Irlnllro- 
lolncnc •.Mn'.'.SI.") ; Oct, I 1, 

Castner. W'illliiin II.. Spoliiini', Wn.-di, Ci>nd)inatlon caiv 

punch Mini cap Ilfl.T, 2,n.'<.ir)I) : May 21, 
CiiNto. Lloyd v., Pi'trolt, Mich, Systi>i'n of ilerlving deco- 
rallvi- llnlNlieN on articles of iminufactuiv. 2,101,71)0; 
.Inn. 1 1. 



Door attachment. 

Optical instrument. 

Y. Cutting implement. 

Sunshade. 2,113,827 ; 

Adjustable scaffold. 

Rollie R., as- 

Eastin, Rollie E., as- 

Curtaln and drapery 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Casto, Lloyd V., Detroit, Mich. Decorative treatment for 
laminated structures and product thereof. 2,115,409 ; 
Apr. 26. 

Casto, William H. (See Hull, M. R., Morrow, and Casto.) 

Castricone, John A., Peoria, 111. Ironing machine. 
2,115,941; May 3. 

Castricone, John A., Peoria, 111. Gear case drive shaft 
mounting. 2,122,085 ; June 28. 

Castro, Cesar A., New York, N. Y. Photoelectric plate 
for television tube. 2,141,375 ; Dec. 27. 

Castro, Cesar A., New York, N. Y. Picture transmitter. 
2,133,844: Oct. 18. 

Caswell, John A., Somerville, and C. A. Robinson, Salem, 
Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corpora- 
tion, Paterson, N. J. Fastening-inserting machine. 
2,106,719 ; Feb. 1. 

Caswell, Walter A., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Egg 
candling appaeatus. 2,117,146 ; May 10. 

Catalano, Joseph A., New Orleans, La. Vehicle rocking 
device. 2,141,639 ; Dec. 27. 

Catchpole, William M., Bury St. Edmunds, England. 
Machine for topping sugar beets in the ground. 
2,139,802 ; Dec. 13. 

Gate, Paul E., assignor to The Fulton Sylphon Company, 
Knoxville, Tenn. Method and apparatus for charging 
thermostatic devices. 2,126,532 ; Aug. 9. 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Gustafson, Carl A., as- 
signor.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Mayo, R. E., and Jackson, 
assignors.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Rosen, Carl G. A., assignor.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Starr, Oscar L., assignor.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Weeks, Paul, assignor.) 

Catherwood, Herbert C, Hagersville, Ontario, Canada. 
Tally keeper. 2,108,103 ; Feb. 15. 

Catini, Vincenzo, assignor to Kamket Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Machine for uniting loose leaves and binder 
elements. 2,129,604; Sept. 6. 

Catland, Alfred C. (See Howard, J. H., and Catland.) 

Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, Calif. Well bit construc- 
tion. 2,107,627; Feb. 8. 

Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Well bit. 2,107,626 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Well tool construction. 
2.111,751 ; Mar. 22. 

Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Roller rock bit. 
2,111,752; Mar. 22. 

Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. WeU bit cutter mounting. 
2,111,753; Mar. 22. 

Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil 
Tools Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Rock bit. 2,122,808 ; 
July 5. 

Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, and P. C. Efromson. Whit- 
tier, assignors to Globe Oil Tools Company, Los Nietos, 
Calif. Core drill construction. 2,123,453 : July 12. 

Catland. Alfred C, Alhambra. and P. C. Efromson, Whit- 
tier, assignors to Globe Oil Tools Company, Los Nietos, 
Calif. Roller cutter mounting. 2,128,401 : Aug. 30. 

Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Core catcher. 2,132,014; 
Oct. 4. 

Catlin, John B., Appleton, Wis., assignor to Paper Pat- 
ents Company, Neenah, Wis. Composite sheet article. 
2.111,205 : Mar. 15. 

Catlin, Willard E., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Making shapeel articles 
from synthetic polymers. 2,141,169 ; Dec. 27. 

Catranis, John G., assignor to The Lamson Company, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Blower. 2,139,112 ; Dec. 6. 

Catto, James, et al. (See Aitken, Earle M., assignor.) 

Catron, Harold, H. H. Clayton, and R. L. Dashner, as- 
signors to R-B-M Manufacturing Company, Logansport, 
Ind. Lighting means for vehicles. 2,125,990 ; Aug. 9. 

Catron, Harold, R. L. Dashner, and M. W. Morris, as- 
signors to R-B-M Manufacturing Co., Logansport, Ind. 
Terminal assembly. 2,131,581 ; Sept. 27. 

Catron, Joseph W., Jr., Fortescue, Mo. Eyeshade. 
2,107,102 : Feb. 1. 

Catron, Joseph W., Jr., Fortescue, Mo. Eyeshade. 
2,107,103; Feb. 1. 

Catron, Joseph W., Bigelow, Mo. Internal combustion 
engine. 2,122,002 : June 28. 

Catron, Russell M., San Diego, Calif. Rifle. 2,129,648; 
Sept. 13. 

Catt, Harold W., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Making elastic 
rubber transmission bands. 2,126,733 ; Aug. 16. 

Catt. Samuel G., London, England. Inhaler. 2,123,353 ; 
July 12. 

Cattanach, John. (See Odenbach, J. H., and Cattanacb.) 

Catterall, John G. (See Fyfe, G. T., and Catterall.) 

Catterlin, Everett S., New York, N. Y. Portable refrig- 
erating device, particularly for air conditioning. 
2,125,542; Aug. 2. 

Catini, Vincenzo, assignor to Kamket Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Machine for making book binder elements. 
2,129,605 ; Sept. 6. 

Caudry, Bailey C, CofEeyville, Kans. Lawn mower. 
2,113,191 ; Apr. 5. 

Caugherty, John J., Donora, Pa. Rod cleaning machine. 
2,117,651 ; May 17. 



Caughey, John M., assignor to Stubnitz-Greene Spring 
Corporation, Adrian, Mich. Spring cushion. 2,124,730 ; 
July 26. 

Caughey, Reed J., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Power plant. 2,124,395 ; July 19. 

Caughey, Reed J., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Hydraulic governing mechanism. 
2.126.533; Aug. 9. 

Caughey, Reed J., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Governing mechanism for elastic 
fluid turbines. 2,141,260 ; Dec. 27. 

Caute, Louis, Ezanville, assignor to SocifitS dite : Soci6t6 
de Construction du Tracteur Vigneron Georges Vidal, 
Soci^t^ Anonyme, Montpelier, France. Endless chain. 
2,113,504 ; Apr. 5. 

Cavalcante, Jonathan S., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to 
Trans-Lux Corporation. Apparatus for pulling tape. 
2,134,998 ; Nov. 1. 

Cavalero, John V., Bloomfield, N. J. Book. 2,138,443 ; 
Nov. 29. 

Cavanagh, James, Cohasset, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe and 
making the same. 2,135,170 ; Nov. 1. 

Cavanagh, John, East Norwalk, assignor to Hat Corpora- 
tion of America, Norwalk, Conn. Sweat band. 
2,131,697 ; Sept. 27. 

Cavanagh, John, assignor to Hat Corporation of America, 
Norwalk, Conn. Hat. 2,134,274 ; Oct. 25. 

Cavanagh, John F., Providence, R. I., assignor to Boston 
Wire Stitcher Company, Portland, Me. Fastener-ap- 
plying device. 2,107,522 ; Feb. 8. 

Cavanagh, John F., Providence, R. I., assignor to Boston 
Wire Stitcher Company, Portland, Maine. Wire-stitch- 
ing or stapling machine. 2,108,882 ; Feb. 22. 

Cavanagh, John F., Providence, assignor to Boston Wire 
Stitcher Company, Warwick, R. I. Fastener-applying 
implement. 2,137,642 ; Nov. 22. 

Cavanaugh, Earl C, et al. (See Matula, Nicholas, as- 
signor.) 

Cave, Edward U., Lancaster, Ohio, assignor to The Jef- 
frey Manufacturing Company. Apparatus for weighing 
cylindrical bodies. 2,115,620; Apr. 26. 

Cave, Henry, Hartford, Conn. Safety valve. 2,119,851 ; 
June 7. 

Cavero, Michel, Oloron, assignor to Societe en nom Col- 
lectif : Lebocey Fr«res, dite Etablissements Lebocey, 
Troyes, (Aube), France. Knitting machine with recti- 
linear needle beds. 2.112,478 ; Mar. 29. 

Cavicchi, Albert A., Arlington, assignor to E. Cavicchi, 
Boston, Mass. Mattress tufting button. 2,112,479 ; 
Mar. 29. 

Cavicchi, Ernest. (See Cavicchi, Albert A., assignor.) 

Cavicchi, Ernest, Arlington, Mass. Mattress ventilator. 
2,139,803 ; Dec. 13. 

Cavlns, Paul, et al. (See Flury, William J., assignor.) 

Cavins, Paul, Long Beach, Calif. Bailer. 2,118,458 ; 
May 24. 

Cawein, Madison. (See Lewis, H. M., and Cawein.) 

Cawein, Madison, Manhasset, N. Y., assignor to Hazeltine 
Corporation. Periodic voltage generator. 2,105,902 : 
Jan. 18. 

Cawley, Aloysius J., Pittston, Pa. Television apparatus. 
2,116,425; May 3. 

Cawley, Aloysius J., Pittston, Pa. Television process and 
apparatus. 2,118,160 ; May 24. 

Cawley, Aloysius J., Pittston, Pa. Television system. 
2,122,337; June 28. 

Cawley, Aloj^sius J., Pittston. Pa. Automatic television 
synchronizing apparatus. 2,125,991 ; Aug. 9. 

Cawley, Aloysius J., Pittston, Pa. Sound record process. 
2,137,267 ; Nov. 22. 

Cawley, Aloysius J., Pittston, Pa. Scanning process. 
2,138,089 ; Nov. 29. 

Cayabyab, Ricardo D., Delano, Calif. Internal combustion 
engine. 2,126,616 ; Aug. 9. 

Cazes, Paul G., assignor to Path§ Cinema Anciens Etab- 
lissements Pathfi Freres, Paris, France. Controlling 
device for rotatable shafts. 2,114,278 ; Apr. 19. 

Ceccon, John B., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to San 
Francisco Sulphur Company. Sulphur purification. 
2,113,230 ; Apr. 5. 

Cecil, Lloyd F., Shanchai, China. Guardrail for athletic 
fields. 2,116.426 ; May 3. 

Cedar Rapids Engineering Company. (See Dunn, Allen 
I., assignor.) 

Cederlund, Albert, assignor to Crompton & Knowles Loom 
Works, Worcester, Mass. Weft replenishing mecha^ 
nism for looms. 2,128,915 ; Sept. 6. 

Cela Holding S. A. (See Riatel, Manlio M., assignor.) 

Cela Holding, S. A. (See Schwartz, Fernand F., as- 
signor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Armett, G. A. 
Black, and Fulton, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Bell, Angus S. 
assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Bennett, J. W. 
Hale, and Pool, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Bludworth 
Joseph E., assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See BodeU, Henry E. 
assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dickie, William 
A., assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



111 



Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dickie, W. A., 

and Hale, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dickie, W. A., 

Hale, and Howarth, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dickie, W. A., and 

Moncrieff, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dickie, W. A., 

and Sowter, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, C, and 

Ellis, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, C, Piatt, 

and Lyem, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, C, and 

Schneider, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, C. and 

Whitehead, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, H., and 

Moncrieff, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, H., and 

Taylor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Eichengrtin, 

Arthur, assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Ellis, George H., 

assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Ellis, G. H., and 

Kirk, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Ellis, G. H., and 

Wesson, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Elvin, W. J., 

and Killoran, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Finlayson, D., 

and Bezant, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Finlayson, D., 

and Latham, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Finlayson, D., 

and Perry, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hale, F. C, and 

Jabouley, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hale, F. C, and 

Yeadon, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hale, F. C, and 

Yorke, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hale, Frank C, 

assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hilliard, 

Thomas H.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Howorth, Har- 
mon, assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hutson, Canfield, 

assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Jones, Daniel H., 

assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Jones, J. E., and 

Cox, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Jones, J. E., and 

Johnston, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Kimpton, W. H., 

and Fulton, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Kinsella, B., 

Bower, Briggs, and Roberts, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Ivinsella, Edward 

A., assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Lord, G., and 

Koevos, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Martin, H. E., 

and Ensor, assignors.) 
Celanese Coipoiation or America. (See Martin, Herbert 

E., assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See McGill, A., and 

Taylor, assignors.) 
Celanese (Jorporatlon of America. (See Miller, Brian 

E. M., assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Moncrieff, R. W., 

and Hill, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Moncrieff, R. W., 

Hill, and Frearson, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Moncriegg, R. W., 

and North, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Moss, William 

H., assignor.) 
Celanese Corijoration of America. (See O'Dowd, Leslie J., 

UNHignor. ) 
Celanese Corpoiatlon of America. (See Olpln, II. C, and 

Ellis, MSHlgiiors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Piatt, Herbert, 

assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Piatt, H., and 

Bergeron, assignors.) 
Celanese (;()ri)oratIon of America. (See RIvat, Georges, 

MHslgnor. ) 
(,'elniiese <!(>r|)oralion of America. (See Uoailloy, I'ercy 

U., MHHlgllor.) 

(.'(OaiK'.Mc Corporation of America. (See Schneider, 

(ieoige, HKHlgnor. ) 
Celanese Cjorijoriitlon of America. (See Seymour, Q. W., 

and Salvin, assignors.) 
Celanese (Jorporntlon of America. (Sco Snowdon, A. B., 

and Itoclell, iiHHlgnorH.) 
CelaneHc Corponillon of America. (See Slelnberger, 

Alfred J., iiHHlgiior.) 
CelaiicMe Corponillon of America. (See Taylor, Harry 

and W., asHlgnoiH.) 
CelaneHO Corporallon of America. (Hee Tavlor, M. M., 

and Fulton, aHHlgnorn. ) 



Celanese Corporation of America. 

I., assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

and Gibbins, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

and Oxley, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

Jackson, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

A., and Allan, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

liam, assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

and Hutson, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

S., and Jackson, assignors.) 
Celite Corporation. (See Calvert, 

assignors.) 

Cellovis, Inc. (See Pascoe, T. A., and Hella, assignors.) 
Cellufoam Corporation. (See Weathered, George C, as- 
signor.) _ 

(See Andersen, Bjorn, assignor.) 
(See Anderson, B., and Caprio, as- 



(See Taylor, William 

(See Taylor, W. I., 

(See Thomas, B. B., 

(See Tyce, George C, 

(See Uphill, K. M., and 

(See Wainwright, J. 

(See Whitehead, Wil- 

(See Whitehead, W., 

(See Winter, Albert 

R., Dern, and AUes, 



Celluloid Corporation. 
Celluloid Corporation. 

signers.) 
Celluloid Corporation. 

signers.) 
Celluloid Corporation. 
Celluloid Corporation. 
Celluloid Corporation. 
Celluloid Corporation. 
Cellulose Research 



(See Anderson, B., and Paist, as- 

(See Brown, Joseph H., assignor.) 
(See Hoarle, Fred J., assignor.) 
(See Salemme, William, assignor.) 
(See Shuman, Royal L., assignor.) 
Corporation, The. (See Olsen, 
Frederich, assignor.) 
Cellu-Type Plate Co. (See McKee, Ralph H., assignor.) 
Celotex Company, The. (See Swenson, George E., as- 
signor.) 

Celotex Corporation, The. (See Neumeister, Carl L., 
assignor.) 

Cement Gun Company. (See Beeby, Frank F., assignor.) 

Cement Process Corporation. (See Blank, John A. and 
A. J., assignors.) 

Cen-Tennial Cotton Gin Company. (See Roberts, Hugh, 
Jr., assignor.) 

Centennial Development Company. (See Butts, William 
J., assignor.) 

Centervall, Hugo A., Brooklyn, assignor to Manly Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Rotary pump or motor. 
2,141,170; Dec. 27. 

Centervall, Hugo A., Brooklyn, assignor to Manly Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Rotary pump or motor 
2,141,171 ; Dec. 27. 

Central Carton Company, The. (See Mahone, Thomas W., 
assignor.) 

Central Commercial Company. (See Gundlach, Henry R., 
assignor.) 

Central Commercial Company. (See Teetor, Paul, as- 
signor.) 

Central Fibre Products Company. (See Weis, Alwln 
W. D., assignor.) 

Central Metallic Casket Co. (See Larson, Raymond, as- 
signor.) 

Central Metallic Casket Co. (See Larson, Raymond, as- 
signor.) 

Central Mine Equipment Co. (See Cook, Walter, as- 
signor.) 
Central National Bank of Cleveland. (See Paden, W. Tj., 

and Saunders, assignors.) • 

Central National Bank of Cleveland. (See WheelhargiM-, 

A. S., and Ortli, assignors.) 
Central Scientific Company. (See Hornberger, C. S.. and 

States, assignors.) 
Central Scientific Company. (See Hornberger, Carl S., as- 
signor.) 
Central Specialty Company. 

assignor.) 
Central Stamping Company. 

Wilson, assignors.) 
Ceiilrilix Coriioratlon. (See 

signor.) 
Century Electric Company. 

assignor.) 
('enlury Fan fc Ventilator Company. 

W. I,., and Uelchart, assignors.) 
Century Lighting Equipment, Inc. (See Levy, Joseph, 

a.sslgnor.) 
Ceninil, ()lu.'<eppe L., Brooklvn, assignor to CeramI Self- 

Closing Device Corporation, New York, N. Y. Door 

Closer. 2,1M,'i04 ; Apr. 11). 
Ceranil Self-('lo8lng Device Corporation. 

(JIuseppo L., assignor.) 
CeramI Self-Closlng Device Corporation. 

(I'hiNeppe, MsslKniir.) 
Ceramic IMaclilnery Distributors Limited. 

Frederick, assignor. ) 
CiM-anilc rrocesH Company, Tlio. (Sep Wuulf, Chiirles .\.. 

assignor.) 
Cercln, Inc. (See llcRRnrt, Oeorge B., nsslgnor.) 
CcMM'la. Inc. (See lOninier, ("harli's K,, «Miili;iior.) 
Cerecedo, I.eepolil It., New York, N. Y. IlecoverlnK nnll 

neurlllc vllainln. ■_MI4,77fl; Apr. ID. 
tVrf, (Vdrlc S., Iloll, Calif. neBnltlng mli\eral oil 

2,M0,n74 : Doc. 20. 



(See Lonskey, John H., 
(See Padelford, L. E., and 

llawley, Charles G., a.s- 
(See Hamilton, James L., 

(."See I'li'Miinln;;. 



(See CeramI, 



(See IMplii, 
(Sep Shurlcy, 



112 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1938 



Cerf, Gustave D., Sidney, N. Y., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Magnetogen- 
erator for internal combustion engines. 2,130,316 ; Sept. 
13. 

Cerstvik, Stephen. (See Rylsljy, G. V., and Cerstvik. ) 

Certain-tppfi Products Corporation. (See Codwise, Philip 
W., assignor.) 

Cei-taiii-ieiU Products Corporation. (See Hoggatt, Gil- 
bert A., assignor.) 

Certain-teed Products Corporation. (See Knapp, George, 
assignor.) 

Certain-Teed Products Corporation. (See MacNutt, 
Arthur D., assignor.) 

Certain-Teed Products Corporation. (See Rahr, Chester 
E., assignor.) 

Certain-Teed Products Corporation. (See Walton, Alfred 
B., assignor.) 

Cesar, Guy F. A., Saumur, France. Manufacture of masks. 
2,127,054 ; Aug. 16. 

Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka A. S. (See Holek, Vaclav, as- 
signor.) 

Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka, a. s., Brno. (See Holek, 
FrantiSek, assignor.) 

Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka a. s. Brno. (See RolCik, 
Miroslav, assignor.) ' 

Chabon, Irving, Brooklyn, N. Y. Buckle magazine charg- 
ing stick. 2,114,795 ; Apr. 19. 

Chace, Thomas B.. Winnetka, assignor to Clad Metals 
Industries, Inc., Chicago, 111. Rolling composite metal 
stock. 2,125,153 ; July 26. 

Chace, W. M., Valve Company. (See Alban, C. F., and 
Hood, assignors.) 

Chace, W. M., Company. (See Weinhardt, Robert A., 
assignor.) 

Chacey, Clyde L., Leavenvrorth, Kans. Water heater. 
2,128,350 ; Aug. 30. 

Chadeayne, George D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Laundry drier. 
2,135,493 ; Nov. 8. 

Chadsey, George R., East Hampton, Conn. Tool for ma- 
nipulating electric lamp bulbs. 2,117,017 ; May 10. 

Chadwick, Cecil G., West New York, N. J., assignor to 
Oxweld Acetylene Company. Flux coated welding rod. 
2,142,045 ; Dec. 27. 

Chadwick, Cecil G., West New York, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Cor- 
poration. Welding flux. 2,121,770. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights, and T. B. Focke, Cleve- 
land Heights, assignors to Perfection Stove Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Liquid fuel burner. 2,131,835 ; Oct. 4. 

Chadwick, Stanley, et al. (See Zaebst, Oran C, as- 
signor.) 

Chaffee, Edward F., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Com- 
pany, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window construction. 
2,109,660; Mar. 1. 

Chaffee, Edward F., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Com- 
pany, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Railway car trap door 
and folding step construction. 2,124,872 ; July 26. 

Chaffee, Edward F., and J. R. Anderson, assignors to 
The O. M. Edwards Company Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. 
Sheet metal window frame structure and forming the 
same. 2,136,273 ; Nov. 8. 

Chaffee, Joseph G., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Receiving system for frequency modulated waves. 
2.118,161 ; May 24. 

Chaffee, Joseph G., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
•Modulation system for ultra-short waves. 2,129,820 ; 
Sept. 13. 

Chaffee, Joseph G., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Frequency regulation of oscillators in ultra short wave 
receivers. 2,141,376 ; Dec. 27. 

Chaffee, Raymond O., Belmont, assignor to United-Carr 
Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Shelf sup- 
port. 2,130,536; Sept. 20. 

Chain Belt Company. (See Ball, Charles F., assignor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Devine, B. F., and Ball, 
assignors.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Hilkemeier, Louis G., as- 
signor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Lind, Arthur C, assignor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Longenecker, C. I., and Ball, 
assignors.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Marshall, William B., as- 
signor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Siebert, Willy, assignor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Sparling, William J., as- 
signor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Steindorf, Robert T., as- 
signor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Steindorf, R. T., and Lind, 
assignors.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Swenson. Eskil W., assignor.) 

Chaincraft, Inc. (See Rasch, Henry, assignor.) 

Chain Store Products Corporation. (See Krasberg, Ru- 
dolf, assignor.) 

rhalfonic, .Albin L. (See Guire, H. G., and Chalfonte.) 

ClialfontP. Charles S., administrator. (See Guire, H. G., 
and Chalfonte.) 

Chalker, Albert R., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Standard Stoker rniripanv Tr'". (1922), New York. 
N. Y. Stoker. 2,119,941 : June 7. 



(See Gylleck, Olaf 

(See Lee, J. E., 

Scotland, assignor 
Purification 
tetranitrate. 



Chalker, Albert R., WesleyvlUe, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Standard Stoker Company, Inc. 
(1922), New York, N. Y. Locomotive stoker. 
2,132,392 ; Oct. 11. 

Challacombe, Robert H. D., Long Beach, Calif. Rotary 
boring apparatus. 2,118,490 ; May 24. 

Challenge Machinery Company, The. (See Barney, Free- 
man, assignor.) 

Challenge Machinery Company, The. 
T., assignor.) 

Challenge Machinery Company, The. 
and Barney, assignors.) 

Challenor, William A. P., Ardrossan, 

to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited, 
and granulation of pentaerythritol 
2,132,458 ; Oct. 11. 

Challenor, William A. P., Ardrossan, and G. A. Scott, 
West Kilbridge, Scotland, assignors to Imperial Chemi- 
cal Industries Limited. Manufacture of explosives. 
2,140,897 ; Dec. 20. 

Challet, Etienne, Paris, France, assignor of one-quarter 
to Entreprises Electriques Fribourgeoises, Fribourg, 
Switzerland. Insulating member for electric heating 
elements. 2,121,283 ; June 21. 

Challet, Etienne, Paris, France, assignor of one-quarter 
to Entreprises Electriques Fribourgeoises, Fribourg, 
Switzerland. Oven door. 2,121,284; June 21. 

Challet, Etienne, Paris, France, assignor of one-fourth 
to Entreprises Electriques Fribourgeoises, Fribourg, 
Switzerland. Flexible resilient electric current socket. 
2,124,461 ; July 19. 

Challier, Mario, Turin, Italy. Rotary cutting tool. 
2,111,887 ; Mar. 22. 

Challis, Gail, assignor of one-half to T. T. Logan, Russell 
Springs, Kans. Row crop mulcher. 2,105.805 ; Jan. 18. 

Chalmers, John W., assignor to Molins Machine Com- 
pany, Limited, Deptford, London, England. Wrapper 
for cigarette packages and the like. 2,112,013 ; Mar. 
22. 

Chalmers, John W., Deptford, London, assignor to Molins 
Machine Company, Limited, London, England. Wrap- 
ping machine. 2,138,728 ; Nov. 29. 

Chamberlain, Alfred J., Wauwatosa, Wis. Dispensing con- 
tainer. 2,129,819 ; Sept. 13. 

Chamberlain, Alfred J., Wauwatosa, Wis., assignor to 
General Metalware Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Dis- 
pensing container. 2,105,718; Jan. 18. 

Chamberlain Co. (See Kennedy, John J., assignor.) 

Chamberlain Corporation. (See Etten, N. L., assignor, 
and Chrlstensen.) 

Chamberlain Corporation. (See Etten, Nicholas L., as- 
signor.) 

Chamberlain, James M. W., Silver Lake, assignor to 
United States Stoneware Comnany, Akron, Ohio. Seal- 
ing, supporting, and cushioning assembly. 2,116,099 ; 
May 3. 

Chamberlain, Leonard C. (See Grebe, J. J., and Chamber- 
Chamberlain, Leonard C, and J. L. Williams, assignors 
to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Proc- 
ess for the preparation of ethyl chloride. 2,125,284 ; 
Aug. 2. 

Chamberlain, Leonard C, Jr., J. L. Amos, and J. L. 
Williams, assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, 
Midland, Mich. Production of ethyl chloride. 
2,140,508; Dec. 20. 

Chamberlain, Leonard C, Jr., J. L. Williams, and R. D. 
Blue, assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, Mid- 
land, Mich. Production of ethyl chloride. 2,140,507 ; 
Dec. 20. 

Chamberlain Metal Weather Strip Company. (See Julien. 
Louis P., assignor.) 

Chamberlin, Dale S., Bethlehem, Pa., assignor to Warwick 
Chemical Co., West Warwick, R. I. Composition and 
process for soaking silk and textile materials. 
2,127,904 ; Aug. 23. 

Chamberlin Metal Weather Strip Co. (See Julien, Louis 
F., assignor.) 

Chamberlin, Robert R., Washington, D. C. Electrical 
discharge apparatus. 2,118,162 ; May 24. 

Chambers, Arthur D., and J. H. Sachs, assignors to E. 
I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Preparation of dispersible sulphur. 2,111,552 ; Mar. 22. 

Chambers, Bering, Quinlan Company. (See Cooper, 
Earl E.) 

Chambers Brothers Company. (See King, Howard K., as- 
signor.) 

Chambers, Cal C, et al. (See Jacobson, James H., as- 
signor. ) 

Chambers, David A., Portland, Oreg. Tripod mounting. 
2,135,797 ; Nov. 8. 

Chambers, Ira D. (See Paulson, P. M., and Chambers.) 

Chambers, James E., West Pilm Beach, Fla. Pull rod 
support. 2,107,234 ; Feb. 1. 

Chambers. John E., Shelbyville, Ind. Gas range. 
2.134,029; Oct. 25. 

Chambers, Laura A., St. Louis, Mo. Bedpan cover and 
cushion. 2.116.560: May 10. 

Chambers, Leslie A., Brookline, Mass., assignor to W. H. 
Ashton, Edgemont, Pa. Destroying bacteria in liquids. 
2.138,839 : Dec. 6. 

Chambers, Perry O., assignor to Safety Vulcanizer Com- 
pany, Inc., Chicago, II. Tire recapping equipment. 
2,119,467 ; May 31. 

Chambers, Raymond A. (See Kane, J. J., and Chambers.) 



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Chambers, Walter H., Stoneham, Mass. Gun. 2,139,648 ; 
Dec. 6. 

Chambers, William J. (See Forsberg, A. L., and Cham- 
bers.) 

Chambersburg Engineering Company. (See Macconochie, 
Arthur F., assignor.) 

Chambless, Ersyl F. (See Fay, Joseph W., assignor.) 

Chambon Corporation. (See Grupe, William F., as- 
signor.) 

Chambon, Henri, assignor to Societe Anonyme des Anciens 
Etablisseinents L. Chambon, Paris, France. Manufac- 
ture of sheaths, particularly cigarette paper sheaths. 
2,112,394; Mar. 29. 

Chamier, John A., Aldwych, London, and G. F. Jones, 
West Hill, Highgate, London. England. Pump and com- 
pressor. 2.117.652 ; May 17. 

Champagne, Eraste J., Franklin, La. Cover for necktie 
knots. 2,131,023 ; Sept. 27. 

Champer, Leon E., Vermilion, Hi., and L. M. Christensen, 
Ames, Iowa, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The 
Chemical Foundation, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Synthetic resins. 2,109,466 ; Mar. 1. 

Champion Corporation. (See Knoerzer, Arthur T., as- 
signor.) 

Champion Foundry and Machine Company. (See Mag- 
nuson, Henry O., assignor.) 

Champion Knitwear Company. (See Feinbloom, William 
F., assignor.) 

Champion Knitwear Company. (See Friedland, Samuel 
N., assignor.) 

Champion, Necols, Orange, N. J. Photograph identifica- 
tion. 2,105,521 ; Jan. 18. 

Champion Paper and Fibre Company, The. (See Bradner, 
Donald B., assignor.) 

Champion Pecan Machine Company, The. et al. (See 
Meyer, Leo J., assignor..) 

Champion Spark Plug Company. (See Rohde, Otto C, 
assignor.) 

Champion, Warren, Pekin, 111. Steering wheel attach- 
ment. 2,137,332 ; Nov. 22. 

Champlin, Franklin J., Dalton, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electrical regulation. Re. 20,734 ; 
May 24. 

Chamnlin, James M., South Coventry, Conn. Building 
toy. 2,116,301 ; May 3. 

Chan, T. Y. (See Yu, Chan Ting.) 

Chance, Britton, Mantoloking, N. J. Automatic steering 
means. 2,132,676; Oct. 11. 

Chance, Britton, Mantoloking, N. J. Automatic steering 
means. 2,132,677 ; Oct. 11. 

Chancellor, Lihu S., Pleasantgrove, Miss. Crankshaft. 
2,140,127 : Dec. 13. 

Chancellor, Murray, et al. (See Van Stone, Clifford E., 
assignor.) 

Chancey, Ernest C. Detroit, Mich. Hair waving device. 
2,119,774 : June 7. 

Chancey, Ernest C, Detroit, Mich. Heating pad. 
2,126,734 ; Aug. 16. 

Chandlee Corporation, The. (See Jenkins, R. J., and 
Addicks, assignors.) 

Chandler, Daniel L., Soraerville, assignor to Aresee Com- 
pany Inc., Salem, Mass. Automobile window sash 
mechanism. 2,122,605 ; July 5. 

Chandler, Daniel L., Somerville, assignor to Aresee Com- 
pany, Inc., Salem, Mass. Window lock. 2,125,543 ; 
Aug. 2. 

Chandler, Daniel L., Somerville, assignor to Aresee Com- 
pany Inc., .Salem, Mass. Automobile window sash lock. 
2,133,426 : Oct. 18. 

Chandler, Edwin C, Norwich, Vt. Weighing fork. 
2,129,504; Sept. 6. 

Chandler, Milford G., Flint, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Borg-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
Fuel feeding system for internal combustion engines. 
2,1.39,804 ; Dec. 13. 

Chandler, Milton E., Detroit, Mich. Fuel control means. 
2,125,886; Aug. 9. 

Chandler, Milton E., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Carburetor 
choke valve. 2,140,734: Dec. 20. 

Chandler, Milton E., and E. O. Wirtli, assignors to Bendix 
Aviation (Jorporation, South Bend, Ind. Carburetor. 
2,100,2(50; Feb. 22. 

Chandler and Price Company, The. (See Jlrousok, Joseph 
F., assignor.) 

Chandler & Price Company, The. (See Johnson, Law- 
rence R., asBlgnor.) 

Chandler, Willard P., Jr., assignor to Blnw-Knox Com- 
pany, PitlNlinrgli, Pa. Apparatus for cleaning gases. 
2,132,146; Ocl, 4. 

Chandler, William W., assignor of one-half to J. M. 
StlnsoM, Hammond, Ind. Safety razor. 2,131,408; 
Kept. 27. 

Chancy, Albert I-. fSep liermnn, P., and Chancy.) 

Cliancv, Ali)Iiii A., Fort Worth, Tex. Slurry drier for 
cement piantH. 2,132,»84 ; Oct. 11. 

Chnney, John L. (See Chiincy. Lc F., and J. L.) 

Chimey. John I^., nHslgnor of onr'-hiilf to I^. F. ("hiiney, 
SprfngMcld, Ohio. Tlierniomcter. 2.117,1)12; May 17. 

Chancy, Lci' F. (See ('linlicy, John I,., iiHNlgnor.) 

(Jhiini'V, Lee 1''. and J. I,., Sprlngllclil, Ohio. Theriiioni- 
elcr :ind Ihe lilse. 2,1 I 1.071 : Apr. 12. 

Cliiiiiey, l.ovcll v.. mid A. l). lliicll, ItiirlleHvllle, Oklii., 
;iSHlKIiorK lo I'lliiiipN I'd lnli'Uiii ('niiipiinv. Swi-elciillii; 
hydrr.ciMlinn mIIh, UMII.IHT; \I;ii-, I .^ 



Chang, Albert L., Honolulu, Hawaii. Automatic hand 

signal. 2,116,694 ; May 10. 
Changette, Inc. (See Skidelsky, Nina, assignor ) 
Changette, Inc. (See Skidelsky, N.', and Bary, assignors ) 
Chanik, John, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Angle block for 

magnetic chucks. 2,113.874 ; Apr. 12. 
Channell, James W., West Los Angeles, Calif. Splicing 

machine. 2,110,287 ; Mar. 8. 
Chansor, John, Park Place, Oreg. Flexible corrugated 

diaphragm. 2,111,168; Mar. 15. 
Chantiand, Sam G., Tama, Iowa. Drain. 2 112 663 

Mar. 29. , ,«« . 

Chantler, Lewis W., Charles Town, W. Va., assignor to 
The Standard Lime and Stone Company, Baltimore, Md 
Process and apparatus for producing mineral wool 
2,112,557 ; Mar. 29. 

Chantry, Allan J., United States Navy. Power transmis- 
sion means. 2,106,720 ; Feb. 1. 

Chaoul, Henri, Berlin, Germany. Method of and apparatus 
for making radiographs of body layers. 2,133,738 • 
Oct. 18. 

Chapin, Chester M., St. Louis, Mo. Steaming iron 
2,137,387 ; Nov. 22. 

Chapin, Edward S., Boston, Mass. Mordanting and union 
dyeing. 2,109,261 ; Feb. 22. 

Chapin & Neal. (See Alden, Reginald J., assignor.) 

Chaplin, Henry P., et al., executors. (See Cone, Frank L.) 

Chaplin, Herschel, assignor of one-fourth to S. A. Phillips 
and fifteen per cent to R. E. Davis, Morgantown, W. Va 
Connector plug. 2,108,916 ; Feb. 22. 

Chapman, Arthur W., London, England. Physical exer- 
ciser. 2,106,994; Feb. 1. 

Chapman, Bert, Endicott, assignor to International Busi- 
ness Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Second- 
ary cloclc. 2,131,915 ; Oct. 4. 

Chapman, Everett, Coatesville, Pa. Bridge construction. 
2,103,022 ; Jan. 4. 

Chapman, Frank D., Berlin, Wis. Liquid heat treatin-^ 
system. 2,1 1 2,690 : Mar. 29. 

Chapman, Frank D., Berlin, Wis. Hydraulic corn silker. 
2,119,006 ; May 31. 

Chapman, Frank D., Berlin, Wis. Pulping and conveving 
system. 2,137,388 ; Nov. 22. 

Chapman, Frank D., Berlin, Wis. Receptacle filling ma- 
chine. 2,137,389 ; Nov. 22. 

Chapman, Pearson, deceased, Washington, D. C, Ameri- 
can Security and Trust Company, executor. Penholder 
2,114,372 ; Apr. 19. 

Chapman Valve Mfg. Co., The. (See Malcolm, Vincent 
T., assignor.) 

Chapman, Verni J., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electrode holder. 2.128,799 ; 
Aug. 30. 

Chapoton, Hamilton J., Utica, Mich. Hinge. 2,118,163 ; 
May 24. 

Chapoton, Hamilton J., Utica, Mich. Hinge. 2,127,156 ; 
Aug. 16. 

Chappell, Edward M., assignor to Bally Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Vibrator and holder therefor. 
2,118.699 ; May 24. 

Chappell, Eugene L., Pittsburgh, Pa. Making a lined 
container. 2,106,828: Feb. 1. 

Chappell, James F., Mineola, Tex. Drilling apparatus. 
2,120.240; June 14. 

Chappell, Ralph R., Richmond, Va., and D. McCorraack, 
Lutherville, and R. J. Streb, Baltimore, Md., assignors 
to Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. 
Means for controlling conditions or operations. 
2,106,083 ; Jan. 18. 

Chappell, Ralph K., Richmond, Va., and R. B. Colt, 
Baltimore, Md., assignors to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion, South Bend, Ind. Reversing mechanism. 
2,116,142; May 3, 

Chappell, Ralph R., Richmond, Va., and R. B. Colt, 
Baltimore, Md., assignors to Bendix Aviation Corpo- 
ration, South Bend, Ind. Float type rain gauge. 
2, 118. 4.59; May 24. 

Chappell, TJalph R., Richmond, Va., and D. McCormack, 
and R. B. Colt, Biiltimore, Md., assignors to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Air condition- 
ing system. 2,135,101 ; Nov. 1. 

Ch.ippell, Italpli R., l{i<'liinoii(l, aiul It. B. Colt. Haltlmore, 
Md., assignors to lieiuli.v Aviation Corpor.ii ion, .South 
Bend, Ind. Shaft speed iiMli<>nlor. 2,137.1i:! ; Nov. 22. 

("liar, Yew. Honolulu, Hawaii. Exploding dart 
2.1 19,.''>24 ; June 7. 

("harch, William II.. BuIImIo, N. Y., M. M. Bnilmkor. and 
l'\ M. Meigs, assignors. Iiy mesne asslgiuiu-nls, to E. I. 
(In Pont (le Nemours iV: Coinpany, Wilmington, lid 
Molsluii'pidof article. Ke. 2(),,S-1.''> ; Sepl. (i. 

(•h.iich. Williiiin II.. MuITjiIo. N. Y.. and I). 11. Mnney, 
old lliclior.v. 'rciin., iissigiiors, hv ini'sne iissli;iinients[ 
lo 10. I (111 roiil dc Nemours & ('"oinpaiiv, Wllinlngton,' 
Del. 'rrciitiiKMit i\( ci'IIuIiinIc miilerlalH and products 
resulting tliercrrom. 2.12.S,221); .■Vug. :\0. 

("li.irch. Wlllliiiii II.. liiilViilo. N. Y., mill I). I!. Miiney, 
Old Illcliory, Ti'mi.. nsslgnors lo V.. I. iln Poul di- 
Ni'MionrH ill Coiiipmiv. Wilmington. I>.>1. I,mnlHMted 
Htruclnre nnil preparing same. 2.12.S.(t.1,% ; .Ann. .10. 

CliiirlK (^orpornllnii. tSi'i' Leonard, .ToNcpli. iiNxIgnnr.) 

CliMrli'K, Curl I... Wliini'il;ii, 111.. n.Hslciior lo Omh Tool 
I'lili'iilH ("orponillon. Iiiterniil roniliiiHllon ihmiminhIvi' 
hiiMi r. 2,12(i.013; July 2(1. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1938 



Charley, Walter G., Brighton, Victoria, Australia, as- 
signor to Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Harvester-thresher. 2,123,879 ; 
July 19. 

Charley, Walter G., Wauwatosa, assignor to Allis- 
Chalmers Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Vacuum control for internal combustion engines. 
2,134,6.58; Oct. 25. 

Chariot, Jean. (See Carman, A. and Chariot.) 

Charlson, Karl H., Detroit, Mich. Building construc- 
tion. 2,110,390 ; Mar. 8. 

Charlston, Gustave A., Portland, Oreg. Safety guard 
for glass coffee makers. 2,135,102 ; Nov. 1. 

Charlton, Edgar A., assignor to International Paper Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Process and apparatus for 
the manufacture of paper. 2,124,028 ; July 19. 

Charlton, George, Battle Creek, Mich., assignor to Eaton 
Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Ferrous 
alloy. 2,111,278; Mar. 15. 

Charlton, George, Battle Creek, Mich., assignor to Eaton 
Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Valve. 
2,119,042 ; May 31. 

Chailioii, Kicliaid C, Philadelphia, assignor to Henry 
Disston & Sons, Incorporated, Tacony, Pa. Inserted 
tooth saw blade. 2,117,147 ; May 10. 

Charman, Walter M., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Bottom 
ring for hot tops. 2,129,821 ; Sept. 13. 

Charms Company. (See Krout, Kay W.. assignor.) 

Charney, Aaron, Chicago, 111. Glove. 2,136,413 ; Nov. 15. 

Charnley, Walter J., Omaha, Nebr. Grain puffing equip- 
ment. 2,120,964; June 21. 

Charpentier, Jean F. G. M. L., Saint-Cloud, France. 
Aeroplane. 2,123,096 ; July 5. 

Charrier, George M., Oaklyn, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Signal frequency inverter. 
2,110,698 ; Mar. 8. 

Chartener, Victor, Monessen, assignor to Pittsburgh Steel 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Machine for making fabrics. 
2.116.780; May 10. 

Charters, George W., Camas, Wash. Fruit wrap. 
2,114,701 ; Apr. 19. 

Chartier, Louis, Schenectady, N. Y. Door. 2,117,542 ; 
Mav 17. 

Chartier, Raoul E. and R. A., Holyoke, Mass. Charge 
forming device for internal combustion engines. 
2,116,962 ; May 10. 

Chartier, Romeo A. (See Chartier, Raoul E. and R. A.) 

Chase, Arthur A., Southend-on-Sea, assignor to F. T. 
Fogden, WestclifE-on-Sea, England. Silencer for in- 
ternal combustion engines. 2,122,086 ; June 28. 

Chase Bag Company, The. (See Scott, Douglas E., as- 
signor.) 

Chase Brass & Copper Co. (See Crampton, D. K., and 
Mitchell, assignors.) 

Chase Brass & Copper Co. Incorporated. (See Cartwright, 
Eugene M., assignor.) 

Chase Brass & Copper Co. Incorporated. (See Lieberman, 
Sarah, assignor.) 

Chase Brass & Copper Co. Incorporated. (See Shoemaker, 
Richard W., assignor.) 

Chase Companies, The. (See Coe, J. S., and Mulholland, 
assignor.) 

Chase Companies, The. (See Gazey, William J., as- 
signor.) 

Chase Companies, The. (See Reichenbach, Howard F., 
assignor.) 

Chase Companies, The. (See Shoemaker, Richard W., 
assignor.) 

Chase Companies Incorporated, The. (See Shoemaker, 
Richard W., assignor.) 

Chase, Edwin. (See Heppner, G. J., and Chase.) 

Chase, Frederic L., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Motors Corporation. Soldered 
joint. 2,105,405 : Jan. 11. 

Chase, George F., Hammond, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, Dl. Handling tar and asphalt. 
2,110,905; Mar. 15. 

Chase, Harry J. (See Kraut, S. B., and Chase.) 

Chase, Henry H. (See Holmes, C. H., and Chase.) 

Chase, Herbert, assignor t